* Many of the Land cards in ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' are pretty impressive.
** In particular Mirrodin's metal fields, Ravnica's city-scapes and Zendikar's impossible rock formations. This is particularly noticeable with the full-card art variants for basic lands.
** Many of the newer land cards from blocks go together with other like-blocked, same colored, lands to make large, overly detailed pieces of art.
** The Invasion basic lands were particularly impressive, with all of the five basic land types having at least one example each of what could be considered the "definitive" Plains/Swamp/whatever.
* A handful of ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh'' TCG Field Spells depict some absolutely gorgeous scenery.
* As does the ''{{TabletopGame/Pokemon}}'' TCG. A ''lot'' of the backgrounds in the card illustrations are gorgeous, especially in the Holon series.
* The setting of ''{{TabletopGame/Mortasheen}}'' has a lot of this for its weird and wonderful locations, which are macabre but not so depressing that they fall into SceneryGorn. For example, there's [[http://scythemantis.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d4fe53y the Corpse Sea]], a crowd of zombies so vast that it actually qualifies as a sea, [[http://scythemantis.deviantart.com/gallery/?offset=48#/d3ll34a the Flesh Forest]], a forest made out of meat due to bio-experiment runoff, and [[http://scythemantis.deviantart.com/art/Mortasheen-the-Smut-274640674 the Smut]], a desert dominated by a sentient bone-collecting fungus.
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