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Spartan Scenics Asteroid Set



 
Our Price: £25.00


Product Code: SGSS19
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There is nothing quite like commanding an entire fleet of imposing spaceships on the tabletop, and so it’s important to ensure your battlefield looks as good as it can for these epic conflicts. Spartan Games helps you achieve just that with this set of high quality resin asteroids. A variety of shapes and sizes are included, all of which can be fielded in floating positions using the flight stands provided. With sixteen asteroids in the box, this is a fantastic value set and a must-have for fans of science-fiction tabletop games.

Contains: 16 asteroids made from high quality resin. All the asteroids can be fielded in floating positions using the 8 flight stands provided. Models unpainted and unassembled.


Average Rating: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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Fantastic set of asteroids. March 18, 2017
Reviewer: Adrian Carter from York, North Yorkshire England  
I'm incredibly pleased with this set of asteroids. For the price I was incredibly pleased with the size of these asteroids and especially the variety in shapes and styles.

They're very well made, with brilliant stands and will fit in perfectly with my models.

Due to the generic nature of these asteroids, they'll fit perfectly with any space based game, mine are intended for use with Halo: Fleet Battles.

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Asteroids July 7, 2016
Reviewer: Stephen Farthing from Bristol, City & County United Kingdom  
I have - actually - done my own asteroids but with an older space-going combat game in mind (One that's now figuratively defunct through another company's ignorance) but these have been well modelled and indeed very well done indeed.

Can I suggest something? What about the building of Moons or Moonlets with Lunar Bases and gunnery stations on their surface? With these asteroidal sets these would most certainly work out very well.

This would be a good investment to have in terms of scenery in space. But you'd need to purchase - at least - 6 boxes to cover an asteroid belt the size of that between Jupiter and Mars.  Hope my suggestion is a good one.

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