Man, most of yesterday, I felt like it was Thursday. This morning, I was thinking, “man, it’s Friday. Nice.” And then I realized that sad truth: the weekend was still another day away. Probably doesn’t help that I’ve not been feeling all that great the last day or so. So I’m hoping for the weekend to hopefully get over whatever I might be picking up. But that’s as may be. In the meantime, we need to get your gaming tables looking good. So, let’s get to it.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New 2D Terrain from Dicey Ventures Studios, Raging Heroes’ WarStages: The Gothic Cathedral Kickstarter Launches This Weekend, New District 5 Staircase and Holoads From Micro Art Studio, and Combat Plaza Game Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.
So, not tabletop gaming related, but as a Chicago native, waking up this morning to hear the Cubs won the World Series was pretty awesome, even though I’ve not followed baseball for quite a long time.
Too bad we don’t have MLB Showdown or that MLB Clix game around anymore.
Anyway, that aside, let’s talk about making sure your gaming tabletop looks as good as possible.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: 15% Off All Sarissa Single Terrain Pieces At Warlord Games, New Releases From ESLO: 3D Game Elements for Boardgames, Dicey Ventures Running Earth Brewery Kickstarter, New Snowfields Dropfleet Commander Game Mat from Deep-Cut Studio, and Tabletop World Posts Watermill Sneak Peek.
Well, we’ve had our Wyrd preview for the day. The other thing we have every Monday, then, is our Terrain Corner, where we do our best to make your gaming tables look as good as possible. So you can stop using old textbooks and coffee mugs for your towers and hills.
Today in our feature we have: Brigade Models Release 6mm Research Base, Frosty Plain: Pwork Wargames Fantasy Gaming Mat Now Available, Bonuses Added to Elemental Village Kickstarter, and Algoryn Drop Capsules head down to Xilos.
Already into June (more than a day’s worth, even). We’re just burning our way through the year. And “burning” is the right term, considering temperatures in the US, at least, this week. Oof. It’s a good time to stay inside in the AC and get some gaming on. And if you’re gaming, you’re going to need a gaming table. And if you’re going to need a gaming table, it might as well look as good as possible. That’s what we’re here to help with today.
Our Terrain Corner today has: Dicey Ventures Elemental Village Kickstarter Launches, Tabletop World has released the new Town Walls, Badlands: Pwork Wargames Fantasy Gaming Mat Now Available, New Resin Terrain from Skull Forge Scenics: Graveyard Wall Sets, and Manorhouse Workshop Update #33 – Some expensive fuel.
Welcome back to Monday. I know a lot of you are probably reading this not at your regular work desk. Along those lines, a happy Memorial Day to you.
At the moment, it’s a good time to get your gaming tables looking as good as possible. That’s right, we’ve got our Terrain Corner.
This time we’ve got: 3D Printable Vauban Style Fortress Kickstarter from Laser Dream Works, TerraForms Terrain Kickstarter is live, Manorhouse Workshop Update # 32 – A dream come true, Dicey Ventures Studios Announces Elemental Village Kickstarter, and Dark London: Pwork Wargames fantasy gaming mat Now Available.
And here we are again at Wednesday. I hope your week is treating you well. The hectic nature of the early week is making its way for a generally calm mid-week. With any luck, that will continue on.
One thing we have going on today is our Midweek Snippets.
This batch of bite-sized stories includes: Precis Intermedia is now taking pre-orders for the Amazing 8in1 Die, Hitech Miniatures New Exorcist Released, Combat Patrol: WWII To Be Released Soon, Syrinscape Releases Spooky Soundpack for Halloween, Dark Art Studios Releases Gothrac – Zombie Dragon, Another World Miniatures Releases Anjelika Female Commissar, Dicey Ventures Studios Launches the Venture Dice Bag on Kickstarter, 15 Days Left For Ninja Crusade 2nd Edition On Kickstarter, Binary Dice Sets On Kickstarter, Brigade Models Release New SF Wheeled Tanks, Crooked Claw Goblins Up On Indiegogo, and New Arc Markers Available From Tabletop-Art.