Monday Terrain Corner
Well, we knew it was inevitable. The weekend has come to an end and we’re back at the start of the work week. Though, at least for me, this is no ordinary work week. CMON Expo is this upcoming weekend. If you’ll be in the Atlanta area, you should stop by and say, “hi.”
But before we get to that, we still have our regularly-scheduled posts to make. That includes today’s Terrain Corner.
As such, we have: Sci-Fi Scenery Added to TerrainCrate Kickstarter, Large Desert Building Available From Battlefront, Terminus Segments modular mat and District 5 Catwalks Available From Micro Art Studio, Heroic Maps’ St Olfryc’s Priory Bundle Now Available, and Cyber City Game Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.
After demand from the community, two sci-fi sets will be available to add-on as Optional Extras, including a set of suitably futuristic-looking doors and equipment to kit out a space-age facility.
Scenery plays a vital part in any miniature wargame. The Battlefield in a Box range of tabletop-ready scenery is a quick and easy way to create a wargaming table straight out of the box, suitable for any scale miniature troops to fight over.
Four walls and a roof provide the infantryman with protection from small arms fire and shell fragments; making them difficult to winkle out without the aid of some real firepower.
Terminus Segments Communal modular mat, District 5 Catwalk and Catwalk Special are now available at Micro Art Studio online store.
Terminus Segments Communal modular mat is a 48×48 inches battlefield mat – a standard for Infinity – consists of 16 tiles that can be set in a vast number of combinations. Each tile is a 12×12 inch (30x30cm) polyester printout with a anti-slip rubber back. Many possible configurations provide unique experience with every new tile setting. Helps to judge weapon distance, deployment and quadrant control. Compatible with the ITS scenarios. Stores easily and takes up very little space.
The uniqueness of modular mat can be seen on this video (0:00 – 0:45): goo.gl/HSjGRp
District 5 Catwalk and Catwalk Special are made of hdf with acrylic floor windows. Within every set you get ~80-90cm (both sets gives over 150cm!) of catwalks with long, short and curved platforms. A junction platform enables to put them in lots of combinations as they are compatible with each other and may be mixed in lots of combinations. Floor windows give a look on what’s going on below the platforms.
St Olfryc set up the Priory here over 400 years ago, dedicating his life to prayer and helping others. Over time the monastery grew, and the small chapel was rebuilt as a grand church. Pilgrims and travellers alike will always find a warm welcome at St Olfryc’s Priory.
Contents: A 30 x 30 map depicting a medieval monastic complex. The central feature is the large, grand church, with ornate columns and decorative tiles. Clockwise from the church is the Chapter House, where the Brothers meet to discuss issues. The dormitory is next (with it’s own reredorter (toilet). Below that is the refectory where the monks meet for meals. The kitchen that serves it is below, and that attaches to the grander rooms of the Prior. All these buildings surround a central cloister and herb garden.
The Gaming Mat Cyber City 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 futuristic city, where hi-tech streets intersperse with modular buildings.
The Gaming Mat Cyber City offers the possibility of setting battles between armies of miniatures among technological skyscrapers, paved roads and cooling-towers. The mat is a perfect Science-Fiction setting for futuristic game play on a city war-ground, It’s ideal for close-combats and firefights accross hi-tech districts! Are you ready to battle?