You know, when you get right down to it, my sci-fi battlefield isn't even done yet. Even with the ad boxes and tree planters that I showed you last week, it still needs some vending machines, more vehicles, a solar farm, telecommunications arrays, more planter boxes, and maybe some benches. That's a lot of work to do while simultaneously working on a whole new set of interiors. Starting a whole new terrain set when your last one isn't done would be the work of either a maniac, idiot, or wargamer. Fortunately, I am equal parts each.
It's been long enough that I've delayed upgrading my fantasy figures to God's Own Scale. My last purchase included a bunch of heroes and skeletons. Not many, but enough to build a warband or two. Before they take the field, we're going to need a field. And that fantasy field is my solution to the Big Box Blues: Castle Meatgrinder!
|The ground level of Castle Meatgrinder, Take One.|
The first step always looks a bit rough. To give you an idea
of scale, the rectangles are the size of a standard sheet of paper.