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I hope everyone had a great International TableTop Day yesterday. Though, of course, the spirit of International TableTop Day is with us always, and we should celebrate as often and with as many people as we possibly can.

As for us here at TGN, it's another Sunday. So as my arm heals from getting my werebear tattoo colored in and my roux for the gumbo I'm making starts to brown, here's another set of bite-sized stories we collected over the last few days.

In this batch we have: 1p40k Beginner's Guide & One Page Rules Anniversary, some more editions of The Fiver from The Meeple Mechanic, New Armada accessories from CorSec Engineering, Oddzial Osmy’s 3mm March Releases Arrive at PicoArmor, Stoelezel's Structures launches the Underlooked Inn, New Angry EON Mini from Hitech Miniatures, and Final Day for Olleys Armies Scrunt Empire on Kickstarter.

Stoelzel's Structures brings a new terrain kit to your tabletop with their Modular Urban Construction Kit 3: After The Bomb. The creation of this set is to coincide with the upcoming Super-hero Dinosaur Zombie Apoclypse (S.D.Z.A.) by Nexus miniatures ... and I think my mind just broke from the name of that game...
Uh... yeah... where was I?
Oh yeah, terrain. Anyway, you can use it for S.D.Z.A. or it can work for any post-apocalytpic setting and it fits with Stoelzel's other Urban Construction line.
The terrain consists of over 500 pages with over 100 accessories. A table full of terrain for $12 isn't so bad.

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Stoelzel's Structures has some brand new forums they've rolled out. Go check 'em out and join the community chatter.

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From the announcement:

We apologize for the move, but were forced off the old lot due to eminent domain laws. Our new lot is open for occupancy, but will continue renovation for the see-able weeks. Please forgive our appearance and any noise from the contractors.


Stoelzel's Structures has released their new Blue Giant terrain set over on Wargame Vault.

Blue Giant

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From the release:

The Blue Giant is a print yourself terrain project to build a space ship or space station interior for sci gaming with 28mm scale miniatures. Over 300 pages of walls, floor and decorative elements to lift you’re your space ship project into orbit. Like other Stoelzel’s Structures projects, the Blue Giant is intended to be constructed with a combination of 5 mm thick foamcore and cardstock. And like other Stoelzel’s Stuctures projects, this system comes furnished, with dozens and dozens of pages of furniture options to decorate your ships with.


Stoelzel's Structures gives you more terrain options for your western-themed games with the release of their Wild West: The Fatal Frontier terrain line pdfs.



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From the release:

Stoelzel's Structures is proud to release another project in our line of printable foamcore mountable terrain.
"If a young man is about to commence in the world ... we say to him publicly and privately, go to the West. There, your capacities are sure to be appreciated and your industry and energy rewarded."
- Horace Greeley
Stoelzel's Structure has had their minions busy building a new wing on their Modular Evil Lair. The 3rd section is now available.



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From the post:

5 – 4 – 3 – 2 – 1 - LAUNCH CODES ARE… GO!

Our resident evil genius has been mad at work developing an arsenal of doomsday weapons to carry out his plan for world domination. Being that he is a diehard fan of spy fiction he knows full well not to put all his eggs in one basket.
Stoelzel's Structures has released their new Haunted Home: Scott Manor pdf for you to be able to download and use in your gaming sessions.



From the release:

Horror house, the haunted hallows, murder mansion are but a few monikers given to the less than stately Scott Manor. This home, which has been left un-sold, and vacant of living inhabitants for some two decades, was the site of a series of gruesome homicides, or was it tragic accidents…. … no one quite remembers at this point anymore. But the stories stuck just the same, and grew, and took on a life all of their own.
Stoelzel's Structures released a new terrain pdf to help enhance your gaming experience. This one's the Coreville Train Set.



From the release:

Welcome to the Coreville train depot, on the seedier edge of the industrial side of town, and home of the old pick up station. It is a modestly sized train station, servicing only a couple of rails. Please be courteous of other rail passengers about while lifting or removing luggage. If you have a late departure, I wouldn’t recommend staying by the rails unescorted.

The Coreville Train set comes with the small train station mentioned above, plus a train engine with color options, Passenger Cars, and Freight Cars each with a least ten color/texture options. Plus, like all Stoelzel’s Structures, our buildings, and in this case vehicles are fully textured on the inside, and designed for interior accessibility for game play, and as always, our units come fully furnished.


Stoelzel's Structures adds to their terrain line with their new downloadable Pullman's Diner piece.



From the release:

“Word of advice, bring your own silverware”

The Pullman’s diner is a quaint dining car style café, an old little greasy spoon at the edge of town. It is situated next to the old abandoned railway depot, which for decades had sat as an eyesore to the locals. When James Castleman moved into town, he, or more likely his wife, saw great potential in the rusty railway relics that sat in the depot. After purchasing a number of the aging monuments, the Pullman’s Diner was built. While designed back in the late 50s, the cafe has a slight nod to an earlier deco period, with its clear machine age look from it use of retired train cars, and heavily metallic exterior.
Stoelzel's Structures gives your little mans a place to do their shopping with the release of their new modular shopping mall terrain piece.



From the release:

The Urban Blight Developers company has been pestering the local permit office for years for permission to bring an enclosed shopping mall to our quiet community. After several costly advertising campaigns to convince the locals, and a flagrant misuse of eminent domain laws, the UBD has finally succeeded in bringing the first stage of construction to near completion. The Stoelzel’s Structures modular mall is unveiling dozens of new shops for you to find all that crap you didn’t know really needed until now.
Stoelzel's Structures gives your little mans a place to stop and have some lunch with their new Brummie's Burgers terrain piece.



From the release:

A word of thanks to all of our forum members for participating in the name your franchise sweepstakes, and congratulations to Vampifan for submitting the name of this particular burger joint.

“You are what you eat”

Welcome to Brummie’s Burgers, founded by Mr. S.M. Quinton and his step brother Bryan during the great meat famine of 1975. Brummie's began as little more than a couple students collecting scraps from the local butcher and selling dirt cheap lumps of meat to their college friends. By the 90s, Brummie's had spread to 50 shops across England, and opened up their first international location in Springfield Massachusetts.
Stoelzel's Structures has some more paper terrain pieces available now.



From the release:

From the edge of the historic district of Olde Towne, on the roads leading the outlaying rural communities, is the old carriage house, or coaching inn. In earlier times, it was here that visitors to the city would rest their houses, and store their tack and wagons. This rustic, and simple stone house may seem out of place when compared to the giant sprawling mega structures of the modern day city, but is quite spacious having both vehicle storage and stables on the ground floor, plus lodging facilities in the upper floor.

As with all Stoelzel’s Structures products, this unit comes furnished, but also comes with a series of 19th century vehicles, and miniature horses ready for you to print, fold and use. The vehicles included in this set include a Hansom cab, a Brougham, a funeral wagon, a private omnibus, a charobanc, a couple police wagons, a stagecoach, and a couple vendor carts. Horses come in five poses, with four color options each, and a number of optional tack outfitting options.


Stoelzel's Structures has some new paper terrain available for you. This set's the Historic District: Undeveloped Real Estate.



From the release:

“Hittin’ the olde streets of olde towne”

Stoelzel’s Structures is expanding its range of urban ground tiles with this trip into the streets of our Historic District. Inside you will find over 420 ground tiles which can be printed and assembled to represent some of the older sections of Olde Towne or a more ritzy-modern day gaming environment.
Stoelzel's Structures is giving away one of their downloadable terrain pieces for free. It's free. Why not go and get it?



From them to you:

This derelict commercial building was left vacant over a decade ago when the tenants found asbestos contamination in the insulation wrap, lead contamination in the paint, excessive and deadly radon levels seeping from the basement, not to mention the bed bug infestation that resisted all attempts to remove. Since then, we have tried to rent this property out several times, and rumors of unearthly moans and spectral groaning have scared most of renters away, and those that stuck out these fears where driven off by the raising criminal element in the area.
Stoezel's Structures has their next Modular Urban Center kit available: Raising the Roof.
Ow! Ow! *dances*



From the release:

The urban center has been growing and growing, and with develop-able real estate growing short, developers have but one option: build higher. This first expansion to our popular Modular Urban Construction Kit (M.U.C.K.) brings an explosion of new construction offerings to your city. M.U.C.K. 2 takes your buildings up a level, and focuses on raising the roof, and decorating that roof line.

For those new to Stoelzel's Structures, our products are designed to be built upon a skeleton of 5mm-thick foamcore, and are always designed with accessing and gaming in the interior of our buildings.
Stoelzel's Structures gives us a look at their expansion to their Modular Lair: Living Better.