Monday Terrain Corner

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.

New Meso-American Items From Acheson Creations

Two new items added to our catalog and on sale through May31.

Aztec Earth Goddess Coatlicue (front and back views), ($15 USD), Unpainted

Mayan Column from Chichen Itza2 ($10USD), Unpainted

20% off until the end of the month and 40% for club members.

Aerineya: Sky Temple Ruins Available From Heroic Maps

The Realm of Aerineya was not always so lofty. Elevated to such heights following a great cataclysm, the place is seldom visited, except by those that are able, and willing, to risk such dangers. The ruins of the Sky Temple are an important site, and may even hold the clue to the tragedy that befell Aerineya.

A printable battlemap compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. Use as a standalone gameboard, or combine with any same-scale tileset.

Contents: A 30 x 30 map depicting the overgrown ruins of a Sky Temple, on a cluster of floating islands high in the sky. A distant land and clouds provide a dangerous backdrop to these islands, which still have the crumbling ruins of a once grand temple. Perfect for visiting if you have an airship, or can fly. Otherwise, not so perfect..

Rooftops of Ditchbury Available From Heroic Maps

A busy and prosperous city, Ditchbury began life as a small trading village near a river. As the city grew and the river became a canal, it attracted wealthy merchants and traders, but with them came criminals and dangerous people. Those who don’t wish to be seen are adept at using the rooftops to get around, avoiding the streets or using them to find their next target.

Rooftops of Ditchbury is a printable battemap compatible with any RPG game. It can be used as a standalone gameboard, or combined with any same-scale tileset.

Rooftops of Ditchbury is a day & night set, comprising of 2 30×30 battlemaps. The city has a variety of buildings, with churches, warehouses and grander residences alongside houses, and the rooftops pose various obstacles and opportunities – from dormer windows and planks for access, to broken tiles, steep rooftops and lose tiles. At night lamplight spills into the streets, but there are still dark alleys. Ideal for chases, espionage, assasinations, heists and other adventures of intrigue!