You might not know it, but your cupboards are filled with found terrain objects that can make for great Star Wars: Legion battlefields and Fantasy Flight Games give us a crash course on how to turn your rubbish into gaming landscapes.

The battles of Star Wars™: Legion rage on innumerable worlds, from iconic planets such as Hoth and Scarif to other far flung locations across the galaxy. Wherever your fight takes you, adding terrain can strengthen your games’ narrative, drawing you deeper into the Star Wars galaxy. For The Legion Academy and TheTerrainStudio’s Shawn Morris, inspiration for terrain can be found in everyday household objects. You have that power, too, and today he’ll help you discover how you can create terrain out of things you likely have lying around your home right now!

My friends, terrain is everywhere. It’s the pickle jar in your refrigerator; it’s the packing materials your new vacuum came in; it’s even your leftover cleaning spray bottle. Keep a close eye on the random things around your house and because they’re often a gold mine of terrain-creating supplies! When you know where to look, you can use less than epic objects to create some truly exceptional landscapes. Here are five things to consider as you take stock of what’s already available to you.

From a Certain Point of View: The Empire Strikes Back (Star Wars)
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Jonathan is a tabletop roleplaying game designer working out of Northampton in the UK who got a taste for creating games after designing the missions and writing the dialogue for the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica's official mobile game. His credits include a rulebook and adventures for the RPG of the world-famous Fighting Fantasy line, adventures for Moebius Adventures, Gallant Knight Games and other publications, as well as dozens of articles, essays, reviews and interviews on the tabletop roleplaying hobby. His first full roleplaying game, 'Those Dark Places', is published by Osprey Games in November 2020.