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ArenaWorks is a simple, flexible and fun way to model a gladiatorial fighting arena. Arenaworks is designed to play your way, from a pickup afternoon session of dice-rolling to the centrepiece of your fully developed campaign. The modular stands will portray many scenarios:
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The Vault is a special archive of our "Print, Build, Play!" products, circa 2002 upward, which utliize systems and standards developed prior to the introduction of TerrainlinX and other systems 2009 onward. Perfectly useable in their original format and an open archive of our continued terrain evolution.
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Dennis O'Brien said:
This was the first WWG product that I ever talked someone else into buying - he wanted a suitable arena for his BloodBowl game, and I was already aware of the set. He was happy enough with the set that I ended up getting one of my own.
While somewhat limited in its functionality it handles that function extremely well - if you need a coliseum,arena, or amphitheater then it can work wonders.
I have used my own set for several fighting pits in Mordheim, an execution circus for Menoth in the Iron Kingdoms, and as part of an assembly hall in conjunction with other sets when I made a college of magic as Christmas gifts a few years ago.
It is also worth mentioning that the set can be used to make a very effective and customizable rack for holding paints and brushes if you paint miniatures. This use has pushed my appreciation of the set from a four all the way up to a five out of five.
Review Posted: June 17, 2009
Alex Hazlett said:
This is a great set. I made a huge rectangular arena for doing 8-player gladiatorial combats at a gaming convention. Though the game didn't get run, the arena got loads of attention, all favorable. I HIGHLY recommend this set. The pieces go together easily (I made mine watching TV) and once clipped together, the arena is a breeze to transport/display.
Review Posted: December 24, 2005