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  • #395
    ScottWashburn
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    #430
    Morbius
    Morbius
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    Awesome stuff there Scott!

    I will be checking that out 🙂

    Craig

    #431
    Tenchuu
    Tenchuu
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    Hah, love the blue tarp water. Reminds me of New Orleans.

    #542
    Oddball
    Oddball
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    A wide variety of highly detailed terrain at an affordable cost? Scott Washburn, you are my hero! 😀

    #621
    Oddball
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    Hey Scott, I have a quick question. Are your PaperTerrain trench lines compatible with the AQ trenches?

    #622
    ScottWashburn
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    Oddball, They could certainly be used along with or in place of the AQ trenches, but they don’t look the same.

    #623
    Oddball
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    Thanks Scott! I’ll be sure to look into placing an order!

    #1547

    Stealth7
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    Has anyone actually tried the terrain out? It looks good in the pictures, but I wonder about durability if its only paper cardstock.

    Also, I prepped an order for the three US house packs, and shipping was $22, that’s just from Pennsylvania to Ohio.

    #3202
    Morbius
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    Hi Stealth,

    I’ve heard nothing but good stuff about Scott’s products. I can’t comment about shipping – I’m in Australia and don’t know if that is normal for domestic US packages.

    Craig

    #3292

    tsmith
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    I’ve used quite a bit of Scott’s paper terrain. City buildings, ruined buildings and fortress walls. And have found it pretty durable. I have tried other paper buildings before and was not satisfied. But those were printed on regular paper that had to be glued to something to stiffen it. Didn’t like the results. Scott’s are printed on cardstock that makes them stiff enough to not need backing. And for the ruins you wouldn’t want to because the walls are printed on both sides so the interior looks good as well as the exterior.

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