So, now that I've played a handful of games and just finished painting my first, single Infinity mini with the help of some awesome forum users: https://forum.corvusbelli.com/threads/help-complementary-base-colours-for-yu-jing-nomads.35092/, the next logical step is to dream of building an extravagant board to play on... right? If diving in to Infinity and terrain/table building in the future, what are your experiences and advice on how to go about building something with replayability, good elevation and ease of set-up and storage in mind. (primarily for just at-home play between newbies, but who knows what next). What are the pit-falls and problems you have ran in to on a table-building project? Why did you choose a certain method or style? How much did you plan to spend (and how much did you actually spend)? Should I give up now and be happy with starter box scenery and a stack of VHS tapes on the dining-room table? Bonus: Any recommendations for specific terrain pieces I should build or buy that are 'fundamental' for a good game of Infinity? Several walkways and elevated bits seem like a good idea and I've heard there's no such thing as 'too much scatter'. Spoiler: Probably unnecessary additional text I've seen a lot of amazing tables in the 'inspiration' and 'table layout' threads on here (far beyond my current crafting skills or hobby budget) and most seem to be based on a flat 4' x 4' board or gaming mat with plenty of individual terrain pieces to add the height and variety. I guess this makes for easy storage and means the terrain pieces can be re-used on other tables and moved about for certain objective-based missions that need a certain amount of space. Having played some Mordheim back in the day with borrowed models, dodgy cardboard buildings + a couple of books for elevation, we eventually resorted to making a very basic modular table from multiple 1' or 2' corkboard squares with buildings permanently glued in place, to save us building everything up each time only to have it collapse like a house of cards from a stray elbow or enthusiastic model placement. This worked pretty well for us and I was thinking of going down the 'modular' route for Infinity. Does anyone have experience of building modular boards for infinity? Does it offer any pros/cons over a 'gaming mat + separate scenery' design? Spoiler: My idea for a themed table My (pipe-)dream table would be what I imagine a police-state/Yu-Jing city might be like - mostly a dirty underbelly of run-down industrial / over-populated slums full of propaganda, fear-mongering and Imperial Service check points (the bits the majority of native citizens and 're-educated' masses exist in - low light, lots of dark colours, exposed brickwork, tin shacks, no plants, plenty of street litter and posters), juxtaposed with walled off, pristine, overly ornate, government-owned 'forbidden city' / 'zen garden' / temple type buildings, showing off the glory and wealth of the state-empire ( - the bits that wealthy visitors and foreign diplomats get to see (if they don't mysteriously vanish or undergo "voluntary" re-education, at least) - plenty of light, red + gold accents, varnished wood, statues, trees, no litter). TTcombat and a few other companies seem to have a few Yu-Jing inspired buildings that might fit the bill for the 'glory+wealth' side of things as well as some nice wall sections, although I'm not sure what footprint these would take up on a 4' x 4' table together with the 'industrial dystopia' parts. Having both together may be a bit optimistic.