Ravaged Lands: Pit Dredger Camp
In the tainted wastes of the Eightpoints, a bitter struggle rages for control of varanite – a mysterious substance infused with the liquid power of Chaos. Bubbling seams of this transmutative realmstone are dredged up from the depths within sweltering mines, where desperate workers operate tireless machinery infused with a hungry daemonic intelligence. In these places of infernal industry, warbands devoted to the Ruinous Powers fight to claim hauls of varanite, using the hellish environment itself as a weapon with which to annihilate their rivals and claim victory.
This multipart plastic scenery kit allows you to recreate the claustrophobic industrial hellscape of an Eightpoints mine and fight over the infernal machinery of a looming Varanite Syphon with 11 pieces of modular Warcry terrain, including:
- 1x Varanite Syphon - 1x Wooden Structure - 1x Wooden Gangway - 2x Small Ladders, with glueless assembly offering new ways to climb - 6x Sluices, each with different designs and lengths
These terrain pieces can be gluelessly linked to create a huge variety of configurations, allowing you to adjust your network of Wooden Structures, Gangways, and Sluices to suit your gaming needs. They are also fully compatible with the Ravaged Lands: Pit Dredger Camp, allowing you to build, rearrange, and expand a massive modular mining complex. There's no need to limit yourself to Warcry, either – this terrain can be used in games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar, or any other setting you deem appropriate.
The box also includes a Varanite Delve battlefield mat – a double-sided 22" x 30" folding game board, the perfect size for games of Warcry. One side features the boiling, molten pits of a varanite mine, while the other is an ashen waste suited to the Eightpoints. It also contains two double-sided token boards, for a total of 79 tokens to use for tracking activations, objectives, damage and more in your games of Warcry.
This set is comprised of 76 plastic components. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints. Note that some components are intended to be assembled without glue.