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Personal logo J Womack 94 Supporting Member of TMP writes:

I agree that the buildings, though pricey, are good quality and have the advantage that they are ready to go, rather than ready to sit on a shelf for three months (or years) until you get around to painting them up. Honestly, that seems like better value for money to me, since they get used. I have resin buildings I bought four or six or ten years ago that haven't seen a table yet. That's expensive.



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Battlefront Miniatures Sponsoring Member of TMP of Battlefront Miniatures writes:

Brick Factory

New Releases: Battlefield In A Box Terrain

With design features like the saw-tooth roof and bare brick walls, this is a totally typical manufacturing plant or warehouse. It will look at home on battlefields for any period from the Industrial Revolution till today.

Destroyed Brick Factory

New Releases: Battlefield In A Box Terrain

Collateral damage can be inevitable in nearly any large scale conflict, and large buildings like factories can get caught in the crossfire. This destroyed factory won't look out of place on any battlefield, from the Industrial Revolution to present day.

Factory Chimneys

New Releases: Battlefield In A Box Terrain

In a fight, cover can make all the difference, and a chimney is no exception with soldiers making use of anything to give them an edge in a fight. These factory chimneys provide enough cover for a tank or infantry team to hide behind.

Stalingrad Rubble Piles

New Releases: Battlefield In A Box Terrain

In the Battle of Stalingrad, many parts of the city were reduced to ruins, with buildings damaged or even outright destroyed. These piles of rubble provided cover for infantry and could prove difficult for tanks and vehicles to cross.

Destroyed Factory Ground Floor

New Releases: Battlefield In A Box Terrain

War often takes its toll on the buildings, with many reduced to shadows of their former selves. Even a ruin, however, still provide cover for a solider or a hiding spot for an ambush.

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