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Battlefront writes:

The Battlefront plastic bases are well-detailed molds with a good variety of urban and rural type options. These vary from cobblestones with rubble, to rural type bases with fences and trees and other points of interest.

You can easily add some extra details to include timber building materials, like planks and debris. These effects can be easily made from plastic card and the rubble can be made from a variety of other standard hobby stuff you have lying around in your hobby lair.

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