Is anyone else’s week just racing by? It’s already Thursday! I… should probably think about making plans for the weekend. Maybe get some gaming done. I’ve got some prototypes of games I need to look over for reviews. Gotta polish up some review articles as well. It’s just all sorts of fun going on.
Anyway, as for right now, it’s time to make your gaming tables look as good as possible with some new terrain.
Today’s feature we have: Warsenal releases Thon Wave Two Terrain, Front Arc Launches Pre-painted Historical 15mm Wargaming Terrain Kickstarter, Infinity Engine Releases Molock Sphinx, and Final Days For Battle System Urban Apocalypse Terrain On Kickstarter
The weekend is over. We’re back at the office. The whole work week stretches out in front of us. But we’re tough. We’re strong. We’ll break on through to the other side. For We. Are. Gamers! *strikes a pose*
… Ok, enough of that. It’s time for another Terrain Corner feature.
This installment we have: New LCVP Higgins Boat From Sarissa Precision and Warlord Games and Front Arc announced Neo gothic church terrain set – the last set for their upcoming Kickstarter campaign.
Despite the fact that I was in my Wednesday shirt all day yesterday, that we had a Midweek Snippets feature, and several other factors, all day and into the evening I thought to myself, “Well, tomorrow’s Friday.” Obviously, that is not the case. Friday does not come directly after Wednesday. And my time-jumping skills never fully developed correctly when I was a kid (I had this fever for a while and they just never really materialized the way they should’ve). As such, it’s Thursday. Obviously.
I never could quite get a handle on Thursdays.
So that means we have a Terrain Corner to look at.
Today’s articles include: Encounter Bricks Construction System Kickstarter Launches, Infinity-Engine explore R’Lyeh with new Mausoleum model, New items from Thomarillion, Fat Dragon launches snap-lock stackable dungeon terrain Kickstarter, Tabletop-Art Previews Oil Barrels, and Deep-Cut Studios Releases Space Hulk Gaming Mat.
Man, it seems Monday’s really taking no prisoners among my friends today. One’s having car trouble. Another is just slammed with things at work. I know I woke up thinking that 5am was feeling a lot earlier than it usually does. I’m hoping that your Monday isn’t kicking as hard as it seems to be for other people that I know.
Something that might help out is looking at some cool terrain and possibly adding it to your own collection. So let’s do that.
Today’s articles include: Warsenal Releases Comanche Forward Operating Base, Pwork Wargames releases RPG Tabletop Battlegrid, and Manorhouse Workshop Update # 4 – Modular Terrain: Skirmish & Wargame.
Comin’ down the mountaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaain! *guitar, guitar, guitar*
Seeing as that’s what Ray and I were just talking about that, and we are sliding down the mountain towards the weekend. Because segue!
Mountains can also be used as terrain for your minis games.
Because another segue!
Add those all up and we’ve got Thursday’s Terrain Corner.
Today’s stories are: Front Arc announces playmat by Deep-Cut Studio for their upcoming Kickstarter campaign, New Tablescapes Tiles Options From Secret Weapon, and Mantic Adds Terrain to Warzone Kickstarter.
Back in the office and talking to everyone about what they did over the weekend. One did a bit of moving into a new place. Another went to a wrestling event several hours away. I made white chocolate and raspberry sauces as a test for an upcoming friend’s birthday party. Hey, we all have our hobbies.
As for hobbies, most of us here enjoy hobby gaming, and for that, you’re gonna want a good-looking table. Let’s see what’s in store for this week’s terrain corner.
Today’s stories include: Brigade Models Release New 10mm SF Buildings, Heroic Maps Releases New The Lost Halls of Hightamrish Map, and Pwork Wargames releases 3 new gaming mats for futuristic battles.
… Wasn’t it Friday just, like, 5 minutes ago? I could’ve sworn there was a weekend coming up. But now I’m back here in the office. Not that being in the office is terrible, or anything. I just have a lot of stuff I need to get done. O,o
Anyway, since it is Monday, it’s time for a Terrain Corner.
Today’s installment has: Front Arc revealed new set of ruins from their upcoming Kickstarter campaign, Heroic Maps Releases Cave of the Five Brothers Maps, Pwork Wargames releases new gaming mat for futuristic battles, Less than 10 days to jump in to the Miniature Building Authority Town Kickstarter, and Heroic Maps Releases Prison Cells Maps.
Thoisday, Thoisday. We’ll play on Thoisday.
*doesn’t have a cardboard belt, but is about as big as Zero Mostell…* Anyway…
Being Thursday, it’s time once again for a Terrain Corner segment. You gotta make sure you’ve got a good-looking table for your games, after all. Flaunt it, baby! Flaunt it!
In today’s installment we have: Two Weeks Left for Impudent Mortal Kickstarter, Frontline Gaming Posts New F.A.T. Mat Teaser Image, Heroic Maps – Hawkridge Hideout Now Available, Miniature Building Authority Kickstarter The Town has funded and past their 3rd stretch goal, Deep-Cut Studio releases new gaming mat for futuristic battles, Terra-Block ‘Old School Dungeon’ on pre-release offer From Sally 4th, and BattleGateGames deal this week: Macedonian Pine Trees.
Monday, Monday (ba-la, ba-la-la-laaaa). Some people (and Garfield) aren’t fans of Monday. I don’t necessarily dislike them. So no, I don’t have a “Case of the Mondays.” I hope you don’t have them, either.
What I do have is a case of “Terrain Corner Fever.” The only cure is telling you about the terrain stories I’ve come across recently (and more cowbell, because more cowbell is always needed).
Today’s stories include: New Terra-Block Warehouse Kit From Sally 4th, New in the Buxey 1815 Collection from Battlefield Buildings: Gemioncourt Farm, Stacks of Crates Set 1 Now Available from Tabletop-Art, Mini Duels Table Top Terrain for 28mm games On Kickstarter, Manorhouse Workshop Update # 2 – Modular Terrain, and Front Arc announced new watchtowers and bridges set.
We are once more held in the grips of a Thursday. The gearing-up for the weekend has quite possibly begun. My weekend is currently still pretty open. I should look for a good recipe to try out. But in the meantime, we have our Terrain Corner feature to talk about. Gotta make sure your gaming tables look the best!
Today’s articles include: Miniature Building Authority Kickstarter “The Town” is Live, Front Arc announce some 15mm historical buildings from their upcoming Kickstarter campaign, New Pipe Works Tower Kit From Mechanical Warhorse, Front Arc presents transport themed building set for their upcoming Kickstarter, and New Modular Terrain for Wargames Coming From Manorhouse Workshop.
We’re rocketing our way through this week. I thought weeks before a holiday were supposed to drag on. But that has definitely not been the case. Labor Day Weekend is coming up and that, for those that live in Atlanta, means Dragon Con. I guess it means that for anyone, but especially for those of us here in Atlanta. 400-southbound is generally busy as I’m driving north on my way to the office. Today it was a parking lot, even at 6:15am. I’m sure it’ll be that way tomorrow, too, as everyone heads downtown for the party. From what I hear, though, there’s already plenty of partying going on, even last night.
But that’s not what we’re here for. We’re here to make your gaming table look awesome. We’re here for our Terrain Corner piece.
Today’s entries include: Impudent Mortal Entry Level 28mm and 15mm Terrain System on Kickstarter, Idyllwild Games Dark Age Outpost Up On Kickstarter, and Miniature Building Authority’s KickStarter begins on September 7th.
Let’s not try and dwell on that fact too much and instead just think about what cool things you might be planning for next weekend. If plans include gaming, you’ll possibly need some terrain. That’s why we’re here with our Terrain Corner.
Today’s batch includes: Heroic Maps – Storeys: The Aelfmynster Ruins, and Burn In Designs New Products – All aboard the Steel Horse Express.
Arthur could never get a handle on them.
The Cure didn’t care about them.
It’s after Wednesday, so we’re in the latter half of the week. But it’s not the joy and relief of a Friday.
Oh well, we do get a Terrain Corner feature to hold us over, though.
Today’s installment we have: Chibi War 3D tiles on Kickstarter, Tabletop-Art Has New Components for 28mm Terrain Available, Paper Make It! Launches Shuffler 2.12.01, and Brigade Models Release 2mm Scale Medieval Buildings.
Aaaaaand it’s Monday and we’re back in the office.
Hopefully your job isn’t one where the above statement is a tragedy.
You can always reminisce about the gaming that occurred over the weekend. You did get some gaming in, right?
Hopefully you did. And hopefully if you were a minis gamer, you had some good terrain. If not (or if you just want to add to your terrain collection), we’ve got our Terrain Corner segment for you.
In this batch we have: New Chaos Terrain from Games Workshop, Heroic Maps – Spacecraft: The Magpie, and Terrain at ModelEarth new releases.
I just realized that I wear a blue shirt on Mondays.
I know you, and The Cure don’t care, but I wanted to mention it anyway.
The other thing Monday has going for it is one of our Terrain Corner features we tend to have.
Want a kick-ass looking gaming table? These stories can help.
Today we have: Acheson Creations Releases Bridge of Sorrows and PaperTerrain Celebrates 10 Years in Business-with a Sale.
Is it Thursday again already? This week seems to be just flying by.
So that means it’s time once again for a Terrain Corner, so we can make your tabletop look as good as possible while you’re out there gaming.
In this batch we have: Heroic Maps releases Pyrringham Village, Deep-Cut Studio wargames terrain mats are now available on mousepad material, and Heroic Maps releases Geomorphs: Winter Wilderness Ruins.
And since nobody gives a damn about what I’m doing and would rather just have me shut up get on with the stories, that’s what I’m going to do.
(I’m joking. Take it easy.)
Today’s Terrain Corner includes: Heroic Maps – Storeys: Orsagrigg’s Tower, Menhir Games Kickstarter 28mm Dark Age Outpost Plastic Kit Coming Next Month, Amera Plastic Mouldings New 3 Piece Island Set, and Sally 4th Terrain Deals for ‘Soldiers of God’ wargaming the Crusades.
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.
With the drive to Indy yesterday, I obviously didn’t have much of a chance to make posts (and no, trying to type in the car all day was not an option. I would’ve gotten all the carsick). So today I bring you both the Midweek Snippets and today’s Terrain Corner together again in one place.
In this batch of bite-sized articles and terrain stories we have: DLD Productions website now open, Web-Based RPG Toolset City of Brass Opens, New Releases Available from Hitech Miniatures, Pondemonium! A free print’n’play boardgame or 3D wargame, Now available – Ruins of Sanctuary 30mm RL deal (20x bases) and 40mm RL deal (8x bases), PK-PRO – Aetztech new etched brass, Werewolf Tokens Up On Kickstarter, Wheel of Flame Gaming Candles Up On Kickstarter, New Warthrone approved army list: Skaven from Warhammer, Free PDF at The Ion Age: Shia Khan Empire in Patrol Angis, Brigade Models – new 15mm SF Buildings, New Manorhouse Workshop Pre-painted – Tabletop Terrain, Some more installments of The Fiver from The Meeple Mechanic, Kromlech New Release – Legionary Pistols, and Icarus Miniatures Preview The Gunslinger.
This week, we are certain to see lots of awesome-looking terrain tables during Gen Con. If you want your table to look as good, you’ll probably want to check out what sort of terrain is being offered up by various vendors. Conveniently, we’ve put all of those together in one place for you here online.
In today’s Terrain Corner we have: New 4Ground Parish Church & Accessories, Deep-Cut Studio releases new gaming mat for post-apocalyptic settings, New Terrain preview from ModelEarth, Pwork Releases the Lifeless Land Wargame Mat, and Angry Mojo Games July Releases Part 1: Wild West Terrain.
Well, we’ve painted ourselves into a corner… a Terrain Corner!
Look, it’s a busy week. Not all the jokes are going to be good ones. But that doesn’t change that it is once again Thursday and so that once again means a Terrain Corner segment of the show.
Today we have: Tabletop World re-releases their Guard Tower, Arena Mat available at Arenarex.com, and New Pre-painted Catalogue from Manorhouse Workshop.
Did anyone else’s weekend just fly by? Heck, all of last week seemed to just rocket by. I usually end up with the same checkout clerk at the grocery store, since I go fairly early on Saturdays and there’s only a couple lanes open. I remember saying, “… didn’t we just do this?” Her week had gone by pretty fast, too. So it wasn’t just me.
But whether or not it’s gone by in an instant, or leisurely strolled its way by, we’ve made it once again to Monday.
Well, one thing we can celebrate is a good-looking gaming table. That’s what this post is all about. It’s today’s Terrain Corner.
In this batch we have: Acheson Creations Releases the Alpine Trench Section #4, New Heroic Maps: Wardenhale Public Spaces Released, Games Workshop Taking Orders for New Age of Sigmar Terrain, Novus Design 28mm Medieval Range Now Available, ProMatz – The worlds first customizable industrial grade gaming mat on Kickstarter, and ModelEarth posts latest terrain releases.
The week rolls on. We’re once again at Thursday.
Never could get a handle on Thursdays…
But that’s between me and my bathrobe.
At the moment, the focus is on making your gaming tabletop look as good as possible. That’s right, it’s our Terrain Corner segment.
A quickie for you this time around. We’ve got: New 4Ground Pre-painted Church and Warsenal previews new Comanche Bulwark.
The weekend is over and we’re once more back to the regular work week. Hopefully yours was good. I got my Age of Sigmar box set all put together. I had no major mess-ups during assembly. Though my right thumb does hurt from getting stabbed repeatedly by little, plastic spikes. Both the Sigmarans and the Khornites (or whatever they’re technically called when referred to in such a manner) do enjoy sharp bits on them.
Hopefully everyone is making their way safely home from SDCC as well. It certainly looked like quite a show this year. Someday I might make it out there for one, but I have a feeling that, knowing me, simply enjoying it from a far (vicariously through all the photos showing up) is probably what I’ll stick with.
But anyway, enough of that, let’s talk about terrain.
In this set of terrain stories we have: Tabletop-Art previews WIP Terrain Components, Heroic Maps – Birthday Sale, DGS Games adds Trial Stones models to Kickstarter options, and Terra Block ‘Tomb of the Serpent God’ from Sally 4th available for Pre-order.
Hi. I’m Norm Abram. Welcome to “This Old Gaming Table.”
… Ok, I’m not really Norm Abram. And this is Terrain Corner.
But trust me, if I could get Norm Abram to guest-star in one of these posts, I damn-well would!
Anyway, we’ve collected various terrain-related stories over the past couple days and present them to you now.
In this set there is: Acheson Creations Releases Mushroom Forest, 6 Squared Studios New Release – 28mm Stone Bridge, Heroic Maps – Modular Kit: Egyptian Tomb Corridors, TerraTiles: Coasts & Rivers Tabletop Terrain System on Kickstarter, Pwork Wargames Releases New Apocalyptic Terrain Bundle, and Deep-Cut Studio releases more gaming mats for aerial combats.
Welcome once again to the Terrain Corner, where we collect together articles we’ve come across over the past couple days that deal with making your gaming table look the best it can. That coffee mug and stack of books won’t cut it anymore. You need to get some real terrain out there. Or at least, a good mat.
In this batch of terrain articles we have: More Scale Comparisons for Manorhouse Workshop’s Underground Terrain, New Heroic Maps – Iron Peak Mine, and New Russian “Warzone40k”: battle boards for wargames.