Well, after getting back on my brief holiday over the weekend I got home with renewed vigour and enthusiasm to get my hobby on… and that I have. Sometimes taking a break and total abstinence from hobby is the best thing to renew your interest. So its now 3 down, 7 to go for the Realm of Battle boards. Today I bring you the finished Forge World Realm of Battle Cityscape Concourse Sector. As I’ve mentioned before I want these boards to tell a little story, not just be a disparate bunch of boards with buildings on them. These two boards (I’ve got two if you remember) I see as the administration centres for the Shattered Cathedral.
This first one being the actual administration centre and a records storage depot or perhaps entrance to an underground archive… With this building though I wanted it to be a line of sight blocker. No windows, no damage or anything, just something that will clearly block LoS for 90% of the units that are used in 40k.
So enough with the yackaty yack, lets get to the pictures.
Another possible use for the smaller of the two buildings is use it in a scenario where its an objective and at the end of the game the controlling player gets some sort of deployment or initiative advantage in a game that features Zone Mortalis… nice. Perhaps another purpose is that its an Adeptus Arbites (and friendly local Inquisitor) squad house, the Cathedral precincts local police station.
I made the second floor of the Administration Building and roof of the Archive detachable to make using them in a game easier. As usual (now) below is a gallery of all the work in progress shots of this build that I take along the way. Feel free to have a snoop around to see how I do business.
Thanks for dropping in, I’m really looking forward to the next finished post I’ll be brining you. Its the second Concourse Sector and it features a Chaplaincy and Chaplaincy Accommodation…. I’m really excited about it, it looks amazing and its not even painted yet!
Ok, thats it for me for now