Salvage Cart – Disgruntled Wargamer

Salvage Cart

For the video, click here: Youtube Link

It only took two weeks to get this project edited and posted to the you-tubes.

Parts Listing

  • Wooden Stirrer Sticks (1/4 inch wide)
  • Wooden cocktail sticks
  • Wooden dowel (about 8 inches long, 3/8″ diameter)
  • Cloth (bedsheet)
  • Wood glue
  • Super Glue
  • White Glue
  • Primer (black)
  • Paints (brown, tan/beige, ochre, blue, red, white)
  • Warjack legs
  • Foam
  • Hemp string for bead jewelry
  • Wire (paperclip will do)
  • Loli-pop stick
  • Wheels (pre-made, or cut from MDF)

Tool Listing

  • Diagonal wire cutters
  • Backsaw
  • Scissors
  • Needle nose pliers
  • Drill & assorted bits
  • Paint brush
  • Hobby knife

Warmachine Game Rules

The main cart is an obstruction that blocks Line of Site (LOS) to small based models. The main cart provides cover, as obstructions do. The handles/yoke don’t provide cover, or block LOS, but they are obstacles. I don’t encourage placing models on the cart, but it is possible to in the Mk4 (beta) game. It is large enough for a model to stand on, but the cart is prone to tipping, and may be unstable. “Models with Flight can move onto obstructions large enough to accommodate their bases.” I suppose, if one wanted, they could use this to gain an elevation advantage. If I meant for it to be climbed upon, I would glue it to a plate. However, I wanted to be able to insert this into any table, so it is a free-standing terrain element.