Scatter Terrain Review

The lovely guys at SGS have recently released some scatter terrain that has a nod towards the amount of terrain expected for a Guild Ball game BUT also will work nicely with any of the skirmish level games (Malifaux/Warmachine etc.). But first a little background to the Nick and SGS.

Starting as a seller of resin bases, Nick decided to try his hand a terrain (Walls being his first success in this area) which grew in popularity quickly as he introduced more products and this has meant that he has supplied many  different places from the Blog Sponsors at the Outpost to several clubs AND more impressively supplying terrain for Smogcon. So you know Nick certainly has a following for good products. Lets see if his Pitch Terrain kits measure up 🙂

Starter Pitch

First up the Starter Pitch kit coming in at the cheap £10 level. It gives you 5 pieces of area terrain that offer some rough terrain, something that can easily be made into a water piece and a (rock) obstruction.


Now as GB will not need that much terrain in general this at least allows you to shake things up beyond a flat pitch pretty easily, without distracting from the game. As you can see by my lovely assistant Lazrus the pieces are a decent size.


They are also pretty flat despite some nice details. This means that wobbly model syndrome is almost completely avoided.


Rock is big can almost hide a shy auto-repairing robot.

Expansion Pitch

Is a slightly larger amount of resin with 6 peices and most of them being much bigger than the starter set and only slightly more expensive at £15.

What you get is a couple of walls, more rocking outcrop and also some larger prices of area terrain.


As you can see the pieces are much larger and give a bit more variation than the starter kit.


Also the walls are a nice example of the detailing across the kits and it will certainly mean painting is nice and easy!



For the price of the pair of the kits you will be set for all your Guild Ball games for life, unless you want to go down a theme for you table. But as generic terrain goes you can’t go far wrong.

The advantage for me is that I can easily use this in other systems and still have the deseried effect. I dont have too much area terrain so these kits will do the job nicely!

Great pieces of terrain that are tried and tested by a freindly bear 🙂

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