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  1. I propose gathering and discussing all the info on the subject here, as it's a very important one. And, not surprisingly, it crops up everywhere. It saddens me that there are people who can imagine a good game without some landscape. It's one the things that comprise the heart of the hobby, not only playing, for the miniature is only then fully alive when it participates in some diorama,even if a small one. Even if you minis just line up on the shelves or a display board, some scenery around and preferably a scene of some sort make them truly come to life, even more so on the tabletop. It's third stage of the whole process - you paint the figure first, then make some base for it second, and finally send into some action of any sort, also on a battlefield. There is certainly the difference between the bare table or bare shelves and one dotted with terrain, anything you like. After all, even some improvised one is better than nothing, and it's not hard to make good one or buy something suitable for your vision of the hobby. Here are some examples of good scenery what do you all think?
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