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And we've circled back around to Monday. Ok, so it's not most people's favorite day, but waddyagonnado? We gotta get through it before we can make our way into the rest of the week. It'll be alright. Anyway, as always, we're here on Mondays to make sure your gaming tables look good, and while most places have had to shut down, Acheson Creations is still cranking out new releases.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Acheson Open For Business, 20% Sale Continues.

The British are still storming the beaches of Normandy, despite the sickness that's going around. The folks over at Battlefront have some more D-Day British for Flames of War that they've added to their website. Have a look for yourselves.

As you know, Adepticon and Gary Con have been cancelled for this year. However, the companies that were planning on attending the show are still making their cool products they were going to have at the show available to you. In this instance, it's Monster Fight Club. They've opened up a Virtual Vendor Booth on their website and you can head over there now and pick up some cool new figures and terrain.

Thursday. We're sliding back down into the weekend. I, for one, can't wait for it. I've got D&D on Saturday (we're playing virtually, for anyone concerned). And if there's anything I could use, it's an escape from the current world for a while. I hope you're all able to find escapes as well. Gaming is a great way to take your mind off of things for a while. And when gaming, some good terrain can really make things that much better. So, let's make your gaming tables look that much better.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Acheson Sale 20-40% Off Thru April 19, Townbuilder Unlimited 3D Printable Terrain Up Online, Village of Verrell 3D Printable Terrain Up On Kickstarter, Northvakt Viking Village Printable 3D Terrain Up On Kickstarter, Tizec Waterfront Modular 3D Printable Terrain Up On Kickstarter, 3D Printable Fantasy Ruins Up On Kickstarter, and Stone City of Arkenfel 3D Printable Terrain up On Kickstarter.

Back to the work week. I hope your weekend was as good as it could've been. As I've said before and will certainly say again, it's strange times we're living in. Be good to one-another. We'll make it through. And when we do, we'll need to head back out to the game stores and play. And that means having good-looking gaming tables. Let's help with that.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Acheson Accessories Spring Sale 20-40% Off

The folks over at TTCombat have been working hard on new releases for Carnevale and now the fruits of their labor are available to you. They have two new box sets, two new single figures, and a bunch of new terrain pieces that you can pick up from their webshop now.

Monday. I was not ready to get up and out of bed this morning. I just kinda wanted to keep sleeping. What can I say? I was cozy. But get up I did, ready to face the day and get you some gaming stories in your feed. I hope everyone's doing alright out there. It's a bit of a wild time. But in said times, normalcy is important. And it's normal on Mondays to help you make your gaming tables look better. So, let's get to it.

Also, the game mat I'm about to show you is covered in massive artichokes. Now I really want not just artichoke, but friggin' huge ones...

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Tohaa Map Available From Deep-Cut Studio

Well, it's kind of a downbeat headed into the weekend. I'm sure many of you had plans but are rethinking them because of the outbreak. That's just how it goes. Remember: stay safe for you. Wash your hands frequently. Practice good hygene. And be sure to stock up on snacks so you don't have to go out. We've got a decent stash of bite-sized gaming stories for you as well to help tide you over for the weekend.

Today on the platter we have: The Scourge of Valtan Forest: 3D Printable STLs for Tabletop Games Up On Kickstarter, Viking Legends Minis and Terrain Up On Kickstarter, RPG Sounds Up On Kickstarter, Legendary Metal Coins Season 5 Up On Kickstarter, Kraken Buy 3-Get 1 Free Sale Happening Now, Desert Scorpions Minis Available From Victoria Miniatures, and Mystic Feywyld Dice Available From Kraken Dice.

And we're back to Monday. For those of you in North America, I hope the time change has gone well for you. I hope you weren't late to anything this weekend or work this morning. I actually changed my clocks ahead Friday afternoon after I clocked out of work. I didn't have any time-sensitive things to do all weekend, so I got a bit of extra time to get used to the changeover. Though, this morning, I was ultra comfy and warm in bed and didn't want to really get up. But got up I did, and I started getting these posts ready for you. I left my warm bed for this! Appreciate it, damnit! (just kidding) ;) :P

Anyway, today in the Terrain Corner we have: Deep-Cut Studio Visits Realm of Death With their Latest Game Mat Release and Acheson Accessories for 2020 - March - the 10th Wave

Another rainy day here in Atlanta. Not a complaint, mind you. I like rain. And before you say "that's depressing," remember that the places it rains all the time are called the rainforests. They're the most bio-dense and bio-diverse places on the planet. So nyah. :P

Anyway, we need to get you some terrain to make your games look good.

In the Terrain Corner we have: 3D Printable Terrain Up On Kickstarter, Tizec Modular Terrain Up On Kickstarter, and Delve to Hell Dungeon Maps Up On Kickstarter.

This week has continued to go along quickly. Of course, that's not a complaint. I'm ready for game this weekend. I'm hoping you have gaming sessions lined up as well. If you do, chances are you'll need some terrain. Well, that's what we're here to tell you about now.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Acheson Accessories for 2020 - The 9th Wave, Tempestus Pillbox Now Available From Tabletop Scenics, New Realm of Heaven Battle Mat Available from Deep-Cut Studio, and Towns & Taverns Launches Today on Kickstarter.

It's Thursday. We're past the halfway point and the work-week is now further behind us than it is ahead. I know I'm looking forward to the weekend. Ready for just a couple days off to chill. I hope you've got some gaming lined up. And if you do, you should have a good-looking gaming table. Let's help with that.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Acheson Accessories for February 2020 - The 8th Wave and Gladius Sentry Gun Nest Available From Tabletop Scenics.

And we're back to the work week. Ah well, all good things must come to an end, right? We had a good game Saturday. The party didn't get nearly as wild as I was thinking it could've gotten. I'm ok with this. I know we made the party's Cleric happy because we got him some money. We tripled our investment, so that's always nice. I've got another game coming up this weekend as well, which should be fun. And, of course, that means some terrain. And that's what we're all about here today.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Dungeon Craft Taking Orders For Hell & High Water Book

Always nice when you wake up and go, "Oh, hey, it's already (day)." That's been happening the last couple days and I'm grateful. I'm ready for the weekend and some more D&D action. Whatever type of gaming you (hopefully) have lined up, you'll want to make sure you have a good-looking game table. So, let's help with that.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Acheson Accessories for February 2020 - The 7th Wave, Imperatoris Tank Defense Position Available From Tabletop Scenics, New Elven Scenery Available From TTCombat, and Official Combined Army Gaming Mat Available From Deep-Cut Studio.

Monday. No, most people aren't the biggest fans of it. I don't think it's all that bad. But I like what I do during the week. Hopefully you do as well. And, coming up this weekend is another D&D session. My bard has convinced the rest of the group that we should throw a 3-day party in the town we just saved. Of course, his real goal is to draw 3 days of revenue from the bar that didn't let him play when he first got to town. He's vindictive like that. And when we play D&D, we use maps. I'm sure you probably do, too. So, let's help out with some gaming mats for you.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Vinyl Battle Mats Up On Kickstarter, Mammoth Maps RPG Maps Up On Kickstarter, and WarDrumRPG Running Maps Sale.

Thursday. This week is moving along at a nice clip. We'll be back to the weekend soon and that means time to kick back, relax, and maybe do some gaming. And if you're going to be gaming, you're going to want your gaming table to look good. So, let's help with that.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Aquila Sentry Tower Available From Tabletop Scenics and Antenociti's Workshop Releases Version 2 of their Asian Fencing.

It's finally February. January was a tough year, but we made it through. And, of course, after a week like last week that took about 4 months, no matter how you slice it, the weekend is going to be too fast. I did, however, have an excellent session of D&D. The party protected a holy relic from falling into the wrong hands. Then, we planned on putting on a celebration in the town... meant to drive money away from the local bar because the bartender was mean to my bard and wouldn't let him play. That's just how things are.

Also, we have a bit of a facelift on the site today. I hope you like it. Let's also give your tabletops a facelift with some new terrain.

Today in the terrain corner we have: Acheson Accessories for January 2020 - The Sixth Wave, Necrossia Sci-Fi Terrain Up On Kickstarter, and Deep-Cut Studios Releases Labyrinth Game Mat.

This post could very well fit into today's Terrain Corner as well. TTCombat has some new Carnevale releases available over in their webshop. Two box sets and two single blisters can now be added to your forces. However, even if you're not into the Venitian miniatures game, if you're a fan of laser-cut terrain, you'll still want to check out the story, as they have a whole bunch for you to check out.

For the past two days, I've been waking up and thinking it was Thursday. Now, it finally is Thursday, and I woke up thinking that it was Friday. At this point, I feel like I'm going to wake up tomorrow and it'll be back to Tuesday or something. But, Thursday it is. So terrain we shall talk about.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Venator Turret Tower Now Available From Tabletop Scenics, Map Tiles 2 Kickstarter Happening Now, and Xenos Jungle Maps Available From Deep-Cut Studio.

Monday. I know most people aren't fans of it. I wouldn't mind still being in bed, but waddyagonnado? Ah well, it's a new week full of new possibilities. And I finally have D&D upcoming this weekend (we had to miss last session due to players being out of town). So that'll be good. I hope you've got some good games lined up. And if you do, you'll want your table to look good. Quick Terrain Corner for you today.

We have: Acheson Accessories for January 2020 - The Fifth Wave

Thursday and the work week continues to rush along. Sorry if I seem distracted. My hot sauce delivery showed up last night and the prospect of 17 new sauces for me to try (and review) is still trying to sink in, even the next day. I'm going to be eating a lot of chicken wings soon... But before I get to that, I need to make sure your gaming table looks as good as my condiment table (do people have condiment tables?).

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Acheson Accessories for January 2020 - The Fourth Five, Castellan Tank Gate Now Available From Tabletop Scenics, and Haqqislam Mat Now Available From Deep-Cut Studio.

I've been talking about weeks going by quickly. I realize now that I probably shouldn't've. I also just yesterday realized that we're coming up to a 3-day weekend, as we have Monday off here in the States. With these two things in mind, this morning has been taking an eternity. Either that or I'm just being super-efficient with all the work I've been doing so far. One of the two, anyway. So, while I wait and wait and wait for the day to get going, let's also look at making your gaming table look good.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Remnants of Battle 3D Printable Terrain Up On Kickstarter, Barrels and Crates Terrain Up On Kickstarter, Orc Stadium Terrain Up On Kickstarter, and Industrial Fans 2 Set Available From Kromlech.

Thursday. This week is going by quickly. The first week back after a vacation can tend to drag, but I woke up this morning going, "Whoah... Thursday already?" And then I blew my nose and coughed a ton because I'm still sick and hating it. But I'm making my way through. And while I doubt I'll be getting up to any gaming this weekend, that doesn't mean that you can't. And you should have a good-looking table when you do so. Quick terrain corner for you today.

We have: New Acheson Accessories for 2020 - The Third Five and New Realm of Fire Terrain Mat Available From Deep-Cut Studio.

Happy New Year, everyone!

2020 has gotten off to an... interesting start. Hopefully, you've been able to get in some gaming time in order to escape it for a while. Also, I hope you've been able to keep up with your resolutions. I failed at mine pretty much halfway through the 1st, but waddyagonnado?

Anyway, it's back to a regular posting schedule here after the holiday, and that means making your gaming tables look good.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Acheson Accessories for 2020, The Dungeon Books of Battle Mats are Available to Pre-Order, New Acheson Accessories for 2020 the 2nd Five, and New Turrets Available From Tabletop Scenics.

I know. I know. "Shouldn't this go in the Terrain Corner?" It should, but it's a light news time, so you get it right here. Anyway, as you're getting out all those new minis you got for the holidays, you'll want your gaming table to look as good as possible, right? So, why not grab some of the new terrain strips from Deep-Cut Studio? Perfect for roads all over your battlefield.