Some of these tables are Da Boyz mainstays, while others are new tables constructed for the GT or by enthusiastic hobbyists. Here are a set of photos showing off some of the terrain. Some of these have working lights and moving parts. As a teaser, here is a table that lights up:
|This table lights up!|
Traditional Da Boyz tables still bear the test of time with LOS blocking terrain and cover.
The towers on this one are actually coffee cans - and it breaks down for transport. The tanks are real Leman Russes - possibly salvaged painting projects?
The Radar array on the left of this table actually spins. Try that for a cinematic element. This table also makes you a cup of coffee - that second feature is pending.
If you look closely you can see a set of 3 Leman Russes on the back of this transport train. A bombing run has ruined some Imperial Guard commanders day.
The tricksy Dark Eldar have rivers of blood across their table - that is probably why they built bridges and platforms. This table is interesting because while it provides a lot of 4+ cover - it is very difficult to totally block LOS on it.
This table mirrors how it looked outside on Sunday after some lake effect snow. If you are not from the Great Lakes Region, that means snow that appears with little to no warning and is terrible for building snow forts, snow men or snow balls.
The roofs on these building actually come off - they are magnetized - which lets units pass in and out of the buildings easily.
|This table won bets table at the event.|
Dinosaur graveyard? This is where Heldrakes, Maulerfiends and Forgefiends go to die. Based on the number of Forgefiends at the event, it appears they went extinct first when the meteor hit.
Crafted by Hyv3mynd, this table showcases his new foam cutter with some very cool crystals.
|View of lake from gaming tables 31 to 35.|
Playing on the middle tables is not such a huge disadvantage when you get to look out over the lake. Earlier in the day there were Hula Dancers - if you do not know if this is a true statement, maybe you should go to Da Boyz next year.