"Know No Fear" - new paper terrain from Games Workshop and how to fix it tutorial

2017-07-20 Khaiell

After many years here comes a new card terrain set for Warhammer 40k Cityfight/Sector Imperialis setting. It's extremely wobbly but can be fixed and I show you how.

"Know No Fear" and other paper terrain from Games Workshop

The "Know No Fear" starter box is a great way to launch a new player on the adventure of the wargaming hobby. It contains some really nice models (coloured plastic!) and the box itself is meant to be used as a terrain piece. Note that the miniatures on the picture below are from different sets:

"Know No Fear" paper terrain from Games Workshop
"Know No Fear" paper terrain from Games Workshop

The problem is that the box is a standard, thin, card stock box. When you handle it it bends and caves-in. You can also clearly see the folded, standard, card box edges.

Fortunately it can be easily fixed by stripping it from all extra card stock and using it just as a wallpaper for a proper carboard box. This time the miniatures are a selection from the set:

Fixing the "Know No Fear" card bunker
Fixing the "Know No Fear" card bunker

You can watch it in detail on my video tutorial:

Have fun!

See the pictures as separate pages: "Know No Fear" and other paper terrain from Games Workshop

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