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  1. Thanks for your replies. I may go for Welshie13 idea. This skeleton is really cheap and available from many Amazon marketplace sellers. It is rather big but looking at the size of a Krayt dragon on Wookipedia that should work. Thanks and don't hesitate to give me more ideas. I hope your ideas will help other players looking for a nice Tatooine table.
  2. Hello, I'd like to buy some Krayt dragon bones as a decor for my Tatooine board. Do you know where I could find something that would look like a Krayt dragon skeleton? It also shouldn't be too costly. I tried ebay and some other places but found nothing interesting. Thanks in advance for your help.
  3. Hello everybody, Here is a picture of my jungle terrain. I share it with you to give you some ideas for a cheap way of playing. Tell me what you think of it. I made it with only a few aquarium plastic plants. Some of them were cut in small bits and glued to a very fin green carpet. My light brown table makes clearings between the jungle areas. The only element I bought is the Battlefield in a Box sci-fi bunker. I want to make cheap terrains but a beautiful central element is a very nice sight , and it is even pre-painted. I used many small plant bits glued on very small coins in order to push them a little aside when moving the figs during the game. In terms of rule I consider the jungle areas as providing light cover with no move penalty ("sparce jungle areas"), they block the lines of sight only for a unit which is outside the area and can't see behind it (but can see through it). I'm going to make another terrain now set on Tatooine on the same light brown table with rocky areas (with rocks made of pine bark) and I've bought some elements to make a moisture farm : a desert house and walls (2 boxes) again from the Battlefield in a Box series.
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