This week I am reviewing The Holo Billboard Bench Set made by Battle Kiwi. A New Zealand terrain and accessories company. The piece can be purchased over here. This was just recently released about a month ago and I was very excited to receive mine.
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This week I am reviewing The Club made by Battle Kiwi. A New Zealand terrain and accessories company. The piece can be purchased over here. It has been a few weeks since I’ve done any terrain reviews and that is because I was waiting for the Holo Billboard to come out which I will review next week.
Be careful while using this building Impetuous troops have been known to unexpectedly break out in song and dance.
I picked up some more Battle Kiwi terrain recently. I’m very excited to get these new buildings painted and set up. I picked up the newly released Holo Billboard set and The Club. These are both great set pieces that add so much flavor to a table.
Somehow this little bag of Kiwi goodness made it’s way into my box as well. My kids and family loved them. Special thanks to those awesome guys over at Battle Kiwi for all their hard work making awesome terrain for us to enjoy.
This weeks terrain review is on Antenocitis Workshop’s Eco Pangit Cars. You can fine them here or from other various re-sellers around the globe. These little terrain pieces look great and fit in with any city or town setting that you build for any sci-fi table. I am going to pair these guys with my Battle Kiwi table. You can find my various reviews of battle kiwi terrain on my blog.
The heights of these guys is perfect to allow cover for miniatures of various sizes, but if you are looking for a size that will block more line of sight then these guys are not for you. They will add character and style to a table though. Many tables are just filled with boxes and crates. The addition of cars makes a table feel alive. Next I’ll have to get a large bus to go with the awesome bust stops I have. You can read my review on those here.
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This week I am reviewing both the watch tower and the transport shelter. They can both be found over at the Battle Kiwi Website here. These products are designed and produced over at Battle Kiwi. They are a New Zealand based terrain company. The watch tower is pictured below. Click to read the rest of my review of these two awesome terrain pieces.
At my day job I was recently awarded with a little something. When my boss handed it to me it was in this little gem. All I could think of while he handed it to me was how awesome it looked and how perfect it was for a miniature terrain.
I decided to print out the Battle Kiwi logo to go with the table I’ve built. The design of this piece is pretty simple. It’s held together with magnets on each corner. It is simple to remove the pieces and insert a new add. Which I may do on occasion. I did a quick google search for similar items and I found that it is called a magnetic photo or award frame. I may have to pick up a couple more down the road.
Sorry I’ve been on hiatus for a week. Life has gotten pretty crazy, but I weathered it and am back in action. Expect regular posts starting next week.
I’m back with my next review of terrain purchased over at Battle Kiwi. They are a New Zealand based company and they produce some awesome terrain for both sci-fi or fantasy games. I purchased a bit of their sci-fi stuff and previously reviewed the Alpha City and the Objective Room. This weeks review is of the Comm Tower. You can find the product here.