Monday Terrain Corner
And we’ve once more made it back to Monday.
That’s alright, we still have our memories from the weekend (hopefully. Unless you perhaps partook too much of some form of boozy beverages). And next weekend will be upon us before we realize (I hope, anyway). In the meantime, let’s make sure that when next weekend does roll around, our gaming tables are looking as good as possible.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Bridges Available From Sally 4th, New 10mm Normandy Houses Available From Escenografia Epsilon, and Dark London Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.
New from Sally 4th, a range of very inexpensive and versatile bridges based on the bridges from ‘Wild Geese’ and ‘The Siege at Jadotville’ but suitable for a wide range of settings and even scales. Bridges feature hidden lug and socket joints to prevent pieces drifting apart in use. Extension’s are available to build as many spans as required.
Is available a new epsilon pack. The bag contains two Normandy houses in 10mm. The houses are perfect for first and Second World War sceneries. The prize is only €13 and epsilon send the product painted and Ready2Play.
The Gaming Mat Dark London is a PVC or CLOTH made rollable terrain mat, ideal for wargames, in size 4×4’ (122x122cm) / 3×3′ (92x92cm), representing the scenery of a grim city district of the Victorian Age: a perfect setting for steampunk or gothic locations.
The Gaming Mat Dark London offers the possibility of setting battles between armies of miniatures among dark alleys, slippery cobblestone streets and towering buildings. The mat is a perfect fantasy setting for urban-skirmish game play, and also ideal for historical cityfights! Are you ready to battle?