Welcome back, everyone. I hope you all had a safe and happy 4th of July, whether you celebrated anything special or not. I had a good time playing D&D and then watching the Great British Baking Show, just as our Founding Fathers would’ve wanted, I’m sure.
Also, my time sense is all screwed up. Yesterday I was off of work and played D&D, but it wasn’t Saturday. And today I’m not at the office, because I took the rest of this week off, but it’s not Sunday, and… yeah, just craziness.
But it is Thursday and that means a Terrain Corner for you!
Today we have: New Abyss Black Game Mat From Deep-Cut Studio, Miniature Building Authority is Celebrating July 4th with a 15% off Store-wide Sale, BIO-CRAFT Supersized Sci-Fi Gaming Terrain or 3D STL Files On Kickstarter, and Brigade Models – New 6mm Sci-Fi Underground Buildings.
Thursday already? That’s not a complaint, mind you. Just a reaction. Seems the week has gone by quick. And while I don’t know if there’ll specifically be gaming this weekend, I know there’ll be authentic Mexican food. And that’s got me hyped (possibly even more than gaming! Churros are my kryptonite). In the meantime, though, we still gotta make your gaming tables look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we’ve got: Shrine of the Lawgiver + Oven Mitt Preorder From Privateer Press, Heroic Maps – Modular Kit: Mossy Dungeon Chambers, Deep-Cut Studio releases game mats for RPGs that you can write on, Darkburg: Fantasy Gaming Mat from Pwork Wargames, and New Technical Platforms – 90 degrees From Tabletop Scenics.
It’s the latter half of the week. Just another few days and we’ll be back to the weekend. As always, I can’t wait. I’ve got D&D coming up Saturday. Our last session was over a month ago, and it was just an introductory one. This’ll be the real “Session 1” where we can actually get into the meat of our campaign. I’m ridiculo-excited about it. But, before we get there, we need to get your gaming tables looking good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Modular Bridges from Tabletop Scenics, New Farmer’s Guild Pitch From Deep-Cut Studio, and Dungeonfog Open Beta Launches.
What is it? Wednesday? Thursday? *looks at the calendar* Oh… Monday.
Must be an after-show Monday. They always feel like much further in the week. Ah well, my time at CMON Expo was pretty awesome. Will be looking forward to next year.
In the meantime, we need to talk about making your gaming tables look good while I go get a bit more caffeine.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Sally 4th 28mm scale Tramp Steamer kit Available For Pre-order, Meso-American Sale At Acheson Creations, and Deep-Cut Studio release official Morticians pitch for Guild Ball.
The week rolls on. We’ve gotten all the way to Thursday. And as you read this, I’m busy helping set up for CMON Expo. Yeah, they did a lot of set-up yesterday, but there’s always more to do. If you’re in Atlanta this weekend, stop on by. I’ll be down by the Media Room, hobnobbing with all the stars. 😀
But, in the meantime, I need to make sure your tables look as good as possible.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Gale Force 9 Previews Galactic Battlezones Terrain Boxes, Papierschnitzel Releases Samurai Village Builder, Deep-Cut Studio Releases Limited-Edition Space Mat, and Laser Terrain Co Modular Painted Terrain Up On Kickstarter.
Let’s try to not focus on the fact that it’s Monday and we’re back at the office (even if it what we do is pretty awesome and we enjoy it a lot). Instead, let’s think back to the weekend we had and all the awesome gaming (at least, I hope you had some awesome gaming. I did, and there’s even video proof). Next week’s another chance for gaming. And, of course, if there’s gaming, there may be gaming mats and terrain. So let’s show you some new stuff now and you might be gaming on them next time you play.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Saxon Longship From Sarissa Precision, Heroic Maps Releases Captain Bastide’s Pirate Den, New Industrial Terrain MDF Kits From Pwork Wargame, and New Tropical Swamp Mats From Deep-Cut Studio.
And we’re already into Thursday. The week continues along, speeding at full pace to that weekend that I know I love so much. Plus, it’s game day up at the library. So I’ve got that going for me. How about you? Any gaming planned this weekend Does it involve terrain? If it does, let’s make that terrain table look just a little bit better.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Shipping Container Bridge Available From Mechanical Warhorse, New Grimdark Signs from Tabletop Scenics, Volkano Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, Heroic Maps Releases Fenherrick Monastery & Salt Marsh Maps, and Deep-Cut Studio teams up with Steamforged Games to releases official game mats for Guild Ball.
The week continues along. As is usual for me, it seems as though Wednesday took an eternity. But now it’s gone and I can continue to just focus on wanting to get to the weekend. D&D will be had. Not sure if this group uses much terrain in their games, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still talk about good-looking tables.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Games06 Creating Game Mats and Magnetic Scenery, New Release for Terra-Block Urban Block / Shopping Mall, Modular Kit: Desert City – Houses Available From Heroic Maps, Ships: The Queen of Swords Available From Heroic Maps, Ships: The Bloody Sunrise Available From Heroic Maps, Forge of the Fire Hammer Available From Heroic Maps, Deep-Cut Studio releases official game mat for Pacific Rim: Extinction by River Horse, and Warzone Studio Releases Saraha Game Mat.
We’ve made it to Friday! Woo! Congratulations, everyone. Good job. Just a bit more and we’ll make it to the weekend. My plans look like they’re going to include trying to paint up my Hunter’s Guild and making Jammie Dodgers. We’ll see how all that goes. But before I get to all that, I need to fill up on some bite-sized gaming stories. And, starting out, Kraken Dice certainly has been busy this morning…
On the platter today we have: Glitter Bomb Dice Sets Available From Kraken Dice, Second Batch of Ethereal Shaman Dice Coming Next Week, Island of Misfit Dice Sets Available Today, New Custom Dice Trays From Deep-Cut Studio, Skirmisher Publishing Releases Heroes & Monsters of the Necropolis: Tokens & Avatars for Virtual Tabletops, Chicharra Hopper Sci-Fi Hopper Up On Kickstarter, Impact! Miniatures Running Chibi Capsule Magical Girls & Monsters Kickstarter, and Baueda Releases 15mm Alan Light Horse Mini.
Man, this weekend just flew by. I always kinda hope the work week does, but not so much the weekend. I like those to stick around for a bit. Well, here’s to hoping that this week goes by quick and then time slows down once more when we get to Saturday. In the meantime, let’s make your gaming tables look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Cosmic Game Mats Available From Deep-Cut Studio, West Land: Fantasy Gaming Mat Available from Pwork Wargames, and Forge Transport Platform Available From Tabletop Scencis.
Well, it’s back to the old grindstone. But we’ll always have the memories of the weekend that just went by. I hope you got some gaming in. I did. I tried out Photosynthesis, as well as taught Guild Ball to a friend. It was a good time had by all. But now the focus is on next weekend, and whatever cool games I’ll be playing then. They might require terrain. And, if they do, I want it to look good. So, without further ado…
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Wild West Exodus Previews New Terrain, Fantasy Flight Games Releases Playmat For Twilight Imperium, New Dunes Planet Space Gaming Mat Available From Deep-Cut Studio, and New Plastic Box Sets Available From Tabletop-Art.
Well, it would seem as though we’re possibly bracing for some ice to hit here in Atlanta. That should make for interesting driving conditions on all these hills we’ve got. But as I worry about driving around today, you only really have to worry about these terrain articles.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Deep-Cut Studio Releases Dungeon Themed Game Mat
Gee. Halfway through the week already? It’s just flying on by. But such is the case, apparently. Man, maybe the whole year will go by this quick.
What? It’s 2145 already? … oh, wait, no it’s not. Damn. I guess we’ll just munch on these bite-sized gaming stories as we wait for 2145 to get here.
Today on the platter we have: Secret Weapon Miniatures Previews New Bases, New Mousepad Dice Trays From Deep-Cut Studio, and New Orc Banner Bearer Available From Kromlech.
It’s not just any Thursday. It’s also the anniversary of my first post on TGN. 6 years ago, I told you about the new plastic Warp Wolf kit coming from Privateer Press. That was 26,284 posts ago. Oh, how times change. What will the future hold? It’s hard to say. But I do have shades.
I also have a couple stories to make sure your gaming table looks better than it did back in 2011.
In the Terrain Corner today we have: Roman Buildings Bundles Available From Warlord Games, Heroic Maps – Storeys: Scrivener Street, New Fence Pieces Available From Acheson Creations, Gunfighter’s Ball Wild West Mat Stretch Goal Added To Kickstarter, and New Underhive game mat release from Deep-Cut Studio.
This week just continues to roll along. There’s now 2 of us in the office with Santa hats on. And we’ve got Burl Ives playing on the radio. It’s a good time had by all.
It’s also getting really cold out. Being proper Atlantans, the mere mention of cold weather, and a tiny prospect for precipitation, has sent people into a panic. But while people hole up in their homes, preparing to be snowed in for centuries (we might get a bit of cold rain), best to make sure whatever gaming tables you’ve got with you look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Concrete Play Mat From Deep-Cut Studio
Thursday, Thursday, Thursday… never could get a handle on Thursdays. I certainly enjoy them, as it means we’re getting close to the weekend, but we’re obviously not quite there yet. So, it’s like, “Woo! Almost-weekend-eve!” Ah well, we’ll get there in time. But before then, we need to make your gaming tables look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Final Days for Kongo Afrika Kickstarter and Deep-Cut Studio launches unique service to make game mats with hexes or grids.
So, I’m back in the office after one of the greatest Thanksgiving breaks I’ve ever had. Thursday I was at my friend’s place. We gamed. We had turkey. We watched football. It was amazing. Friday, I had friends over at my place for Thanksgiving 2: Thank Harder. We games more. We had more turkey. We… didn’t watch football, but we did play Mario Kart… which is nothing like football, but still… And then Saturday I went to a game shop in Alabama to play Guild Ball and put together a Gundam model, then went out for authentic German food. Sunday I rested (I really needed it by then).
It. Was. Amazing.
And today, I’m back in the office, playing hella-catch-up because I basically didn’t touch anything work-related for around 96 hours. 😛
Anyway, lets get your gaming tables looking as good as our dinner tables from a couple days ago.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: DungeonWorks 3D Printed Terrain Up On Kickstarter and New 15mm Scale Meadow Battlefield From Deep-Cut Studio.
It’s Saturday. I’m hanging out in the bear’s den here. LGS has a huge tourney going on, so I’m just gonna hang out here. So it’s me, John Mulaney, and typing up the Review Roundup. Literally Netflix and chill (no innuendo). Everyone needs just some relaxed days occasionally. Anyway, as for the reviews…
Today we have: Deep-Cut Studios Print-O-Mat Service, Monster Lands, Clans of Caledonia, Hoyuk, Renown, AssassinCon, Azul, Charterstone, Great Scott!, Escape from 100 Million B.C., Through the Ages: A New Story of Civilization iOS, Epic Monster Tea Party, Mortals, The Godfather: Corleone’s Empire, and Valley of the Alchemists.
Recently, Deep-Cut Studios started a new program where you can send in a photo and they’ll print a custom game mat for you. They sent out invitations for reviewers to get an early look at the service and give people their thoughts. I was one such reviewer selected, and since I’d been meaning to get a custom mat for a while, I jumped at the opportunity. So, let’s take a look at the custom printing service from Deep-Cut Studios in this TGN Review!
We’re making our way through the work week. The weekend is coming soon. A little more and we’ll make it there. And with the weekend (hopefully) comes gaming. I know my LGS is going to be packed, with 2 different tourneys going on. And you know the tables are going to be looking good. So, let’s get your gaming table looking just as good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Starfleet Deck Tiles Available From Modiphius, Tabletop Scenics Now Open, Custom Mat Printing Now Available From Deep-Cut Studio, and Heroic Maps – Storeys: Hadeshill Abandoned Asylum Now Available.
Come back around, we’ve circled and arrived at Monday again. We knew it was going to happen. I hope you were ready for it. Also, it’s finally OCTOBER! Woo! It’s my favorite month (even though I’m rather “meh” about Halloween). Time to bust out all the pumpkin-based recipes (pie, cheesecake, snickerdoodles, mousse, everything) and go to town. And the cooler temperatures are certainly welcome to a polar bear living in Georgia. But that’s as may be. Right now, it’s time to make sure your gaming tables look as good as possible.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New 10mm Fantasy House Available From Escenografia Epsilon, Lifeless Land Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, and Deep-Cut Studio releases another aerial game mat for WW2 dogfights.
Sure, it’s Thursday, but for some reason, I was thinking it was already going to be Friday at this point. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I know. It’s already a short week, what with having had Monday off. But it still felt like it should already be Friday by now. However, it is not Friday. It is Thursday. That means it’s time to make all your gaming tables look as good as possible.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Outpost Bazaar: Open For Business, Heroic Maps – Spacecraft: Greywing Map Released, Heroic Maps – Spacecraft: Old Scoter Now Available, Star System Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, Roads of War Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, and Deep-Cut Studio Releases Aerial Game Mat For WW2 Themed Dogfights.
And we’re back in the office. Wee!
Ok, so I’m actually exceedingly tired because I got very little sleep last night. So, if you want, you could play “Find the Typos!” here today. There might be more than usual. 😛
But what is just as usual is making sure your gaming tables look as good as possible. For that, we’ve got our Terrain Corner.
In it, today, we haev (is that one on purpose? You may never know) : Deep-Cut Studio releases Gotham game mat, The ‘Roc’ Dropship Up On Kickstarter, The Bumblebee Air Transport Available From Burn In Designs, and Lands of Mars Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.
We’re making our way there, everyone. A 3-day weekend is nearly upon us. Have you gotten your plans set yet? I’m… still feeling mine out a bit. We’ll see how it goes. But I do hope to get in at least one game of Guild Ball tonight after work. I’m going to finally get to use those new Hunter’s Guild models. And, of course, I want my table to look good, just as you do. So let’s work on that.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: More game mats for Runewars from Deep-Cut Studio, District 5 Food Booths Available From Micro Art Studio, BattleMats Running RPG Encounter Mats Kickstarter, Ice Planet Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, and Baueda Releases 15mm Hellenistic Fort.
Well, it’s Thursday. This week has gone by super-fast, mostly because of how busy it’s been. But that’s what happens the week before a show. Also, we’ve had a lot of people in the office to help prep. So that makes time go by, too. At the CMON Expo, there’ll be plenty of games going on, all of them on some good-looking tables. If you’re looking to make your tables look good, you should check out these stories.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Deep-Cut Studio releases sandy game mats for dedicated games, New 28mm British Houses Available From Sally 4th, New Terrain And Graffiti Transfers From Micro Art Studio, Torture Chamber unlocked as TerrainCrate total hits $400k, Two New Mats Available In Neoprene From Pwork Wargame, and BattleMats Releases Death Road Map.
Much of the week was going along just fine. But I don’t know why, but I felt like yesterday should’ve been Thursday already. I mean, I was in my Wednesday shirt and all, and the first part of the week seemed to be moving along at a normal pace. But then… yeah, didn’t we just do Thursday yesterday? Apparently not, because today’s Thursday. And that means we need to make your gaming tables look as good as possible.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Menhir Games Posts The Reinforced Concrete Bunker Kickstarter preview, Pwork Wargames Fantasy Football Mats Now Available, New Game mats for Runewars from Deep-Cut Studio, Heroic Maps – Modular Kit: Dark Starship Corridors Now Available, and Miniature Building Authority is out of the 15mm market.
Ok, so I didn’t go to Adepticon, and that’s sad. However, it’s Monday morning and I’ve got no “convention hangover” and no long-ass drive/flight home and no Con Crud to worry about. So, it has its upsides as well. It would seem that much of my Friend’s list isn’t so lucky. But while they down extra pots of coffee to stay awake or extra gallons of orange juice to cure themselves, they can check out ways to make their gaming tables look great.
Today in the terrain corner we have: New Infinity Inc Battle Mat From Warzone Studio, City Ruins Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, Deep-Cut Studio releases Wild West themed game mat, and New British Defenses from Sally 4th.
The weekend looms ever-closer. I know many of you are up in Chicago right now. I wish I was there with you. But I can live vicariously through all the photos that are being posted. *sighs longingly…*
Anyway, let’s make sure your gaming tables look as good as possible, eh?
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Walking Dead Gaming Mat Available From Deep-Cut Studio, Separate crates available at Micro Art Studio, Ancestral Ruins Obelisk and destroyed Obelisk Available From Tabletop-Art, New Releases Available From ESLO Terrain, and Tiny Wargames UK Having a Sale On Their Gaming Mats.
I mentioned before that this week is going by fast. It’s only picking up speed, so it feels. Could be that GAMA is next week and I’ve still got what feels like a bajillion things to do. It’s all the various whatnots I’ve been alluding to over the past months. Those are all being announced. It’ll be nice to finally be able to talk about them, but it’s also making sure that every word written about them when they are announced is perfect. So yeah, there’s that. But that’s that. This is where I make sure your gaming tables look as good as possible.
So in the Terrain Corner today we have: New Samurai Gaming mat From Tiny Wargames, Heroic Maps – Docking Bay 1V-1E Now Available, Deep-Cut Studio releases limited edition game mat for space combats, and Manorhouse Workshop Update 14.
We’re once again at the beginning of the week. It’s ok, though, at least for me, because I have cheesecake with raspberry-lime sauce (I did say I was going to make some over the weekend). That should help tide us over to next weekend, where gaming will be had (hopefully). And if there’s going to be gaming, there should be good-looking gaming tables. So let’s help with that.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Algoryn Orbital Transmat from Sarissa precision, New wave of 15mm terrains from Terrains4Games, Brigade Models Release 2mm Roman Fort, and Walking Dead miniature game mat release from Deep-Cut Studio.
Well, it’s Monday and we’re back into the office. I can’t say that it was the best of weekends, but at least Sunday was a bit productive. D&D got cancelled due to half the players having outside things they needed to do. Sunday was full of a deep-cleaning of the apartment because I like to have a clean place for the holidays and the new year. So, not a lot of gaming going on. But that’s alright. There will be later occasions. And for those occasions, making sure the gaming table looks as good as possible is of high priority.
In today’s Terrain Corner we have: Combat Plaza: Pwork Wargames Sci-Fi Gaming Mat Now Available and New orbital game mat for Dropfleet Commander released from Deep-Cut Studio.
So the middle of yesterday sort of dragged along, but overall the week is still going by in a flash (for me, at least). Hopefully you have weekend plans like I do. We’re going to be having a build party for my friend’s original Kingdom Death set. Though, really, I’m gonna be trying to get people to play Guild Ball, instead, since I didn’t get a chance last week like I was gonna have. 😛
But in the meantime, we need to make your gaming tables look as good as possible.
In the Terrain Corner today we have: Frontline Games 20% OFF Holiday Sale Plus Special Deals, Dungeon Worlds Part 3 Kickstarter Stretch Goal #2 Posted, New Micro Art Studio battlefield terrain, Deep-Cut Studio releases a new game mat for Dropzone Commander, GAMEIN5D Foldable Game Board On Kickstarter, Deadland: Pwork Wargames Gaming Mat Now Available, Final Hours For Exotic Locations Indiegogo Campaign, Heroic Maps Whitlark Forest Trading Post Now Available, and New Tyranid Hive Planet Mat From Warzone Studio.
It’s December. Yesterday, we had some pretty nasty storms roll through here in Atlanta. Today, it’s definitely a bit cooler than it had been. Sure, a high of 54 might not seem too cold to someone in Chicago (where I grew up). But it’s colder than the 70s it’d been the previous couple days. Staying in and playing some games sounds rather nice. So let’s make sure those gaming tables look good.
Today in our Terrain Corner we have: New Firefly Airship from Burn In Designs, Heroic Maps – Explorer: Night Camps Now Available, Deep-Cut Studio releases a new Neo-Tokyo game mat, Infinity Scenery: Pwork Wargames gaming Scenery Sets Now Available, and Crossroads gaming mat by Warzone Studio Now Available.
Just about every company out there is having some sort of Black Friday sale (many of them already started). Well, I figured I’d help out by collecting a bunch of their announcements into one spot for you.
We have sales from: NonsenseMiniatures, Voodooworx Miniatures, Tercio Creativo, Victoria Miniatures, Deep-Cut Studio, e-Minis, Hydra Miniatures, Micro Art Studio, Kromlech, Hyacinth Games, and Advanced Deployment.
The days have circled around again and we find ourselves deposited in a Monday. I hope you had a good weekend. I spent Saturday playing Small World and Ascension with some friends. Then on Sunday I assembled a bunch of another friend’s Guild Ball models, because I enjoy assembling figures and he’s been super-busy lately.
But that’s as may be. It’s time to make sure your gaming tables look as good as possible.
Today in our Terrain Corner we have: Battlefield in a Box: Automobile Garages (BB211), Exotic Locations Pulp Terrain up On Indiegogo, Manorhouse Workshop Update #7 – Hard Plastic -Forgotten Halls: Stairs & Upper Floors, Early Bird Sale from Miniature Building Authority Happening Now, Heroic Maps – Discover: Valley of the Ancients Now Available, Great Again Gaming Mat Available From Warzone40k, Deep-Cut Studio launches 9 new game mats for Fantasy Football, Manorhouse Workshop Update #8 – Hard Plastic – Forgotten Halls – A scale, and Warland: Pwork Wargames Fantasy Gaming Mat Now Available.