These 10 pieces of resin terrain represent cargo, junk piles, tyres, duck-boards and rafts that have accumlated or been deposited in the sludge. They can be used for scenery in sewers or in muddy fields, as objective markers or for cover. This junk combi-deal saves you 10% off the price of buying the individual items. There are multiple images that describe the items in detail. Also refer to the gallery to see these models in a sewer diorama.
As well as the junk piles and cargo there are two rafts are for scavengers and ‘duck’ boards for keeping feet out of the contaminated/infested water. There are also two models at 40mm rough diameter, which can be used as bases.
"For a while, after the ‘Event’, it was easy to find supplies. Eventhough the State Authorities had mostly collapsed and there was no power, water or gas, many people survived on what was left in the warehouses. Fuel was still available from the Petrol Stations and tinned food was in abundance in the Supermarkets. However, three years on and one civil war later, supplies had run short. Local paramilitary organisations had taken charge of any readily available supplies were left and people outside of these organisations were forced out to the country or to scavenge in less accessible places. The sewers came to be one of these places. Different groups had used them to escape the ‘Event’ and the subsequent public disorder. Supplies had been stockpiled in a random fashion throughout the sewers. Not only supplies of fuel, water and food but other useful items such as tyres, barrels and cargo were all hidden away. The culverts which opened out into waste land or rivers were used as means of access. However, it was easy enough to drop down a manhole.
Scavengers made rafts to help them move through the sewers, which became deep in places. Also, nobody knew what effect the ‘Event’ had had on the sewage. In places it was a black brown where oil drums, which had been stored in the sewers, had leaked. In other places there were fluorescent patches and stains where goodness knows what had leaked from the ‘Laboratory Enterprise Zone’ into the sewers. Rumours of infested water and mutant aqueous creatures abounded. Were these urban myths or real dangers? Either way subterranean communities had developed ‘duck’ board walkways so that they didn’t need to enter the water, or rafts to commute to salvage sites.
Some of the containers were metal, were heavy, and sank to rest on the bottom of the sewers. Their design was curious as if they weren’t from this Earth. Not that the material from which they were made was unusual. It still rusted and it could be damaged. The deep score marks were witness to this. However, they appeared not to have openings and were hermetically sealed. Rumour was that they contained alien artefacts or were themselves alien and had crashed down from the upper atmosphere to earth during the ‘Event’. Either way, it may be best to be in an armed group when opening them."