Now, when you purchase the PDF version of HAVOC on Wargame Vault, you get 2 terrain pieces from Dave Graffam models absolutely free. The Covered Bridge and Watch Tower models are suitable for a wide range of settings, and it ‘just so happens’ that they are perfect for the Dangerous Crossing scenario found in the game.
If you have already purchased the PDF version of HAVOC,then all you have to do is return to Wargame Vault and download the free terrain coupon associated with the updated HAVOC file.
Not familiar with the concept of multi-layered PDFs for the purpose of modeling? I’ll give you the broad strokes. Multi-layered PDF models are all about customization. The Watch Tower is a perfect example of this. It includes multiple surface textures, like both brick and stone walls, roof variants including thatch, slate tiles, and wood shingles, and the ability to add (or remove) balconies. You can even change the number of stories, and all of this can be done with the simple click of your mouse. So, each model is actually like many different models, in one convenient package.
Check out more great paper models and terrain here: Dave Graffam Models
Terrain Tip! Models like the Thatched Cottage, Cropland Ground Tiles, Low Walls, and Dutch Barn work well for the Raid, Pillage, & Raze scenario.
Looking forward to building mine – ‘spose I’d best try and fit in a game of Dangerous Crossing” too!
I agree! You can’t beat the deal, and the terrain is simply spectacular. 😉
And yes, you definitely need to play the Dangerous Crossing scenario. It’s one of my favorites! No matter how many times I play it, the way the games play out is always completely different.