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This may be the very first card stock model set inspired by a Bill Mauldin GI Joe and Willie cartoon. In the cartoon, the pair stand amidst a smoking pile of rubble. Joe says to Willie, "We sure liberated the hell outta this place."

Kartagrad: Dead City represents such a city devastated by combat. Kartagrad is an easy to build set of city ruins intended to be used in just about any setting from pulp through World War II and the modern era to near-future science fiction. The set consists of modular pieces for one, two, and three story ruins, because it's assumed anything bigger was already targeted and collapsed to the smaller sized ruins. With Kartagrad a gamer can populate a tabletop in an afternoon or evening of quick builds. There aren't any fancy props, just broken walls and shattered floors.

Remember, every Finger and Toe model comes with SMOOSH ASSURANCE: if ya'll smoosh your Kartagrad: Dead City ruins, a new set waits your summons from hard drive and printer.



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May 14th, 2011
If you need some ruins and lots of them, then Kartagrad: Dead City is what you need. Great modern building shells that allow you to fill the table with 'modern' buildings that I use for Stalingrad, Chechnya and Sci Fi gaming. Great value for mon [...]
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September 27, 2010
This title was added to our catalog on September 27, 2010.