The hidden enemy

Posted: November 12, 2014 in 15mm, Uncategorized
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I do most of my terrain building in my trusty shed

and this morning on entering I came across a scene

of utter disaster. A rodent of some type had eaten

through three(yes un-freaking believable) 5 ltr plastic

oil holders. One 5ltr bottle of chainsaw lubrication of

a blue colour on a high shelf allowing to drip onto a worktop

and lots of power tools. One 5ltr bottle of red coolant that

then leaked through a wood pile,soaked into an mdf shelf

and caused it to bend and collapse. Also one 5ltr container

of 2 stroke engine oil which leaked into a tool chest.

Anyway after a couple of hours cleaning and cursing

I have prepared the shed and its looks like a scene from

predator where Arnie is waiting for it to get him 🙂

But just in case my prey is not quiet that big I have given

Hauptmann Tom a special mission . Operation Watch on the

mdf worktop.

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Jerry watching Jerry ? 🙂

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Comments
  1. That is a lot of damage for a simple rodent! Hope you’ll recover from this in no time.

    I chuckled at work on the Jerry part, keep your spirits up!

    • 40kterminatus says:

      I knew mice/rats liked electrical cable and polystyrene type stuff but oil ??? Weird thing is the containers were on different sides of the shed so its almost like a gang of them hit the joint lol

  2. novafix says:

    Vermintide looking for Warpstone I reckon.

  3. arkiegamer says:

    How bizarre! I hear mice are pretty tough to take out if you hit them in the front glacis. Looks like you’re lined up for a flank shot though.

  4. 40kterminatus says:

    An update on the war against terror in the shed. TWO nights running the little bleeders have stolen the raisins from the traps and escaped alive. I am obviously dealing with special forces and need to up my game. The only upside is that they haven’t stolen the Jagdpanther 🙂

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