Painted Hills/River/Woodlands Suitable For BattleLore 1st Edition Days Of Wonder

Painted Hills/River/Woodlands Suitable For BattleLore 1st Edition Days Of Wonder
Painted Hills/River/Woodlands Suitable For BattleLore 1st Edition Days Of Wonder
Painted Hills/River/Woodlands Suitable For BattleLore 1st Edition Days Of Wonder
Painted Hills/River/Woodlands Suitable For BattleLore 1st Edition Days Of Wonder
Painted Hills/River/Woodlands Suitable For BattleLore 1st Edition Days Of Wonder
Painted Hills/River/Woodlands Suitable For BattleLore 1st Edition Days Of Wonder
Painted Hills/River/Woodlands Suitable For BattleLore 1st Edition Days Of Wonder
Painted Hills/River/Woodlands Suitable For BattleLore 1st Edition Days Of Wonder
Painted Hills/River/Woodlands Suitable For BattleLore 1st Edition Days Of Wonder
Painted Hills/River/Woodlands Suitable For BattleLore 1st Edition Days Of Wonder
Painted Hills/River/Woodlands Suitable For BattleLore 1st Edition Days Of Wonder
Painted Hills/River/Woodlands Suitable For BattleLore 1st Edition Days Of Wonder

Painted Hills/River/Woodlands Suitable For BattleLore 1st Edition Days Of Wonder
I think you get the general idea. This should be everything you need, for all the scenarios in The Adventures Booklet Core Book. I looked at the scenario book from the (Days of Wonder) BattleLore 1st Edition Core Game and it appears everything you need for all the scenarios is what I've created. (but you've got to have paid the asking price first). (I may be daft, but I ain't that daft). Painted Scenery Suitable For BattleLore 1st Edition the hexes are approximately 52/53 mm flat edge to flat edge (60mm angle to angle). (Just a quick thought, my music choices are normally a little more uptempo, do not read anything into this music choice, no matter what you've heard we ain't friends, certainly not that sort of friend). Fully painted Scenery, and loads of trees on 52mm Hexes suitable for games that use 52/53mm hexes. It appears they actually use 53.5mm hexes but so what I've got a bag of Cadburys Curly Wurly Squirlies to eat, so alls well that ends well.

Why does the Apple spelling AI give me every suitably, suitability, suits, suitcases word other than suitable for Memoir 44, as long as the hexes are 53mm these hexagon sections should fit the game board. Painted hexes 44 in total. 2x Palisades/Ramparts (sharp bits of wood). 1x Smarties Tube Ruined Tower (no smarties included). 15x Hills (hills with grass and small stones).

13x River Hexes (2 Y sections 6 straight 5 curves). I have created fords on some river sections by using the 2mm grass tufts as river weeds/foliage. So far they all appear too wide to fit the hexes.

44 scenery hexes in total. If you would prefer Lollipop fruit/blossom trees instead of the pine trees let me know I can replace the pine trees with my spare orchards, but be aware they are smaller than the pine trees. I've used Vallejo Model Colors to paint the Rivers. I used Dark Blue 70930 as the base coat. Then Sky Blue 70961 and White 70951 as the highlight and I've found a neat trick to use with PVA glue. Put it on a surface with absolutely no care in the world and then let it dry, it drys clear and shiny and leaves a slight raised area to the water surfaces.

Thank you Model Railway Engineer, you sir are a proper gent for sharing your tips. For the Hills and Woodlands surfaces I've used, Javis Countryside Scenics no1 Light Green Fine Turf, to create a darker grassy texture and then placed tiny white stones on the Hills (may actually be bird grit)(no bird spit included). (it's actually Javis Ballasts).

The rivers have had a lighter green flock added, I'm unsure of the origin, it's either Games Workshop flock or War World Scenics flock. I've also used GamersGrass tufts to add a bit of grassy texture. GamersGrass Highland Set wild GGSET-HL. GamersGrass Marshland Set wild GGSET-ML. GamersGrass Yellow Flowers wild GGS-YE. GamersGrass Dry Tuft 6mm GG6-DTs. GamersGrass Dark Moss 2mm GG2-DM. I would be seriously lost without these little bits of grass, they make flat surfaces look alive. All of the hexes have been sealed with lacquer and the trees can all be removed for storage. The woodland hexes are the hexes I normally use for Memoir 44 scenery, the Pine trees fit loosely in the pre drilled holes so either glue them in place or use a tiny amount of white tack to hold them in place but beware the white tack may stick to the board surface. Vcebill created the Memoir 44 hexes for me as well. Everything is painted to a good gaming standard. Any questions please contact my customer care service department, hours of operation are below. If you've got this far go get yourself a cuppa your a better human than I can ever be, oh yea before I forget. If it's your birthday Happy Birthday, and if it's not Merry Easter. Answer:- I honestly don't know. You paid 5k for an electric bicycle that you used once and now use as a clothes horse, you paid 29k for a car that has more dents in it than a 1950's Tin Shed, and you paid 12k to go on an Dream American holiday with a woman you now despise. Who knows why people do mad stuff. This item is in the category "Toys & Games\Games\Board & Traditional Games\Modern Manufacture". The seller is "snowman82003150" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Painted Hills/River/Woodlands Suitable For BattleLore 1st Edition Days Of Wonder