I need to mention how I make my pavements. You can leave them flat, which is far and away the easiest option. You also have the choice for adding separate pavement pieces to foamboard. In my opinion, I thought that this raised the pavement too far off the ground so I came up with a compromise solution. I have glued my pavements to two strips of mounting card glued back to back. The double height mounting card raises the pavement about 3mm off the ground, as opposed to 5mm with foamboard. Typically, my solution involves the most work as I have to cut out two pieces of mounting card for each pavement section. It is very time consuming but on the plus side, I do like the end result.
One of the best pages of props that Carl has supplied with this set is a page of newspaper covers. I have added a couple of newspapers to the "island" that Vampifan is standing on. These cover two that Carl had added but by raising the pavement I lost a part of them on the side of the pavement. Adding a couple of the spare newspapers neatly solved that little problem.
So, what's my verdict on on these ground tiles? Ever since WWG released their TLX Streets of Legend set, I have wanted a car park for Mayhem City. That was three years ago and since then nothing has happened despite numerous requests from me and others. When Carl announced that he was going to produce his own range of ground tiles a few months ago I asked him to include a car park in the set. He listened and he created the car park and the parking strip, both of which are excellent and which more than fulfil my needs. I thank you, Carl. I noticed that both Colin and Shintokamikaze mentioned that the car park was the first thing that they made from the URE set. I wasn't surprised. Any town or city needs car parks. If you want a car park for your campaign I urge you to look no further.
Also, bear in mind that the car park and the parking strip are just a very small part of the URE set. Next time I'll be reviewing some of the urban tiles from the set. I'll see you then.