|A Ronin attacked by mechanical spiders in the woods|
After trying and failing to enjoy the Terraclips terrain, we've fallen back to using area terrain pieces on a Terrainguy map.
The terrain here is an amalgam of pieces from a variety of sources that I've collected over the last decade or so.
|Malifaux terrain: city and outskirts|
The grave stones and piles of skulls are from Michael's craft store during Halloween season. The graveyard was scratch built by Frank. There are railroad trees, cast resin stumps, and strips of cloth for roads. The barrels were store bought pre-painted terrain.
|Colette versus the Freikorps in the streets of Malifaux|
Frank scratch built the board fences for Warhammer Fantasy, and I built the stone walls using Hirst Arts plaster molds.
Overall, I like the way this terrain looks, works, and stores better than Terraclips. I could see adding a few standalone Terraclip buildings to this kind of game board, but I don't think I'll be trying to lay out an entire board of Terraclips terrain again any time soon.
Playing Malifaux reminded us all how much we enjoy the game, and we plan to play again soon. Unfortunately the game seems to be changing faster than we can keep up with, since we don't play regularly. Luckily it's still enjoyable with older models.