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I was wondering if anyone had any ideas for good grassland terrain pieces that i could make.

I know a number of good sites for reference, but im asking you guys now.

Thats all. :p
 

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Tiny cliffs always look good, on a table or in real life - a (size 2-3) hill with a cliff on one side, only about 2" high and about 4-6" long, especially if it's curved like a cresent into the hill, maybe a bit like a very small quarry.

God I hope you can visualise that. It looks good in my head, honest. (Actually, if you know what the Hobbit holes in the Scouring of the Shire book look like, a bit like that. But a cliff, not a door.)

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Ponds and rivers are good for grassland tables, too. Assorted patches of woods look good, and if you hit a store that sells supplies for model trains, you can get some impressive looking tall grass growing in patches around the table, which makes very good Level 1 terrain, IMO.
 
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