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Monster Scenery Terrain Review – Bridges & Barricades

In this Monster Scenery Terrain Review, I take a look at the Bridges & Barricades Set by Monster Fight Club. Of the pieces of terrain that they sent me for review, this one is one that I highly anticipated. This kit packs in a lot of versatility.

The Parts of Monster Fight Club's Bridges and Barricades
A look at all the components in the boxed set.

It actually comes as a number of component pieces that you can use to build your own set of bridges or barricades. Later in in this review, you will see how you can even combine this terrain set with the other Monster Scenery to create even more involved tabletop setups.

Now, let’s get into it.

Disclaimer: Monster Fight Club sent me this terrain piece for review. While I accept review products, I am in no other way compensated for my posts and reserve the right to give positive and negative reviews.

For those who prefer to watch reviews instead of read them, I have a Video Review on YouTube and I also embedded it at the end of this article.

Opening the Box

One thing (among many) that Monster Fight Club gets right is packaging. Their product just looks extremely visually appealing on the shelf. Check this box out.

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The front of the box presents a very appealing representation of the product. Yes, you can make that set up with what is in the box.
Back of the Monster Scenery Bridges & Barricades
The back of the box shows all of the components in the Bridges & Barricades boxed set.
What's in the box - Bridges & Barricades
Opening up the box, you find a product all wrapped up in plastic for some extra protection.

Next, let’s take a closer look at what we can build with this product.

Building with the Components in the Box

In the box there are a lot of pieces. I found assembling them together extremely intuitive. The stairs and platforms can go anywhere and then the bridges just fit over top. You can see the bottom design of the bridge in the picture below.

A look at the design of the Monster Scenery bridge. These things just fit together easily.

Using only the kit, I made the following setups to experiment around.

Monster Scenery Terrain Review - Bridges & Barricades
I made a tall bridge and placed a 32mm Reaper Miniature on top of it. There were plenty of bridge pieces left over after this setup.
Monster Scenery Terrain Review - Bridges and Barricades
I then used all of the pieces to create the setup above. The left over bridge parts I used as panels (or barricades) on the top left of the image.
Pre-painted docks for Blood & Plunder
Thinking of Blood & Plunder, I used this Bridge & Barricade set to construct a simple docking system.

Monster Fight Club built these kits so that they work well on their own, and so that they also integrate into their other terrain products too.

Combining the Monster Scenery Rock Hills with the Bridges & Barricades Set

Because Monster Fight Club built the Bridges and Barricades terrain set to work with their other terrain products, I gave it a try. It works great! Here I combined the Bridges and Barricades set with the Rock Hills set.

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The two terrain kits work together well. In this setup, I used some of the bridges as barricades.
Monster Scenery Terrain Review - Bridges & Barricades and Rock Hills
From another angle.
Using two different sets of Monster Fight Club Terrain together.
And a top down look.
Bridges and Barricades terrain in use with Rock Hills
The lighting is not as good from this vantage point, but here is the set up from the other side.

Working with this kit was a lot of fun. The sets integrate together really well. Now, let’s take a look at a few scale comparison images.

Monster Scenery Terrain Review – Scale Comparison

So for this review, I took pictures of the terrain with 28mm Frostgrave and Bolt Action miniatures. I took a picture of a “Sigmarine” alongside the terrain too.

Monster Scenery Terrain Review - using the terrain with Bolt Action by Warlord Games.
Some Bolt Action figures on the terrain. You can see that you can actually use the stairs with the standard Bolt Action bases. This also works with the Frostgrave minis as their bases are the same size.
Monster Scenery Terrain Review - Scale Comparison of Bolt Action to Monster Fight Club Terrain
The Bolt Action minis from further back.
Scale Comparison - Monster Scenery terrain to Frostgrave
And here I have Frostgrave figures on the Monster Scenery.
Scale Comparison - Monster Scenery to Games Workshop Age of Sigmar
Finally, I placed an Age of Sigmar miniature in front of the terrain for scale comparison purposes.

My Thoughts on the Product

This product is ready to go right out of the box. No painting required, and it is so simple to use. The pieces feel extremely durable and they even work together well with the other Monster Scenery terrain kits on the market.

If you have the budget and like the style, I recommend this product.

The YouTube Review

Below is my video review of this terrain set. It has a few more pictures than this article and I narrate the whole show to you. Please give it a watch too. If you like it, don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel.

My Monster Scenery Terrain Review on YouTube of the Bridges & Barricades boxed set.

Wrapping it up…

Overall, the terrain by Monster Fight Club is good to go right out of the box and is of high quality. I highly recommend the product so long as it fits your budget and your aesthetics.

Thank you for joining me in this Monster Scenery Terrain Review. If you want more, I have a whole section on this website dedicated to Monster Fight Club.

Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!

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