Possible B5 Terrain

TheAuldGrump

Mongoose
World Works Games is getting ready to come out with a starship model to be printed up on home printers, glued together and used for gaming. I do not much like the ship as a ship, but for sets for corridors, bays, and spaces I think that it will work very well for a B5 RPG campaign.

The second picture on this page: http://www.worldworksgames.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=638&start=192 shows that it would work very well for brown sector at the very least. No inside picture of the docking bay yet, but here is an outside view (3rd picture down): http://www.worldworksgames.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=638&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=160

I would likely set up some generic sets for corridors, ambassadorial suites, etc; and a few for recurring sets like the Zocolo (that one I will admit might be hard). Like the TV show changing the dressing on the corridors etc to make the soundstage serve multiple purposes.

Sorry if this comes across as Spam, but I like having properly themed terrain on the table, and since the TV show itself had a few sets that got reused in different ways this seemed appropriate.

The Auld Grump, who has asked his local gaming store to order the Pocket Guide for B5, having a spare copy of the rules seems like a good idea, between the Pocket Guide and this maybe I can find the motivation to run the story arc that has been floating through my head since The Babylon Project...
 

TheAuldGrump

Mongoose
Hmmm, might work well together. I am more in need of a Nova class for the first portion of the arc, but having deck plans is always good.

Any idea what scale?

The Auld Grump
 
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