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Monster Scenery Terrain Review – Broken Ground

In this post, I review Monster Scenery’s Broken Ground terrain. This terrain by Monster Fight Club comes pre-painted and ready to go right out of the box. It also happens to be a part of my series of reviews showcasing and discussing the Monster Scenery line. For more posts about Monster Fight Club products, be sure to visit their section on Must Contain Minis before you leave the site.

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.

Now, let’s get into it.

Opening the Box

The people at Monster Fight Club sure know how to make a retail box look appealing.

As with all of the Monster Scenery boxes, this one looks good on the shelf.
The back clearly identifies what is in the box and gives some text about the product too.
Upon opening the package, you find the product neatly wrapped in plastic bags for extra protection.

Now, let’s get that product out of the box.

A Closer Look at Monster Scenery’s Broken Ground

Again, this is ready right out of the box. I did nothing extra to these items to get them tabletop ready.

You get two neoprene area markers for broken ground.
Here I tossed on top of the area templates the rock terrain in the box. This is no where near as big as the Rock Hill set, but still some nice pieces of scatter terrain.
These downed trees also come in the set. If you like details, you might want to dry brush these guys up a bit more, but I am going to use them as is.
A look at all of the terrain laid out on the table.

For those wondering, I am picturing this terrain set on a Monster Scenery Double Sided Gaming Mat.

Now, that you have a good idea of what is in the Monster Scenery Broken Ground Boxed Set, I want to share with you some scale comparison images.

Scale Comparison Images for Monster Scenery Broken Ground Terrain

To complete these review, I have a number of scale comparison images of the Monster Scenery Broken Ground Terrain. Here you will see the terrain set along side models by GW, Warlord Games and North Star Military Figures.

An image of a GW “Sigmarine” in front of the terrain.
A Frostgrave miniature by North Star Military Figures with the Monster Scenery terrain in this boxed set.
Some Bolt Action Figures by Warlord Games along side the terrain.

A Few More Images

Because I am having fun with it, here are a few more images of the terrain with the above miniatures.

Frostgrave Minis along side a GW mini and the terrain.
Another look at the terrain from a higher angle.
A whole squad of 5 miniatures taking cover behind a downed tree.

That is some nice terrain and it is ready to go right out of the box.

The Review on YouTube

Here is the YouTube version of the review.

Wrapping it up…

The best part about this Monster Scenery is that it is ready to go right out of the box. On top of that, it looks good and scales well with miniatures sized 28mm to 40mm. At least those scales are what Monster Fight Club Aims to cover with their terrain. Based on my scale comparison images, I would say that they achieved their goal.

Speaking of goals, my objective with this review was to bring this product to your attention and to give you a better idea of what you get should you choose to buy the product. Personally I like them, but I also have to send out a special thank you to Monster Fight Club for sending me this product for review.

I hope that you enjoyed this post and thank you for joining me.

Unit next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!