The US view of the battlefield

 

For the RolePlayingConvention in Köln this summer I put together a big display board to show some of our new Ruined Buildings and some ‚older‘ terrain pieces on one big gaming table. I set up a battle between some Germans defending a small village against a strong US force.

As promised I show you the pictures taken from the view of the advancing US troops.

 

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       NDC_1948           NDC_1946                NDC_1943           NDC_1942

NDC_1926        NDC_1935           NDC_1950                 NDC_1924           NDC_1930

 

In a few days we will start to preview the single ruined buildings and show you many pictures of the different sets.

We are proud to announce the highest detailed model kits in this scale to build the most realistic looking modern ruins on the market.

So please stay tuned.

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German view of the battlefield

 

For the RolePlayingConvention in Köln this summer I put together a big display board to show some of our new Ruined Buildings and some ‚older‘ terrain pieces on one big gaming table.I set up a battle between some Germans defending a small village against a strong US force.

The following items from our ever growing range of highly detailed terrain pieces and accessoires have been used:
4 ruined buildings (to be released in october 2015)
1 sandbag emplacement
2 cobblestone wall sets
4 fence sets (rubble stones)
9 sets of cobblestone streets (1 crossroad, 1 T-Crossroad, 6 streets (2), 1 curves (4), 1 Endings (2)
1 Haywagon1 set of crates (10)
1 set of corn sacks (10)
1 set of barrels (11)

Like many visitors of this show I too took some pictures. This time I want to show you some pictures taken from the view of the small defending Germans.

In a few days I will upload the next 11 pictures from this battlefield – then with the view of the US boys.

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Customer’s Gallery

Customer‘ Gallery

 

This is the start of a small project that we wanted to do for years. And here is the start of our customer’s gallery. If you have pictures of painted Stronghold Terrain pieces you are more than welcome to send them to us (mirco@stronghold-terrain.de)

 

Cobble Stone Streets by Robert

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Superb paintjob by Daniel

Make sure to visit his Facebook Page HMV Workbench

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Here are some pictures from the collection of our good friend Thomas Wanke. Thomas and some more nice guys run a wargaming club in southern Germany. Link to their Website!

Thanks for sharing.

 

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This Doghouse with a remarkable colourling was painted by Gertrui de Wilde

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This cottage was painted by Tobias

Tobias 2 Tobias 1

 

 

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