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Rocks and Water

Hills and water are the fundamental elements of landscape. Hills can be very easy to make and introduce many strategic challenges by blocking lines of sight and/or providing vantage points. Water features need not be complicated but can be very challenging on the table: you can shoot over them, and be shot at, but you can't hide behind them and most of the time you can't get across them either!

 Article  Date 
Alien Terrain
Craig Hardt uses old tennis balls to make alien terrain.
20010100
Canyon / Pass
An ideal spot for an ambush by Niels-Christian Ganderup
20080508
Crags and Scree
by Gary James
19999900
Craters
Craters are simple to make and provide cover as well as making a table look more interesting for relatively little expense.
20070300
Dragon Hill
by Andy Skinner
20000000
Dunes
How to make dunes from thin card.
20051100
Hills
by Gary James
19999900
Hills From Sponge
Easily portable hills.
20051200
Painted Sheet Terrain
A simple and portable covering for your gaming table.
20051200
Ponds
by Gary James
19999900
River Segments
by Gary James and Andrew Nelson
20060500
Rock Faces
A simple method for making cliffs and rock faces.
20060400
Rock Spires
by Gary James
19999900
Rock Spires
by Gary James
19999900
Rocks
by Gary James
19999900
Rocks in a Box
Rocky terrain that has been designed to be stored in a small space.
20061200
Rocky Terrain
Brian O'Leary makes cliffs from Styrofoam.
20051200
Tyranid Reclamation Pool
Wiz shows us how to make a rather gory looking pool.
20071015
Water Features - General Advice20060600
Waterfall
by Trevor Tolhurst
20010100

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