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Battlefield in a Box Battlefield in a Box:
Escarpments
(BB536)
Box contains:
1x Painted Left Escarpment.
1x Painted Right Escarpment.

1x Packet of GF9 Static Grass: Green Grass.
1x Packet of GF9 Static Grass: Meadow Blend.
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Battlefield in a Box: Escarpments (BB536)

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The products shown on the front cover are the Escarpments (BB536), Small Pine Wood (BB510), Large Pine Wood (BB511) and Rivers (BB105).

Battlefield in a Box: Escarpments (BB536)
Representing the Different Types of Escarpment Access
When you place your Escarpment sections on the table leave a 2”/5cm gap between every one or two 12”/30cm section.
  • Flood Damage: Remove the gap between the Escarpment sections.
  • Narrow Cut: Place a marker to indicate rocky ground between the escarpment sections.
  • Native Track: Leave the gap blank between the Escarpment sections.
The Left Escarpment
Battlefield in a Box: Escarpments (BB536)
Battlefield in a Box: Escarpments (BB536)
The Right Escarpment
Battlefield in a Box: Escarpments (BB536)
Battlefield in a Box: Escarpments (BB536)
The Battlefield in a Box range of tabletop-ready scenery is a quick and easy way to create a wargaming table straight out of the box, suitable for any scale miniature troops to fight over.

Sculpted by Jason Buyaki

Escarpments are provided prepainted. Miniatures, scenery, glue and paint not included.
The GF9 Static Grasses Included in the Box
Below: GF9 Static Grass: Green Grass
Below: GF9 Static Grass: Meadow Blend.
Battlefield in a Box: Escarpments (BB536) Battlefield in a Box: Escarpments (BB536)
The Escarpments on the Battlefield
Battlefield in a Box: Escarpments (BB536)


Last Updated On Thursday, October 27, 2016 by Blake at Battlefront