Terrain supplied with the Skirmish Battle sets was by necessity basic and with no frills.But they were also wacky and had a charm of their own. Realistically they were effective and not produced without some thought. Here are the pieces, which can be assembled handed or reversed, or simply mixed up if that's what you really like to do. Heck it's your game too!!

Hengist 13:10, October 30, 2009 (UTC)

The ParabolicaEdit

This was a simple piece of terrain in the form of a rocky outcrop with a parabolic opening, with a compound of cover at it's front.

The Parabolica

The Parabolica

Parabolica Front

The Parabolica (Front View)

Parabolica Rear

The Parabolica (Rear View)

The FissureEdit

This was an even more simple piece of terrain in which one or possibly two figures could take cover in the Rocky fissure.

The Fissure

The Fissure

Fissure Front

The Fissure (Front View)

Fissure Rear

The Fissure (Rear View)

The Rock CoverEdit

The Rock Cover, again was basic and featured a graded height for cover shots

The Rock Cover

Rock Cover

Rock Cover Front

Rock Cover (Front View)

Rock Cover Rear

Rock Cover (Rear View)

The Irenium MineEdit

The Irenium Mine was similar to the Parabolica but without the front cover, just a small motor vent doubled as a stand for the item.

The Irenium Mine

The Irenium Mine

Irenium Mine Front

Irenium Mine (Front View)

Irenium Mine Rear

Irenium Mine (Rear View)

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