There are also Hogwarts and spaceships versions, which I did not get. Interested in that spaceship one, though, and the Hogwarts one might well be compatible:
Mine was pretty battered, but I spent a cheerful hour or two putting together all the little bits in various combinations. I think they go rather well with 28mm figures -- better, in fact, than with the classic-toy-soldier scale figure that comes with it.
Here's what I made:
|Some of the largest pieces, like this one, are made of separate components |
that I can pull apart and stick together in different combinations.
|I'm gonna use these to build the weird scenario-specific terrain pieces in Frostgrave, like the huge tower.|
|The way they hold together doesn't make a huge amount of sense, but whatever.|
So how much terrain did I get for my 50p?
Awwwwwww yeah. I think that might be a frugal-gaming first. OK, it's not as nice as handmade or specialist stuff, but Frostgrave plays best with a load of terrain and also did I mention 50p?
But wait, there's more, because what is frugal gaming about if not value? While browsing in Hobbycraft I saw this bad boy:
It's pretty tall, but I think it might have Malifaux applications?
Lastly, if you've read all this way, I should point out that the latest issue of The Undercroft is out, containing a monster article for Lamentations of the Flame Princess by yours truly. If you like LotFP in particular or weird-horror OSR gaming in general, why not check it out?