Two tables with green cloths on (and a shelf to hold scenery) and a smaller table for Magic or board games.
.........Ok, so you're asking yourself why this is "Defensive terrain"?
Here, for those who have stuck with me this far, is the answer. This hobby of ours really is great. It's been a huge part of most of my life, but I do get a bit "Defensive" about it sometimes. Often I won't tell people it's my hobby, for example most workmates. From talking to my gaming mates, their approaches range from one telling absolutely nobody outside the club ("brown bag hobby" in his words) to another who openly preps and paints figures over lunchtime at work. Should I put it on my CV in the "other interests" section? At what point is it best to tell someone that you're "courting" about your hobby? Should I take a bag to town big enough to put the "Games Workshop" carrier bag I'm planning on getting in? Do I talk about my space marines to my boss?
Hence I thought I'd do this in homage to the "defensive" side of most gamers, which we know we shouldn't have, but I for one haven't been able to totally shift, even though it gets easier as I get older and worry less about what is "cool".
Ok, turns out finally typing all that hasn't helped me to finally decide if this was a good idea or quite the opposite, so please feel free to score or disqualify as you see fit Curt!