Our Warhammer 40K tables span a range of thematic settings, from frozen ice worlds to Necron homeworlds, each table has been crafted to have a distinct feel, while still maintaining a coherent approach in terms of the types of terrain present and total table coverage. Each table contains 6 to 8 pieces of terrain and each piece is built in a modular fashion so the terrain flats can take additional elements like trees, rocks, alien cacti and crystals.
The terrain project for AdeptiCon 2011 involves fleshing out our existing terrain sets, adding some additional elements to terrain flats, repairing any damage suffered and adding some significant line-of-sight blocking features to every Warhammer 40K table.
The crew responsible for this monstrous effort hails out of Springfield, IL. Capital City Games has been leading the terrain charge for almost three straight years now, and they are without question an invaluable part of the AdeptiCon experience. Not only do they volunteer a massive amount of time and effort, they also provide the space needed to take on a project of this size. Eternal gratitude gentleman, eternal gratitude.
Enough with the talk, here are some photos! You can see more images of the terrain effort, as well as photos from our past events, in the AdeptiCon Photo Gallery.