I don't do this very often, but Willie gave me some large thick Polystyrene tiles. One thing we lack is something that looks the part for the 'edge of the world' on our gaming tables. Usually this would take the form of a long ridge line to mark the edge of the battlefield, such as at Hydaspes or maybe Pharsalus, and also for occasional uses in really large games. Until now, this has usually been fudged by cobbling together a load of low hills, nut it doesn't really look right. So, here's the recipe:
Specialist Crafts in the UK, some self-adhesive foam board. These could be used to strengthen the tiles if necessary. The ones at the top left are for two 3' long ridges, the rest are for other sizes of hills. I'm only going to make the two long ones just now.
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