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On both the forums and on Kickstarter Terrain is a constant discussion. Here are a variety of links which may prove helpful. I'll try to update the list when I can to incorporate others links.

Gale Force 9 - GF9 manufactures piles of fantasy/gothic structures that are prepainted and preassembled, they also have those wonderful crystals that SPM has been using.
http://www.flamesofwar.com/gf9online_st ... ryID=13170

Antenociti's Workshop - Antenociti makes wonderful ultra modern or clean Sci-Fi structures and kits.
http://www.antenocitisworkshop.com/warg ... rrain.html
http://www.antenocitisworkshop.com/gove ... enery.html

Ainsty Castings - They have a very wide variety of terrain available (check all the sublinks, they are a beast to navigate)
http://www.ainsty-castings.co.uk/

Armorcast - These guys have been around forever and have lots of neat stuff.
http://www.armorcast.com/store/index.php?cPath=120

Demo's Lasercut Designs - These guys have a variety of lasercut terrain, which can be very nice (though sometimes looks flat, depending on the product)
http://demoslaser-cutdesigns.weebly.com/index.html

Gamecraft Miniatures - Another Lasercut manufacturer, the foamcore 28mm buildings are a bargain if you don't have lots of disposable income.
http://store.gcmshop.com/category/99-28mm.aspx

Hirst Arts - These guys do not produce terrain, they produce silicone molds for making blocks which are then used to make terrain, it is rather labor intensive as casting enough bricks to make stuff can take a really long time.
http://www.hirstarts.com/

World Works Games - These guys sell pdf which you print out and build into things. To be fair, unless you are running a CISS or Laser printer, this route can be just as expensive as normal terrain, ink will ream you.
http://www.worldworksgames.com/store/

Pardulon - Used to be big on fantasy terrain but as of the last year, way more post-Apocalyptic stuff
http://www.pardulon-models.com

Zuzzy - For table mats of varying textures (when ordering need to stay on top of them to make sure you get your order):
http://zuzzy.com

Anarchy Models - More Crystals
http://www.anarchymodels.co.uk/index.ph ... 1&Itemid=1

Miniature Scenery - Check out the Battlegrounds series.
http://www.miniaturescenery.com/

Warmill - A variety of Laser Cut pieces.
http://www.warmill.co.uk/

Advanced Deployment - Some Fairly Inexpensive Laser cut stuff, it'll need a bit of detail work to get it nice though.
http://southpawart.bigcartel.com/category/new

Castle Kits - Precast Hirst Arts
http://stores.castlekits.com/-strse-COM ... gories.bok

Showcase Terrain - Precast Hirst Arts and other stuff (Check the crates)
http://www.showcaseterrain.com/category_s/1856.htm

Microart Studios
http://www.shop.microartstudio.com/desi ... -c-78.html

Back-2-Basix
http://www.back2base-ix.com/index.php?_ ... t&catId=70

Urban Constructs
http://www.wargameterrain.co.uk/

I know there are lots more, but this should get you running.

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September 2nd, 2012, 9:44 pm
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Some additional Terrain links.


Pardulon, used to be big on fantasy terrain but as of the last year, way more post-Apocalyptic stuff
http://www.pardulon-models.com

For table mats of varying textures (when ordering need to stay on top of them to make sure you get your order):
http://zuzzy.com


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Thanks for the links. I was aware of many of these the the Gamecraft one was new to me and very helpful... thank you.


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For even more crystals:
http://www.anarchymodels.co.uk/index.ph ... 1&Itemid=1

Here they have some very easy to assemble sci fi terrain:
http://www.miniaturescenery.com/

The above would go well with both microart and these:
http://www.warmill.co.uk/FoodBooth_9000 ... 87077.aspx


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http://www.shop.microartstudio.com/desi ... -c-78.html
Micro Art Studios Infinity terrain would be nice for Relic Knights too, particularly the Holo Advertisement boards, the Nano-wall gateway and other nice tidbits.

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Here's one I got off the KS for a pricey but really nice whole table layout: CNC Workshop: Battle ground series

These guys have a really cool modular tile system that also might be good: Back 2 Base iX Z: Battle Frame 5000

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Urban Construct also have some useful pieces:

http://www.wargameterrain.co.uk/


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Nice finds everyone thanks a bunch!


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Quantum Gothic: http://www.quantumgothicwars.com/rcstudio/

They have several items that could be used, such as the Force field Pylons, the missile batterys and cannons, all kinds of stuff for your planetary invasion :)


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The Masked Minstrel wrote:
http://www.shop.microartstudio.com/designed-for-infinity-c-78.html
Micro Art Studios Infinity terrain would be nice for Relic Knights too, particularly the Holo Advertisement boards, the Nano-wall gateway and other nice tidbits.


I was *just* thinking that I finally have the excuse to pick these up now. Speed Circuit is go!

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People interested in Hirst Arts, but unwilling (like me) to undertake the casting project should check out these companies (& some browsing will turn up others)

Castle Kits

Showcase Terrain

Castle Kits sells full Hirst Arts projects pre-cast and ready to assemble. Showcase does small scenic parts, crates etc, from Hirst Arts. On both sites be sure to poke around in the fantasy areas as well, there are things in some of them that can easily be repurposed for sci-fi use.

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Nice Thanks for all the links! :D

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Looks like Advanced Deployment has released some stuff

http://southpawart.bigcartel.com/category/new

And this piece right here made me think of the boost tube in every futuristic hoverbike racing game

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This needs to be stickied and lets add in War Mill: http://www.warmill.co.uk/


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Phew, updated :roll:

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lycane wrote:
This needs to be stickied and lets add in War Mill: http://www.warmill.co.uk/


If you want stickies you need to report it for such or send me a pm or call me or email me or smack me over the head or something!

That being said, I agree with Lycane on this one so Sticky it shall become!


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Kickstarter campaign with a sci-fi building in it. Seems like a good deal on laser-cut terrain: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/114 ... f=category


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Renaissance Miniatures just about shipped out all the stuff to their backers from their first KS Medieval Village for 28mm Gamers and will be opening up their webstore soon.

While that set doesn't fit well with the sci-fi setting of Relic Knights. Their new KS they just started today East Asian Village for 28mm Gamers could easily work with RK as you see plenty of modern cities with traditional Asian buildings and districts. Plus the modular design actually makes it fit even more a sorta Chinatown in the future. The best part about them is the buildings come pre-painted and only need assemble (which is rather easy).

I do hope you all at least take a looks as Renaissance Miniatures has shown they have a good plan and wonderful product.

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I'm planning on getting some of the Renaissance Miniatures East Asian buildings for use with the Noh faction. I think it would be cool to have half the board be asian buildings and the other half magic academy/hi-tech city/racktrack, etc.

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