Friday Eve. I know I'm ready for the weekend. I know it ws a short week, but for some reason, many of those feel at least as long as a regular week. Sometimes longer. Not entirely sure why that is, but here we are. Anyway, the weekend will be here eventually, and for those expecting some gaming, let's make sure your gaming tables look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Hive City Saint Statue Available from Tabletop Scenics, New Tundra Design From Deep-Cut Studio, New 6x3 foot Terrain Rubber backed Neoprene range from Loke BattleMats, Heroic Maps Releases Storeys: The Moonshine Tavern (Day), Heroic Maps Releases Storeys: The Moonshine Tavern (Night), Brigade Models Releases Small Scale Trains, and Amera Mouldings Releases New Gorge Set for 28mm.
Hello, Thursday. Let's see what you have in store for us today, eh? I know I should have a dice delivery at some point, so that's good. The weekend's almost here. It's a long one and I've got game on Saturday and possibly Sunday, so that's also good. So, while it's been ridiculo-busy at the office, I've got some good stuff to look forward to. In the meantime, let's get your gaming tables looking good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Hive City Angel Statue From Tabletop Scenics, Heroic Maps Releases Docking Bay 36 Map, and SAGA Runestones Available From Brother Vinni.
Just about back to normal, everyone. Well, at least, as "normal" as we get around here. One thing that's nice is that the weekend is almost here. And weekends mean gaming. And gaming often means terrain. So, let's get your terrain game upped with some awesome stuff.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Battle Ball Field : A Fantasy Football Arena Up On Kickstarter, Iron Age Farmstead 28mm Miniature Wargaming Terrain Up On Kickstarter, The 2019 Battlefront Premium Terrain Pre-Order is now open, Rampart: Magnetized Modular Terrain for Tabletop Games Up On Kickstarter, War Sands Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, New Hay Bales Set Available From Tabletop-Art, Heroic Maps - Storeys: The Church of St Pixtus the Martyr Now Available, and Dark Star Station Rubber Battle Mat Available from Loke BattleMats.
And we're back to Friday Eve. I hope all of you are as excited about the weekend as I am. Yesterday, I got 6 new sets of dice from Kraken Dice, and I can't wait to try them out. We've got the next session of our D&D campaign, so that should be fun. But before we get there, we need to finish out the week. So let's do that with our Terrain Corner.
Today we have: Baueda: new 1:48 crashed Kubelwagen Available, Heroic Maps Halloween Sale Happening Now, and Loke BattleMats Autumn Ruins Encounter Mat Now Available.
The week rolls on by, with days going from future to present to past in the blink of an eye... which is fine with me, because it means the weekend's almost here. And weekends (I hope) mean gaming. And gaming means gaming tables. And that means some terrain on those tables. Let's make sure it all looks good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Fantasy Facades by Bannerless Builds Up On Kickstarter, New 2mm Buildings Available From Brigade Models, Highlands Gaming Mat Available From Loke BattleMats, Cyber City Game Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, and Heroic Maps - The Treasure Cave of the Seafolk Now Available.
Happy Friday Eve. I know I'm excited for the upcoming weekend. I've got D&D and hopefully we can finish the adventure arc we're currently on. Just a bard leading a march on a city full of racist slavers. You know, your average faire. When you're out gaming this weekend, I hope your gaming tables look good. Let's help out with that.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Gothic Ruins Map Available From Deep-Cut Studio, Heroic Maps - Storeys: Down The Well Now Available, Urban Ruins Set 1-2 Available From Pwork Wargame, and Miniature Building Authority Running Harbor Town Kickstarter.
I don't know who decided that it'd be a good idea to stop the weekend and have another Monday, but here we are. It's not that I hate what I do. Far from it. But hanging out with friends all day and gaming? That's objectively better. Ah well, the next weekend will be upon us eventually, and it'll be time for gaming once again. And with that gaming, we need to make sure the gaming tables look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Paizo Previews Pathfinder Pawns: Dungeon Decor Pawn Collection and Heroic Maps Releases Aerineya: The Traveller's Roost Tavern.
It's Friday Eve. I know I'm ready for the weekend. And this time around, I'll be a lot further along on the mend after being poisoned by carrots (long story). So I'm ready for Friday night game, and then a rather open Saturday. Not sure what I'll do with it yet. Might just wing it as I go along. But, at the moment, we need to make your gaming tables look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Heroic Maps Releases The Wizard's House, New Adeptus Titanicus Mats From Deep-Cut Studio, and Heroic Maps Releases Caerulenite Mining Facility.
Well, it's the Monday after Gen Con. I'm sure there are quite a lot of bleary-eyed gamers making their way into offices this morning. I know much of the staff is still up in Indy, making their way back home. Safe travels to anyone still out there, and for everyone else, try and make it through, then get some rest. In the meantime, we've got a pair of terrain stories to get to you.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Heroic Maps Releases HeroicQuest Map Pack 1 and West Land: Fantasy Gaming Mat from Pwork Wargames Now Available.
Thursday, and it's one week from the official start of Gen Con. Proceed to panic/celebrate as you see fit according to your level of preparedness. I'm sure there'll be hundreds of tables with some awesome terrain. Let's make your home tables look just as good, ok?
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Heroic Maps Release Marshgate & Chapel of the Unquiet Dead, Brigade Models Releases New 2mm scale Eastern Front Buildings, Deep-Cut Studio release Reef game mat for underwater battles, Acheson Creations Medieval Buildings and Viking Sale Through 31st, and Kokkyo-3 - new scenery from Micro Art Studio.
Ok, so it's Monday, and nobody really likes that. But at least for me, it's going to be a short week at the office. We've got Wednesday off, and then I'm taking off Thursday and Friday for a nice bit of a summer vacation. I'll still throw some posts your way, though. Don't worry about that. Anyway, as it's Monday, let's make sure your gaming tables look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Imperial Assault Map From Fantasy Flight, New Fantasy Terrain Available to Order From Mantic, Heroic Maps - Explorer: Travelling Merchants, and Urban Ruins MDF Terrain Available From Pwork Wargame.
Thursday already? That's not a complaint, mind you. Just a reaction. Seems the week has gone by quick. And while I don't know if there'll specifically be gaming this weekend, I know there'll be authentic Mexican food. And that's got me hyped (possibly even more than gaming! Churros are my kryptonite). In the meantime, though, we still gotta make your gaming tables look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we've got: Shrine of the Lawgiver + Oven Mitt Preorder From Privateer Press, Heroic Maps - Modular Kit: Mossy Dungeon Chambers, Deep-Cut Studio releases game mats for RPGs that you can write on, Darkburg: Fantasy Gaming Mat from Pwork Wargames, and New Technical Platforms - 90 degrees From Tabletop Scenics.
It's Monday. And, to be honest, it was a not-at-all-gaming-related weekend for me. Sometimes you gotta take a break, y'know? For me, that included hanging out at home and watching Lost in Vegas. I came across their YouTube channel early last week and have just been going through their back catalog. I love their Free Thinkers motto. Even things you aren't used to, you should give it a shot. And if you don't like something, you can still express your opinion in a way that doesn't degrade or belittle those that do like it. And you can still see value in things that you might not like. Just awesome, all around. So, if you wanna check 'em out, that's what I was doing when I wasn't doing gaming. But gaming is what we've got here today, and that includes making your gaming table look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Heroic Maps Releases Geomorphs: Basic Cave and LaserCutCard Previews New Containers.
The work week continues along. We've made it to Thursday. We can make it the rest of the way. I've been realizing the last couple days that I have absolutely nothing planned for this weekend. Which, after several that were pretty busy, might be just up my alley. I'm sure I'll fill the time up with something. But what I'm filling your feed up with at the moment is terrain stories.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: High Edgmoor Hall Map Available From Heroic Maps, Acheson Creations 20% Sale on New Adventurer's Corner Product Category, and New Maps Coming From Paizo.
It's Monday, and I'm back at the... oh, wait. I'm not at the office. I'm in my living room, typing these up early and then planning on having a relaxing day. That's rather nice. And, of course, thanks to those that have served in the Military to bring us this day. But, as we honor the men and women of the armed forces, we also need to make sure the terrain for our little armed forces figures look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Meso-American Items From Acheson Creations, Aerineya: Sky Temple Ruins Available From Heroic Maps, and Rooftops of Ditchbury Available From Heroic Maps.
It's Monday. We all knew it was going to happen. Not that we had to like it, of course. That's not to say I'm mad about it being the start of the work week, but when you've had a great weekend, it's always a bit of an, "... aw" to wake up Monday morning with a whole week ahead of you. At least it's a long weekend coming up. So there's that to look forward to. So, as we prep for paperwork, we can also prep for making our gaming tables look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Infinity Terrain Tiles From Modiphius, New Cobblestone Center Map From Warzone40k, Frosty Plain Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, Flak and Coastal Bunkers sets Available From Warlord Games, and Heroic Maps - Geomorphs: Basic Dungeon Expansion Now Available.
As is always the case, we've circled back around and the weekend has given way to the start of the work week. It's going to be a busy one, too. It's CMON Expo this weekend, and, as always, there's still a ton to do (that's just the nature of conventions, as anyone knows). But before we get there, we need to make it through the next couple days, and that includes today's Terrain Corner.
Today we've got: New Mechanicum Signs From Tabletop Scenics and
We're continuing our way along the work week. We've come over the middle of hump-day yesterday and are sliding our way to the weekend. As predicted, my Wednesday did seem to take a while, but as I mentioned, that's hardly anything new. We'll see about making today and tomorrow go by quickly so we can get to Free Comic Book Day, Cinco De Mayo, and gaming! And if we're gonna be gaming, we should make your gaming tables look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Modular Bridges - Riffled From Tabletop Scenics, Fenris Games Running Rubble City Kickstarter, and Heroic Maps - The Giants' Cave Now Available.
Let's try to not focus on the fact that it's Monday and we're back at the office (even if it what we do is pretty awesome and we enjoy it a lot). Instead, let's think back to the weekend we had and all the awesome gaming (at least, I hope you had some awesome gaming. I did, and there's even video proof). Next week's another chance for gaming. And, of course, if there's gaming, there may be gaming mats and terrain. So let's show you some new stuff now and you might be gaming on them next time you play.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Saxon Longship From Sarissa Precision, Heroic Maps Releases Captain Bastide's Pirate Den, New Industrial Terrain MDF Kits From Pwork Wargame, and New Tropical Swamp Mats From Deep-Cut Studio.
And we're already into Thursday. The week continues along, speeding at full pace to that weekend that I know I love so much. Plus, it's game day up at the library. So I've got that going for me. How about you? Any gaming planned this weekend Does it involve terrain? If it does, let's make that terrain table look just a little bit better.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Shipping Container Bridge Available From Mechanical Warhorse, New Grimdark Signs from Tabletop Scenics, Volkano Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, Heroic Maps Releases Fenherrick Monastery & Salt Marsh Maps, and Deep-Cut Studio teams up with Steamforged Games to releases official game mats for Guild Ball.
We knew it was going to happen. The weekend has ended and we're back at the start of the work week. I had an exceedingly productive weekend of cleaning the den (though, for a while, I thought I was going to just sit at a railroad crossing forever, as the train that was on the tracks simply stopped, and there was no real way to turn around). But getting things done was definitely had. And as we start this week, we look forward to next weekend, and the games we'll hopefully play, and the terrain we might be using in those games.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Infinity Terrain From Warsenal, New Viking Buildings From Acheson Creations, Battlefields Normandy Bocage Map Available From Heroic Maps, and Big Book of Battle Mats Now Available.
As I was expecting, Wednesday took its dear, sweet time. I remember looking at the clock after having done some proofing of a couple articles and working on some product sheets and going, "wait... it's only 10:30am? How!?!" Ah well, it did eventually end, and it included going to that Brazilian place I've mentioned before (Picanha forever!). So that brings us to Thursday, and with it being Thursday, we need to make your gaming tables look better.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Tree Trunks Available From Terrain Factory, Castle of the Holy Sands Available From Heroic Maps, The Lodestone Modular Magnetic Wargaming Tabletop Building Terrain Up On Kickstarter, New Reinforced Walls Available From Tabletop Scenics, and Darkburg Map Available From Pwork Wargame.
It's Monday. I hope your weekend was well spent. Here's how I spent much of my weekend. Yes, there are plenty of mistakes that you can see even in that wide show. It's been about 3 years since I painted anything, and before that, I wasn't that great. But hey, they're painted. It's all about making your table look good. And having good terrain will also do that.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Amera Plastics Releases New 28mm styled North African Desert Building, Heroic Maps Celebrating 6 Months of their Patreon Map of the Month Club, and Dust Town Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.
It's President's Day here in the States. That means that many people are off of work. Hey, at least that means clearer roads around here today. I can certainly dig that. But, as it's also a Monday, it means we need to make your gaming tables look as good as possible.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Mos Eisley Back Alleys Skirmish Map for Imperial Assault Now Available; Heroic Maps - Modular Kit: Desert City - Streets, Rooftops & Markets Now Available; Frontier Land Games Releases River Town Map; and Frosty Plain Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.
Happy Cheap Candy Day! Quick! Before the stores swap out everything for Easter stuff, go grab yourself some red-tinted and heart-shaped boxes of goodies for less than you'd usually spend! And with the money you saved on that candy, you can go get yourself some new terrain for your gaming table.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Heroic Maps - Day & Night: The Temple of Love Now Available, Candleholder set and kit Available From Tabletop-Art, and Deadland Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.