|That's nice. Pleasant even.|
That's the stuff. New roads, fire lanes blockable by traffic, and none that cross the whole table. All we need now is a few flattish terrain pieces to fill in a few gaps. Maybe a skate park or a junk lot. Those sidewalks need some additional cracking, too. It ain't done, but that concrete jungle looks a lot more city-like to my eyes.
In retrospect, it might have been better to build those roads at a more oblique angle. The Infiniti guys swear that it gives you shorter fire lanes from one table edge to the other. I'm not so sure that matter given my play style. Infinity explicitly uses table edges in a way that most of my games don't. For example - in my last Black Ops game, the defending force started in the corners. This should work out just fine.
Meanwhile...it's finally time to go back to Castle Meatgrinder! We'll revisit my fantasy tabletop next time.
* Some of those Infiniti forum dwellers have really got their act together when it comes to building cohesive city boards that are attractive and make sense as urban centers. If you need terrain inspiration, check them out, but be ready to look at the clock and wonder where the last few hours went.