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Friday Eve. I hope you're getting good and prepped for the weekend. Hopefully lots of gaming on the horizon. And, of course, where there's gaming, there's gaming tables. And where there's gaming tables, there's hopefully good-looking gaming tables. Let's help out with that.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: WizKids Announces New Line of RPG Miniatures for Player Environments, Fantasy Art Pack: Merchants & Royalty Up On Kickstarter, Aztec Terrain Up On Kickstarter, and RPG Dungeon Dice & Cards Up On Kickstarter.

We're halfway there, everyone. The work-week is half-done and it's getting ever-closer to the weekend. Of course, I'm excited for that. I'm hoping to get in some gaming up at the LGS. Trying to get a whole group together for some Guild Ball. Also starting to make Thanksgiving plans, because that's a thing I do. Speaking of bite-sized goodies, let's dig into our regular fare of bite-sized gaming stories.

Today on the platter we have: Dragon Bagons Dice Bags Up On Kickstarter, Sylvan Gamer's Box Up On Kickstarter, Orc Chirurgeon on bike Available From Kromlech, RBJ Games Running Skeletons Kickstarter, New Ancestral Ruins Bases Available From Tabletop-Art, Magic Item Card Catalog: 5e Fantasy Reference Cards Up On Kickstarter, and WWII German Gebirgsjaeger Available from Askari Miniatures.

Inkwell Ideas has revised their DungeonMorph Dice Explorer sets and now has them available to order over in their webshop. Go check 'em out.



From the website:

Now in 2014, these dice are being recreated with higher production values: there are fewer stray marks, the dice are more true and the map areas of solid rock are a prettier rock pattern instead of simple slanted lines.

The explorer sets are now available through the Inkwell Ideas web store. The Adventurer and Spellunker sets will be available in early October. The discount code "OffsetShipping" will give US addresses free shipping, while international shipping will be reduced by $6.

The DungeonMorph Dice Explorer Set includes 30 designs related to kill zones (traps), learned areas (libraries, mage's sanctums, etc.), prisons, tombs and unusual dungeon areas. While each die features designs with one of these concepts in mind, each die also includes a couple of fairly generic sides for general use. Even the designs with a specific purpose can be reused by making a small change such as switching a portcullis to regular doors.