It's that time of year again, and my birthday is coming up - so to help my family decide on what birthday presents to get me, I decided to do an inventory of my MERCS hobby.
With one hundred MERCS models about to be added to my workbench, I don't need any more models to paint, so I thought I'd see if I needed to fill any holes in my terrain collection.
After reviewing my collection, I decided that I don't need any more terrain!
Terrain pieces that only provide half cover.
|Two sets of 4-piece resin crates and barrels from eBay|
|4-piece resin crates from eBay|
|10-piece resin Parking Pylon set from Secret Weapon Miniatures|
|5-piece resin Jersey Barrier set from Secret Weapon Miniatures|
|Four sets of 4-piece MDF Barrier set from Warsenal|
|3-piece resin/acrylic Alien Objectives set from MicroArts Studio|
|3-piece resin/acrylic Console Objectives set from MicroArts Studio|
Terrain pieces that completely block line-of-sight between models
|Four sets of 2-piece Sci-Fi Small Containers from Plastcraft Games|
(propped up on 3 pieces of 3mm MDF for extra height)
|Two sets of 2-piece Shipping Containers from CNC Miniature Scenery|
|3-piece Holo Ad set from MicroArts Studio|
|3-piece Sci-Fi Walls set from CNC Miniature Scenery|
|2 sets of Portable Dice Towers from CNC Miniatures Scenery|
(with Sci-Fi Widgets attached)
|Three sets of 3-piece Q-Buildings sets from Bandua Wargames|
|2-piece Sci-Fi Bridges set from CNC Miniatures Scenery|
|Sync's MERCS Table v2|
|Navajo Outpost Scenery Pack from Corvus Belli|
|Mototronica Scenery Pack from Corvus Belli|
|MERCS v1 Vinyl Maps from Galeforce9 (OOP)|
|Crossfire Map printed on vinyl from the Michigan MERCS|
|Downtown Map printed on vinyl from the Michigan MERCS|