[Warfork 40,000 - Rogue Confrontation]
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The wall sections are cleared of flash...

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as well as the tower levels.

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[Warfork 40,000 - Rogue Confrontation]
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The girders supports were all deflashed, which took forever. The outsides were quickly done, but all the insides... When I was finally done I glued them together. I used Lego blocks and an additional baseplate loosely fitted on top to get them straight.

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The top row are the ones where I cut the pins in half, the lower row are with uncut pins. I am missing one girder, probably still in the big box...

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The support beams were just a matter of minutes to remove the flash.

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I now started with the wall section, which are quite quick compared to the girders, as there are only 4 smooth sides to deflash.

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[Warfork 40,000 - Rogue Confrontation]
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I am quite far with my rules medley "Warfork 40,000 - Rogue Confrontation", a mix of the original Confrontation rules as published in White Dwarf, Stargrunt II (main mechanics), Necromunda (mainly the campaign stuff) and Rogue Trader 40,000. Far enough, that the first play test can happen soon - only over which terrain?

Time to use the plastics from the Maki Games Kickstarter to create parts of Trazior Underhive.

I sorted all the parts and started to remove the flash from the support beams.

Trazior Underhive The whole first batch.

Trazior Underhive The pins fill the complete height of the base plates. I can imagine layouts with walkways on the second story, where I would need to stack two support beam pieces - which would not be possible (see next picture). So I decided to cut the pins down to just below half length. This will lessen their hold, but allow stacking.

Trazior Underhive Top shows the original length pins, which are not stackable; the bottom shows the cut pins which stack nicely.

Trazior Underhive All the work done today. The pile in the lower right is the cut off plastic.