The subtle hum of the open gateway echoes out as light bathes the platform. Crackling pylons fuel the bridge to another dimension. With a soft ‘fwump’ a foot of an unkown entity steps through.
The Interdimensional portal is a medium sized raised area with a portal at its centre. The platform itself splits into four sections and can be used indivdually up against other buildings for more terrain height variation and line of sight blocking.
The Interdimensional Portal is made from 3mm MDF, is easy to put together and looks great on the tabletop. Perfect scenery to use with modern 28-35mm wargames.
Model supplied unpainted and requires assembly. We advise using PVA glue for the best results. Any miniatures are for scale only and not included.
Instructions can be found here to build this amazing INTERDIMENSIONAL PORTAL kit. How to Build
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Pulses of Cyber energy shoot through the myriad of cables running under and within the walls of the relay hub. An important node of data, a bastion of information sending and recieve all hours of the day.
The Cyber Altar is made from 3mm MDF.
It is easy to put together and looks great on the tabletop. Great scenery to use with 40k and other 28-35mm wargames.
Model supplied unpainted and will require assembly. We advise using PVA glue for the best results.
The Cyber Sector is a set of large and small, L-shaped ruined sections, with walkways to connect them. The buildings have been designed in such a way that they can be used together, to make a structure or apart to give two ruined corners. Each building section has at least two available
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