My favorite RPG might just be 1st Edition WFRP, followed by 2nd Edition AD&D. So with that in mind my thoughts have been turning to iconic images from 1st Edition WFRP. And if I don't have enough "irons in the fire" as it were when it comes to Warhammer projects my thoughts have been turning to the next large scale terrain project.
T1 The Village of Hommlet was a classic, seminal module for many and the
Moathouse (meat grinder thought it was/is) stands a indelible image of
AD&D. I think for me it would be fairly easy to do something like
this, but its already been done as it were. And I should add its an excellent model all around so no need to do it again.
So with that in mind, my thoughts have started to coalesce around this, a scale model of Castle Von Wittgenstein from Death on the Reik.
It's certainly an ambitious undertaking at a 25-28mm scale, but after this I think I can pull it off: http://dogsofwaronline.com/forum/sho...22160#pid22160
I don't think anyone has ever done something quite like this in terms of
an old-school module as a terrain piece, that is in WFRP terms.
Now, I do have the module (obviously) but one thing I'd have to decide
early on is which route to go. What do I mean by that? The floor
plan/map is not the same as the art which is to be expected.
NOTE: I've posted this a couple of different places (Chaos Dwarfs Online and the RPG Site) to gauge interest/ideas/feedback.
Right now this is in the idea phase only.