Multiverse Gaming: Gelände Preview
Multiverse Gaming präsentieren ein Gelände Preview von ihrer Forges of Prometheus Range.
It’s been a while since we’ve shown you any upcoming kits here, but as we’re getting closer to releasing the first batch of Forges of Prometheus kits, it’s finally time to start dropping some teasers and previews!
Forges of Prometheus will not only be fully compatible with any other OneUp range (like the gothic ruins from the Ruins of Giliath), but will feature some entirely new options for putting different modules together – and as for the details… well, this pic should give you a pretty good idea of what to expect when the range hits.
And yes, there is plenty of Necromunda/Shadow War fitting terrain out there, including several lines that debuted in the last two months… but let’s say that we’re pretty confident about how this range will look like in comparison
Time to show you a bit more from the upcoming Forges of Prometheus range!
Just as the Ruins of Giliath line that debuted in March, the Forges of Prometheus will make use of the OneUp modular terrain system – rather than a complete structure, each kit contains a bunch of modules (pillars, connecting beams, stairs, floors etc.) that you can use for dozens of different setups and that can be combined with other OneUp kits (including several copies of the same kit) for even cooler setups.
We’ll tell you more about the assembly options soon, but for now you may want to take a closer look at how the connecting beams between the pillars are used – while they are wide enough to provide secure footing for a typical 28-35mm miniature, you can put the floor pieces directly on them to form wider walkways – and if several of said beams are parallel to each other, they can support more and more of larger floor pieces, so you can have some really huge playing surfaces on different heights rather than a simple walkway-platform-walkway setup
Quelle: Multiverse Gaming auf Facebook