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It's Monday. And, to be honest, it was a not-at-all-gaming-related weekend for me. Sometimes you gotta take a break, y'know? For me, that included hanging out at home and watching Lost in Vegas. I came across their YouTube channel early last week and have just been going through their back catalog. I love their Free Thinkers motto. Even things you aren't used to, you should give it a shot. And if you don't like something, you can still express your opinion in a way that doesn't degrade or belittle those that do like it. And you can still see value in things that you might not like. Just awesome, all around. So, if you wanna check 'em out, that's what I was doing when I wasn't doing gaming. But gaming is what we've got here today, and that includes making your gaming table look good.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Heroic Maps Releases Geomorphs: Basic Cave and LaserCutCard Previews New Containers.

We've once more made it to the weekend.
Well, almost to the weekend, anyway. We've still gotta finish today. But hopefully that won't be too painful to get through. Then... Yeah, I just love weekends. And as I've mentioned a couple times, tomorrow's going to be cram-packed full of gaming. I'm really looking forward to it. Hopefully your day is likewise scheduled.
But before we get there, we should fill up on some bite-sized gaming stories.

Today on the platter we have: New Tau Heavy Rail Cannon Array From Forge World, Iris Coming To Kickstarter in January, Purgatory Kickstarter is close to another stretch goal, New Mk IV tank From LaserCutCard, Two New APC Turrets Available From Kromlech, and Q'thulu Mini Up On Kickstarter.

The work week continues. We've made it over the middle and are working our way back towards the glorious, glorious weekend! Mine's going to be filled with prepping various articles for the next couple weeks. Lots of photos to take of models in various states of assembly. Fun stuff like that.

But in the meantime, we've gotta make sure your gaming tables look as good as they possibly can.

Today's Terrain Corner stories are: Deep-Cut Studio releases new Beach design gaming mat, Manorhouse Workshop Update #21 – 3D Bases – Kickstarter Preview, Lasercutcard: Infinity Table Deal, Things from the Basement Releases Frosty Line Of Terrain, and Frosty Ruins by Urban Construct at Salute.

Well, as Lynyrd Skynyrd said, Tuesday's gone. That, of course, means we've moved on to Wednesday. Woo! We're halfway through the week! Always a good feeling that. The weekend is getting closer every minute. Before we get there, though, we need to serve up some bite-sized stories we've come across in the past couple days.

This time around we have: New releases from Scotia Grendel, New Targeting System From Puppets War, AntiMatter Games Previews The Beast of Blood Reef, Polyversal After Action Report from Williamsburg Muster, Guadalcanal Battle Set Released by Topside Minis, New Sturmgewehr soldiers from Iron Cross Miniatures, New Trays and Bags Available From Battle Foam, and New Tanks and Turrets From LaserCutCard.

Thursday already? I guess a couple crazy days in the middle of the week will make it go by rather quickly. I do sort of hope today and tomorrow just go by without major incident, though, even though it does tend to make time go by fast. Instead, if we can just have a nice, calm, manageable Thursday and Friday, I'd be very appreciative.

And I bet you guys would be appreciative of a Terrain Corner segment. So let's do that.

Today we have: Manorhouse Workshop Update #10 – 3D Bases – Modular Terrain, Releases 28mm Scarred City Battle Ruined Buildings, LaserCutCard: Futurehab #3 Building Now Available, and Pwork Wargames fantasy gaming mat: Badlands Now Available.

We're getting there, kids. Slowly but surely. The weekend is getting closer.
It was looking like today might've had a chance at being a snow day here in Atlanta, but such was not the case. So at least here, we're not stuck inside. For those of you further north that are stuck inside, why not get out some minis and play a game? And if you're going to be doing that, you'll want your table to look nice. Well, that's where the Terrain Corner comes in.

Today's stories include: New Orc Terrain Deal From LaserCutCard, Manorhouse Workshop Update#5 – Forgotten Halls: the upper floor inserts in details, and Crossover Miniatures Releases Omura Martian Airship.

And so this week comes to an end... Well... not yet. Technically the week comes to an end tomorrow. But the work week comes to an end today... unless you're like me and you work weekends as well...
Ok, so this has gotten off-track. It's Friday. We should all be excited about that. And we've got a set of bite-sized stories to share with you. So there.

Today's batch of stories includes: 28mm Dwarf Figures Up On Kickstarter, Rise of the Kage is shipping now, Acheson Creations Releases the Final Kajiu Kaos Fantasy Worlds Kickstarter pieces, BitCrates: Boxes That Will Change Your Gaming Table For Any Game, New Skimmers and Crews at, First Look at the Pudigroan Dog Line and Casualty sculpts for Flintloque, LaserCutCard New Product: Na-To chassis, New Legionary Power Gloves from Kromlech, and Ion Age: Taranis Tanks by Bob Naismith first parts and render.

There were some amazing-looking gaming tables at Gen Con. You, too, can have some great-looking gaming tables. And that's what this segment is all about. So let's just get right to it.

In this batch of terrain articles, we have: Building tiles for 6-28mm wargame projects on Indiegogo, Brigade Models - 15mm Accessory Release, New Doors and Windows Available from Tabletop-Art, Wargame-Model-Mods - Integrated wargame buildings Kickstarter, Heroic Maps - Explorer: Wild Places 2, LaserCutCard new container set plus bundle deal, and New Items Available from Thomarillion.

Happy Wednesday, everyone! I hope the week has been treating you well. I've... actually been sick this week. Don't worry, I've made sure to disinfect every post just before it goes up, so you shouldn't catch anything.

Anyway, we've collected the various bite-sized stories that we've come across recently and present them to you now.

In this batch we have: Outer Limit Games announces Kickstarter launch date for TAU CETI: Planetary Crisis, LaserCutCard Updates and re-Releases New Art Deco Ruins Terrain, MidKnight Heroes Kcikstarter Reboot Coming Soon, Acheson Creations Releases Orc House, Mounted Heroes Kickstarter Launches, New Pwork Wargames Battle Mats Available, Play Blackwater Gulch at Origins, Final Days of Ramshackle Robots Kickstarter, New Brigade Models - 15mm Armoured Infantry, Sally 4th Releases Pub Interior Terrain Set, and New Furniture and Table Detail kits from Burn In Designs.

Friday has once again graced us with its presence. We may be battered and bruised from the work week, but the end is here and your reward is a couple days to do whatever you want (well, not whatever, but you know what I mean). With any luck, your weekend plans include gaming. I'm hoping to throw down with some board games tomorrow night. Should be a good time.

Anyway, we've got our regular Friday feature of various bite-sized stories we've collected and present them to you here now.

In this installment we have: Some more of The Fiver from The Meeple Mechanic, 3D Printed Mounted Heroes coming to Kickstarter, Mission San Miguel 28mm PDF from Finger and Toe, Acheson Creations Releases Shoe House, New Orc Fort Terrain from LaserCutCard, ManorHouse Workshop Posts Update 24 on their Modular Underground Terrain Project, Little Red Riding Hood by Kabuki Models now available, New Battlesuit Gladius from Hitech Miniatures, Tabletop-Art previews new Hero Base WIPs, The creators of Another Stupid Game With Monsters interviewed on The Blunt Instruments, Kize Delta Squad released by Grinning Skull, and New: Sarissa Precision Destroyed Factory.

Though it's raining here in Atlanta on this Friday the 13th, we're not letting it get us down. GAMA is next week, as well as AdeptiCon. So there's plenty to be looking forward to.

And, of course, there's gaming this weekend. For me, there'll be D&D. What do you have in store?

In this installment of Snippets, we have: More installments of The Fiver from The Meeple Mechanic, Final Week and New Pledge Levels for Fujian Trader, Tabletop-Art Previews Upcoming 32mm Bases, New 10mm modular building range for DZC available from War Mage Games, Oddzial Osmy’s 3mm February Releases Arrive at PicoArmor, New Maori Pa Terrain from Catalyst Creative, Legendary Metal Coins Now Live On Kickstarter, LaserCutCard Stacked Containers Plus Bundle Offer, New Dead Man's Hand 4Ground pre-painted buildings and accessories, and EZPainter Kickstarter updates and Rates news.

We've made it through another week. *throws a party*
It seems to be the general consensus that this week "took forever." Has that been the case for you?
Anyway, that's all in the past, as the weekend will soon be upon us. What sort of gaming do you have planned?

We've also, as usual, been collecting some of the shorter stories together for presentation. And here you go.

This time we have: More of The Fiver from The Meeple Mechanic, Godslayer Gnolls Swarm the Battlefield, More $1 shipping from LaserCutCard, Ludus Magnus Studio presents Vezio the Executioner, New Female Punk Heads and Shoulder Pads from Brother Vinni, New ISO Shipping Container Variants at Burn In Designs, Heroic Maps - Encounters: Winter Wilderness Locations, New MDF Paint Racks from Advanced Deployment, Beardy Brothers Announces Project Green Plunder, Tooth and Sword chibis now availible, New Kromlech Mutated Shoulder Pads, New Hardfoam Container Sets from Micro Art Studio, and the Final Days for Theomachy up on Kickstarter.

The week's half-over. There's a chance for more ice here in Atlanta. And it's some for some more of the bite-sized stories we've found over the past couple days.

This time we've got: Sector Commander Announces Kickstarter Launch Date, ACP Games Running Vanir Drop Ship Kickstarter, Grusha Female Russian Warrior Available From Another World Miniatures, MiniWorlds: News Expansion Set "Sepulcrum" and "Putridarium" to pre-order, Blucher compatible Brigade Bases available now from Sally 4th, A First Look Video for the Surakari Warships from Kalidasia Fleet Commander has been Posted, LaserCutCard Container variants released, New Trubuchet From Thomarilion, It's Just Soup Studios running Epic Hero and Villain Feat Cards Kickstarter, Soda Pop Updates About Super Dungeon Explore Shipping,Ninja All-Stars Clan Tora Kaiken Preview, and HOTT Element Bases now at

Well, my real name is Jason, after all... *whistles innocently while hiding machete behind back*

Anyway! We've got another bundle of bite-sized stories for you for today.

In this grouping we've got: New Releases at LaserCutCard and $1 shipping items, New 15mm Late Saxons at Splintered Light Miniatures, Manorhouse Workshop Underground Project Update #15, Mantic Games Exclusive Distributor for Secret Weapon in UK and EU, Beasties and Bygones Cartoon Fantasy RPG Coming to Kickstarter Soon, Midknight Heroes reveals its second Character for its Kickstarter, New Door Bells and Proclamations from Thomarillion, Trolka of Skandavia released in Resin from Alternative Armies, Brigade Models releases 2mm American Civil War Houses, Dadi & Piombo Releases The 1066 Supplement for Lords & Servant, The Card Caddy up on Kickstarter, Planetary Militia packs released at The Ion Age, New Armored Greatcoats from Kromlech, The Phalanx Consortium is Bringing Back Battle Cattle, and new tokens and templates for Infinity from Micro Art Studio.

We've got another batch of smaller-sized stories for you this Wednesday.

Beyond the cut we've got: New Spaceships from Brigade Models, a 28mm PDF New Orleans Warehouse from Finger and Toe, the latest releases from Bombshell Miniatures, the latest releases from Spectre Miniatures, new 10mm Caen House from Escenografia Epsilon, New Nuclear Adventurers and a Valentine's Day sale from Brother Vinni, a new Sailboat Hull from Thomarillion, new Mutants and Aliens released by Loud Ninja Games, Spanish edition of Strategikon released by Capitan Games, Aegis Studios Releases Contagion Second Edition Gamemaster Screen, More new model previews for Alternative Civil War, the Spell Saga tabletop novel now available in limited quantities, new Valentine's Day Miniature and Decals and Smoke Plume from Ginfritter's Workshop, and LaserCutCard container price drop.

The week is coming to an end. What do you have planned for your weekend?
I've got some new review articles I'll be working on. It's been really exciting playing some of these new games.

Anyway, there's been a bunch of bite-sized stories coming across my desk, so it's time for another Snippets.

This time around we have: A new preview for Sector Commander, Cure/Heal Dice on Kickstarter, a new Predette from Predastore, Clan Kitsune preview fluff from Ninja Division, New Tokens Available from Advanced Deployment, Bloom Role-Playing Game Character Sheets Now Available, LaserCutCard Reduces Price on Statis Tomb Terrain, New Bits Packs at Alternative Armies, How To Serve Man coming to Kickstarter, and Skirmisher Publishing releases 100 Oddities for a Thieves' Guild.

Hopefully all our readers up in the North East are safe and warm.
Well, if you're snowed in (or even if you're not, I guess), here's a selection of some of the shorter stories we've come across the past couple days.

We've got: 2nd Special Edition Dragon Head Challenge Coin Kickstarter, RN Estudio's 2nd Master Series Mini release: Alice, Tabletop-Art Previews Meteoric Surface Bases, Assault on the Unknown Cover Revealed, Kabuki Models previews First Knight renders, MiniWorlds: New Pictures of Sepulcrum Expansion Set, Dystopian Wars Demo Event Announced for Gnome Con, New Cyborg Hills from LaserCutCard, Schrödinger's Cats Starts in on Stretch Goals, new pedestal from Thomarillion, and new stretch goals unlocked for the Fightin' Fungi Kickstarter.

LaserCutCard expands your options for your tabletop with the release of new scatter terrain. These kits add that extra bit of terrain to your table to give you those extra hiding spots for your little mans. There's water towers, bridges, and some dumpsters and bins.


From the release:
Hey everyone. It's another overcast Sunday here in Atlanta. So why not curl up with some of the shorter stories we found in the past couple days?

There's some WIP 15mm terrain from Tabletop-Art, a countdown to Impudent Mortal's Warehouse terrain sets Kickstarter, a new QuadCannon from LaserCutCard (lots of terrain in this edition, it seems), an update about Manorhouse Workshop's Underground Terrain (see what I mean?), the new Municipal Merchant from ThunderChild Miniatures, a new stage from Thomarillion, two new WIP busts from Abyss, and Sister Herja from Kromlech.

LaserCutCard has released their new Ryokan (which is a Japanese Inn) terrain piece over in their webshop.


From the release:

Bring a touch of the old world to your city with the Ryokan. This could be a retro hotel, the headquarters of a Yakuza clan or maybe the entrance to the "flower and willow" world.

Once constructed it can be stored by stacking the components inside one another to save space. The roofs are removable to allow models to move inside. It can also be used as two separate buildings.

It is made from 1mm heavy card and comes supplied unassembled and unpainted in an A4 flat pack.
It costs $19.50 and worldwide postage is only $4.65

LaserCutCard has reconfigured their Ratel 90 kit to have just one turret so the price is lower.


From the announcement:

LaserCutCard have re-released their Ratel kit with only a single turret rather than all three. This has brought the price down from $24.50 to $19.50.

It is also available as the Ratel Platoon (3 x Ratel for $45)

LaserCutCard helps add accents to your urban tablescape with the release of their Urban Scatter terrain set.


From the release:

LaserCutCard has released a mini scenery kit called “Urban Scatter”
This comprises of a garbage skip, two large wheelie bins and two small wheelie bins.
These are all made from 1mm card.
The larger wheelie bins can be built so that their lids are hinged and can open and close.
The entire set costs $5 and worldwide postage is $1.
The models are supplied in a flat pack and are unpainted and unassembled.

LaserCutCard continues their new releases with their new Futurehub terrain piece.


From the release:

LaserCutCard is happy to introduce the first in our series of Futurehab science fiction buildings.
Commerce is the lifeblood of the city, no matter what the century or planet.
This is a two-level retail store that would be at home anywhere from Neo Tokyo to Coruscant.
It is made from 1mm heavy card and comes supplied unassembled and unpainted in an A4 flat pack.
Once constructed it can be stored by stacking the components inside one another to save space.

LaserCutCard has released their new turret pack in their online shop. Give your APCs a little bite with some new guns.


From the release:

LaserCutCard has released the three turrets that come with the Ratel kit as a stand-alone product.

These three turrets are compatible with our M113 APC kit
This pack includes 3 different turrets -
- an autocannon / 90mm cannon
- a command turret with a 20mm cannon
- a missile turret with 3 anti-tank guided missiles

The turrets are made from 1mm card, 3mm MDF and plastic tubing and are supplied unpainted and unassembled.

LaserCutCard released their new Ratel APC over in their webshop.


From the release:

LaserCutCard is proud to present the fourth vehicle in the “Bush War” series… the Ratel Infantry Fighting Vehicle

The Ratel is the basic infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) of the South African National Defence Force's mechanized infantry battalions. Ratel is the Afrikaans name for the honey badger, which has a reputation as a ferocious fighter.

This is a cardboard and MDF kit for the Ratel in approximately 1/50 scale. It also includes plastic tubing for weapons and axels.
It is made from layers of 1mm heavy card, laser cut.

The hatches can be modelled open or shut and the kit includes three different turret versions:
- a 90mm cannon (to make the Ratel 90)
- a ZT3 anti-tank turret (to make the Ratel ZT3)
- a 20mm cannon turret (to make the Ratel 20)

Kit comes unassembled and unpainted.