Monday Terrain Corner
The weekend is over. It’s back to the office. But, hopefully, you got some gaming in over the past couple days. Me? I played some Guild Ball (Masons beat the Morticians) and then some Dogs of War (my favorite game that CMON makes). I also got to watch a game of On Her Majesty’s Service. They already had 4 for the game, so I was just a spectator, but that game looks pretty cool.
But that’s as may be. Currently, we’re here to make your gaming tables look as good as possible. So, with that in mind…
Today we have: Maki Games Launches Modular Underground Project Kickstarter, Badlands Terrain returning soon to Gale Force Nine, Heroic Maps – Sowthistle Farm, Badlands: Pwork Wargames Gaming Mat Now Available, New From Skull Forge Scenics: Resin Graveyard Entrance, New Terrain and Miniatures at Armorcast, and Terra-City One Dual Carriagway Sections Available From Sally 4th.
The project got funded in less than 12 hours and in 9 days has already smashed 7 stretch goals. The basic pledge which includes all unlocked stretch goal is 105$ and contains 80 different highly detailed hard plastic parts!
The freebies for this pledge include already over 42 parts and the crowdfunding will run for another 3 weeks.
Modular Underground Project is a brand new hard plastic terrain to create 3d dungeons for 25-32mm games. Players will be able to quickly create a dungeon for their RPG sessions.
It also works perfectly for wargamers seeking battle in different settings, since it can be assembled into a traditional dungeon, an intricate set of sewers channels or a combination of both. This product is based on the original sculpts and design of Manorhouse Workshop. However Maki Games upgraded all essential parts for the relaunch of the project on Kickstarter to offer all our customers an improved product. Modular Underground Project is fully owned by Maki Games and all the new themes and parts are an original creation of Maki Games.
The Badlands range of Battlefield in a Box pre-painted terrain will be returning to stores in October. This terrain is perfect for gaming anywhere from the Wild West through to the deserts of Mars!
A 20 x 30 map depicting a medieval farm. The farmhouse is simply furnished, with a raised sleeping area. Across the farmyard is a barn and storeroom, standing beside a simple roofed animal pen. A country lane separates the farm from the fields of crops, some of which have already been harvested
The Game Mat Badlands is a PVC or CLOTH made rollable terrain mat, ideal for wargames, in size 4×6’ (122x183cm), 4×4’ (122x122cm), 3×3’ (92x92cm), 3×6′ (92x183cm), representing the scenery of a bare plain of reddish earth, with the ground cracked by the fury of the elements.
The Wargame Mat Badlands offers the possibility of setting battles between armies of miniatures among large open spaces, dusty pahts and rocks eroded by wind. The mat is a perfect fantasy setting for deploying vast armies, and also ideal for historical game settings or science-fiction fights! Are you ready to battle?
The entrance set is comprised of two large wall sections and two smaller, connecting end posts. The end posts have a recessed column of skulls on each side, and the walls slot into the posts to create seamless joins at the corners and ends. The set also includes four optional wall embellishments. This entrance connects with the other graveyard wall sets from Skull Forge Scenics.
All the kits are designed, sculpted, and cast by Rob Hawkins. His production studio is based in New Jersey and ships worldwide.
Good news everbody! Introducing Dr. Everett Gudneuz to the Robot Townie ranks. Repleat with, thick lab coat and fuzzy slippers.
What lab is complete without a cryochamber? The model is sold in tree stages, the basic chamber – Stage 1, chamber and raised dias – Stage 2 and Stage three includes one dazed Slacker Delivery Boy specially designed with droppy eyes and a slack jaw. A Hirst Arts Licensed product.
Sally 4ths Urban / Sci-Fi Terra-Block Range got a stack of new releases last week to enable raised dual carriage ways to be constructed above the urban sprawl. The new stuff includes 5cm x 10 cm pillar sections with three variations plus spreaders, 10cm x 10 cm pillar sections and spreaders and 200mm x 300mm carriageway sections. Using this system the road sections can be built from 5cm above ground level to any height you like.