Happy Cinco De Mayo! *passes around the tacos*
Remember to please have Margaritas responsibly. In the meantime, let’s make sure that your gaming tables look as good as possible.
Today in our Terrain Corner we have: Introducing Skull Forge Scenics Resin Terrain Kits by Rob Hawkins, Modular City Terrain Tiles and Fencing Up On Kickstarter, 28mm Modern Urban Terrain Sets from Sally 4th Now Available, Pwork Wargame Operation Delta Mat Now Available, and Heroic Maps Forest Bunker M-81 Map Now Available.
I hope your Monday is starting off alright. Mine is starting off with a lot of visitors to the office. Much of the Brazil crew is in town for the Expo later this week. And I got a gift. They brought me some special flour so I can make a traditional Brazilian dish. So my cooking game is going to be kicked up a notch. Just as your hobby game can be kicked up a notch with some new terrain. So let’s get to it.
Today we have: New Dark Age Huts From Escenografia Epsilon, Brigade Models Release 2mm Scale Warehouses, Pwork Wargames Space Nebula Mat Now Available, and Manorhouse Workshop Update #26 – The first copies of the ruined abbey.
Man, all night, as I lay in bed, not being able to sleep, I had to keep reminding myself that “tomorrow’s not Friday. Tomorrow’s not Friday.” And, indeed, that is the case. I’ve got my Thursday shirt on and I’m here typing up a Terrain Corner feature. So, instead of dwelling on how it’s not Friday, let’s do what we can to make your gaming tables look as good as we can, alright?
Today we have: Heroic Maps release – Tagoskan Wasteland, Pwork War Sands – Mousepad Wargame Mat Available To Order, and New Homeland Battle Mat From Warzone40k.
Well, here we are again at Monday. I know. I’m not the biggest fan of it, either. But we gotta get through it if we want to get back to Friday afternoon and into the weekend. I hope those of you that are recovering from PAX East are finding it easy-going. Hopefully nobody comes down with Con Crud.
Seeing as it is Monday, that means it’s time once more to try and make your gaming tables look as good as we can.
In today’s Terrain Corner we have: Thunder Chrome: 3d Printable Terrain On Kickstarter, Miniature Building Authority WWII Sale, Sally 4th 28mm Normandy Building range available now, Heroic Maps Release Rho-Aglaci Research Station, Pwork Deadland – Mousepad Wargame Mat Now Available, and Oil Barrels Set 2 Available From Tabletop-Art.
Well, Thursday is here. I know a lot of people are on their way to Boston for PAX East this weekend. I’m not. But for those that are, here’s some travel music for you. I hope you all find your wooden legs.
Meanwhile, the rest of us will try and make our gaming tables look as good as they can via the Terrain Corner.
Today we have: Manorhouse Workshop Update #22 – Tough life for our 3D Bases, New Ruined City Bundle from Demo’s Laser-Cut Designs, 15mm MG nests and log dug-in markers released by Dark Art Miniatures, Pwork Woodland – Mousepad Wargame Mat Now Available, and Tabletop-Art Previews New Rune Stones.
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.
The weekend is but a memory. The work week is once more staring us down. We’ve just gotta start at the top and work our way back to Friday and then the weekend. Stay with me, everyone, and we’ll make it alright.
As usual for Mondays, we’ve got our Terrain Corner, to make sure that when you get your chance for some gaming, it’s the best-looking table it can be that you’re playing on.
Today we have: Pwork City Ruins – Mousepad Wargame Mat Now Available, Heroic Maps – Spacecraft: HLS Sentinel Now Available, and New Pulp Collection terrain by MCStudio.
Seeing as yesterday I was awake but my brain was 99% asleep in “post-con mode” from such a full weekend and then an incredibly long drive back home, I took it a bit easy. But that obviously means I missed yesterday’s Terrain Corner. Well, I wouldn’t want to deny you all the chance to spruce up your gaming tables. I also wouldn’t want to miss today’s Podcast Roundup, either. So I’ve combined them into the Podcast Corner for today.
Terrain Stories: Manorhouse Workshop Update #18 – Rough Terrain & Cliffs, New Vulcan-6 Terrain Mat from Warzone40k + coupon code, Woodland: Pwork Wargames fantasy gaming mat, New 28mm Frosted ruins and library Terrain From Urban Construct, New Fighter E Type Blast pen From Amera Plastic Mouldings, and Heroic Maps release – Fort Crabclaw.
Podcasts: Geeks of the North Episode 27 – Guild Ball, News of the North – 2016-04-05, Ice Cream For Everyone Ep 19: Luke Crane, Blue Peg, Pink Peg Episode 70- Mombasa and Buonocore Hot Seat, Epic Gaming Night Podcast Ep 49 Golden Geeks, and Polyhedron Collider Cast Episode 3: Blokus, Portal, TIME Stories, D&D and Miniatures in Board Games.
So, as I was in a car for just slightly more than 1/2 of yesterday, I didn’t get much of a chance to post up the Midweek Snippets post. As such, I’m rolling it in with today’s Terrain Corner, as I have a bit of time right now to do so (and to give you a “peek behind the curtain,” I’m actually typing this late at night here on Wednesday).
Anyway, in this Terrain Corner/Snippets post we have: Gaddis Gaming Launches 28mm WWII Miniatures Kickstarter, Turn One Gaming Supplies Releases 8-Bit Dice, Donnybrook skirmish game rulebook now available, Post Apocalyptic Dwarf Bikers Up On Kickstarter, Round-Lip Space Dungeon Bases Available From Tabletop-Art, Heroic Maps – Giant Maps: The Great Labyrinth Now Available, MidKnight Heroes Super Chibi Finial sculpts are in and late pledge extended, Crossover Miniatures Releases Frederick Class Airship, Meka Desert: Pwork Wargames science fiction gaming mat, Gamelyn responds to backers with only 3 days left, and Battle Valor Games 15mm Fantasy New Releases.
I hope everyone’s having themselves a good Monday.
Mine’s finding me a little under the weather. Seems that it wasn’t just the pollen around here getting to me. But with some Dayquil, orange juice, and soup, I’m hoping I can be over this by the time I head for Adepticon on Wednesday.
But in the meantime, it’s time for Monday’s Terrain Corner. Seems the Easter Bunny ran off with most of the stories, leaving just one for us to find today. But that’s alright, because it’s that Pwork Wargames is now going to be offering their mats with mousepad-style backing.
Earlier, a coworker called today “Friday Eve.” She said it sounded a lot better than “Fourth Monday.”
… I can’t say I disagree with that line of reasoning at all. Friday Eve does sound a lot better than Fourth Monday.
So welcome to our Friday Eve Terrain Corner.
Today we have: Deep-Cut Studio releases new gaming mat for naval battles, Mantic Releases Dungeon Saga Terrain, Heroic Maps – Pyramid of Nekhtou Now Available, GameCraft Miniatures Releases Olympic Hotel In 3 Scales, Rebel Sector: Pwork Wargames science fiction gaming mat, and Tabletop World ofers Free Shipping.
It’s Monday again. I hope your weekend was full of exciting things. Saturday I finished up that Guild Ball review. Sunday I… boiled water. Lots. I had eggs to boil for next Sunday. I had to blanch some broccoli for dinners this week. Then I had some pasta for dinner. So… yeah… Boiling water over and over again. It was thrilling.
Ok, so boiling water isn’t thrilling. But we do have some terrain stories to give you. If you like good-looking gaming tables, that could be thrilling.
Today we have: Heroic Maps – Explorer: Battlerooms 1 Available, Cyber City: Pwork Wargames science fiction gaming mat Available, and Pwork Wargames Warsands Easter Giveaway.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day, everyone. *goes around pinching those not wearing green*
Ok, so I don’t really do that. But I am in a green shirt, just in case anyone here at the office decides they want to do that sort of thing.
Remember, everyone, to please Irish responsibly.
It’s also Thursday, so let’s get you to our Terrain Corner. Just one story for you, but there is some greenery involved.
I hope everyone’s getting by alright, what with the time change and all. Hopefully you got to your office on time and weren’t an hour late. I got here on time this morning. So it’s all good.
As usual for Monday, we’ve got a Terrain Corner, letting you know what sort of terrain products are now available.
Today we have: Brigade Models Release 15mm Moonbase Sphere, Manorhouse Workshop Update #17 – A steady base, New Heroic Maps releases – Acid Swamp & Acid Swamp Ruins, Urban Sector: Pwork Wargames science fiction gaming mat, and Miniature Building Authority Castle Sale Happening Now.
I hope everyone’s weekend was as productive as mine was. And yes, “I relaxed and unwound from a busy week” can count as being productive. At least, I think so.
But being Monday, it’s back to the office for many of us. It also means a Terrain Corner feature.
Today’s stories are: Brigade Models Release 2mm Apartment Blocks, Mats by Mars March Promotion “Mars Madness”, Heroic Maps Modular Kit Egyptian Tomb Chambers Released, New 10mm American Civil War Pack Available at Escenografia Espislon, New range of 1:72 industrial buildings from Najewitz Modellbau, New Megalith Paper Terrain From DarekPages, West Land: Pwork Wargames fantasy gaming mat Now Available, and Hex Grids Now Avialable For Battlemap Layers.
The end is in sight, people! Just another day and a half and we’ll be into “weekend territory” (which, to me at least, starts on Friday evening). We can do it. We’ve come too far to give up now. Just think of all the great gaming that can be had! And if you’re gonna have great gaming, you should have great gaming tables. Good thing our Terrain Corner is here to help.
Today we have: Brigade Models Release 15mm SF Research Base, Roman Marching Fort from Kobblestone Miniatures Now Available, Manorhouse Workshop Update #15 – The Lich of the Abbey, Frosty Plain: Pwork Wargames fantasy gaming mat, Battlemap Layers near 60% of Funding Goal, Dungeon Worlds Part 2 Success! – Part 3 Coming Summer 2016, and Deep-Cut Studio releases new Grass theme gaming mat.
I hope everyone’s Monday is going well and nobody has “a case of the Mondays.” One way to beat the Monday Blues is to talk about gaming (or so I’ve found, anyway). All the stories of what happened over the weekend, recounting epic adventures, or fantasy sports matches, or wizard battles can help keep those blues at bay. (Lost my game of Warmachine, won a game of Ascension, and was ahead when time was called in Guild Ball) And where there’s gaming, there’s usually terrain. Let’s get into it with our Terrain Corner spot.
Today we have: New Dwarven Forge Kickstarter Coming March 6th, Sea of Flames Added to Dungeon Worlds Kickstarter, Manorhouse Workshop Update #14 – The Abbey of the Living Dead, and Dark Swamp: Pwork Wargames fantasy gaming mat Now Available.
We’re working our way there, everyone. We’ve made it to Thursday. Just the rest of today and then Friday and we’ll be set for the weekend. Mine’s looking like it’ll be full of teaching someone Warmachine and then actually getting Guild Ball out on the table and playing. Both of those games need some terrain to really mix things up. I mean, sure, you could play them on flat, open boards, but where’s the fun in that? Thankfully, there’s terrain options. And we’ve got some more options available with this Terrain Corner.
Today’s articles include: Battlemap Layers Up On Kickstarter, Victorian Steampunk Modular Tabletop Terrain On Kickstarter, Warsenal releases Cosmica Wave Two for Infinity, Pwork Releases Darkburg Fantasy Gaming Mat, Manorhouse Workshop Update #13 – Inside the ruins, and Acheson’s Dungeon Worlds KickStarter Releases New Products.
We’re picking up speed, everyone. The weekend is getting ever-closer. It’s time to start making plans for some gaming, if you haven’t already. And if you’re going to be gaming, best to have as good a looking table as you can. So let’s help you out with that some with our Terrain Corner.
Today we have: New French Cemetery From Najewitz Modellbau, Acheson Creations Launches Dungeon Worlds 2 Kickstarter, Tiles of Adventuring: Tabletop Grid System Up On Kickstarter, Pwork Wargames fantasy gaming mat: Frost Grave now Available, and New 15mm French House from Escenografia Epsilon.
Well, the middle of last week, they were predicting a big ice storm for today. Looking outside, it doesn’t appear that that will happen. Not that I necessarily want the whole of Atlanta coated in a thick layer of ice, but it would’ve meant I could be typing this at home in my pajamas. Oh well. Not that the office is bad, either.
Anyway, as it is Monday, we’ve got a couple terrain-focused stories for you in our Terrain Corner feature.
Today we have: Death Ray Designs Launches Terrain Kickstarter, Khurasan releases 15mm post apoc camp parts, Mats by Mars released new Sett in Stone designs, and Pwork Wargames Releases Ice Desert Gaming Mat.
Well, the week was seemingly going along at a good clip. Then we hit about 11am yesterday. I swear there were 5 hours between 11am and 1pm yesterday. Thankfully, today feels like it’s humming along rather well. Here we are, already at 2pm. So seeing as it’s Thursday at 2pm, let’s get you some terrain articles, shall we?
Today’s Terrain Corner we have: New Junk City Objective Markers From Kromlech, First furnishing pack available for Sci-Fi interiors range from Sally 4th, Suburban Bliss Terrain Released By Brigade Models, and Pwork Wargames fantasy gaming mat: Seas of War Released.
Football season (well, American football, anyway) is over. But that just means you can move your gridiron action to the gaming table. There’s plenty of fantasy sports games you can enjoy. But if you’re going to be playing those, or other miniatures games, you’ll want a good-looking gaming table. And that’s what we’re here to help with today.
This Terrain Corner we have stories on: Acheson Creations Announces Dungeon Worlds 2 Kickstarter, Deep-Cut Studio releases new Frost-grave gaming mat, Antenociti’s Workshop Releases Happy Panda Noodles, and Pwork Wargames fantasy gaming mat: Dust Town Now Available.
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, TabletopGamerStore.com Releases 28mm Scarred City Battle Ruined Buildings, LaserCutCard: Futurehab #3 Building Now Available, and Pwork Wargames fantasy gaming mat: Badlands Now Available.
It’s time to head back to the office. Hopefully that’s not too bad of a thing for you. I don’t mind it so much. Been talking with coworkers about all the cool stuff they did over the weekend. Lots of gaming to be had. Good times.
Anyway, for future gaming sessions, you want your tables to look as good as possible, and that’s what we’re here to help with today.
This Terrain Corner we have: Real 3D Fantasy Scenery to print for RPG and Wargames On Kickstarter, Pwork Wargames science-fiction gaming mat: Combat Plaza Released, and Pre-painted modular sci-fi interiors available now from Sally 4th.
Is this week going by slowly for anybody else? I dunno, but it feels to me like it should’ve been Friday by now. Well, we’ll get there eventually. But seeing as it’s Thursday (as I’m in my Thursday shirt and all), let’s get to giving you some ways to make your tabletops look all the more spectacular.
Today’s terrain corner features: New Houses Available From Escenografia Epsilon, Pwork Wargames science-fiction gaming mat: Industrial Ruins, and New River and Bridge Terrain from Puppets War.
Hey everyone. To those in the Northeast, I hope you’re ok and you’re able to start digging out of the snow that landed on your doorstep. Here in Atlanta, we didn’t have much trouble at all. In fact, it was almost 50 degrees yesterday. *ducks the various things that are suddenly thrown at him*
Yes, well, that may be the case, but it’s also the case that it’s Monday. And seeing as it is Monday, it’s time to make your gaming tables look better.
Today’s Terrain Corner articles consist of: New American Civil War Forts from Brigade Models, Fantasy Arc Releases Bug Hunt Locations Expansion for Bug Hunt Corridors, and Pwork Wargames fantasy gaming mat: War Sands.
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.
We’re working ourselves down the hill of the week and starting to gain speed. Thursday’s here and that means it’s time to try and get your tables looking as good as they possibly can.
In today’s Terrain Corner we have: New Scenic Terrain Pieces From Antimatter Games, New Iron Fence From Puppets War, Free Harn Map Available, and Manorhouse Workshop Forgotten Halls : first glance behind the scenes.
Back to the grind here in the office on Monday.
So let’s get to it and get you some better-looking tables with our Terrain Corner.
Today’s articles include: Assault Publishing EDCV labs set is back in the offer and New Lantern Sets Available From Tabletop-Art.
After a couple weeks of vacations, it’s back in the office, on the regular, for a spell. Yay?
Actually, that’s not so bad. I’m one of those “regular routine” sort of people, anyway. So it’s all good.
I hope everyone’s starting to get a chance to play the games and such that they got for the holiday season. Now that you’ve got the games and minis, you’ll need to make your tables look as good as possible. That’s what we’re here for today, with our Terrain Corner.
Today’s stories include: Heroic Maps Jungle Ruins Modular Kit Available, Heroic Maps The Deepwood Catacombs Available, New German Houses in 15mm & 1:72 from Najewitz Modellbau, and Crossover Miniatures Releases Shipping Containers for Modern Games.
One short week after another. Back in the office today after a rainy Christmas spent alone in my apartment. Hopefully this coming week will be a bit more cheery. With any luck, the rain won’t cancel out any New Year’s plans like it did for Christmas. We’ll just have to see, though.
As many companies are still on vacation for the holiday (or “on holiday for the holiday,” for you British readers out there), it’s a quick Terrain Corner for you today.
Heroic Maps has released their The Ice Queen’s Palace Storeys Set and has it on sale for $1 for the rest of the year.
My super-busy weekend making almost a dozen different baked goods has turned into a Monday of sharing all of that with my coworkers here in the office. Hey, it’s getting cold outside. A little natural insulation for the coming winter will be much appreciated when it gets into January.
And it keeps me from eating all of this stuff, myself. 😛
Anyway, that’s as may be, let’s get to making your gaming tables look as awesome as possible so you’re not using tupperware full of cookies as your buildings and whatnot.
Today’s stories include: Final Hours for Normandy Terrain On Kickstarter, Heroic Maps Releases Ysenthorp Map, and Deep-Cut Studio releases new Wooden Floor gaming mat for interior battles.
The week continues along. It’s turned a bit cooler and rainy here in Atlanta, which is alright with me. You’ve maybe seen those “Winter is coming… oh wait, no. It’s warm again… now cold… now warm…” memes going around. That’s certainly how it’s been here. But while this place almost certainly won’t be a “winter wonderland” by next week, let’s not let that get us down. Instead, let’s focus on making your gaming tables look as good as possible with a new Terrain Corner feature.
Today’s stories include: New Bedlam Fraternity Doors From Kromlech, Heroic Maps – Dolgrum’s Rest Map Released, and Warzone40k Releases Concrete Battle Board.
Four years ago, on this date, I made my first post on TGN. It was about Privateer Press’ new Plastic Warpwolf Kit. There’ve been a lot of changes since that post. For starters, I went from being part-time to full-time and moving (back) down to Atlanta. Since that day, I’ve made 21,050 posts (and counting, obviously). I just wanted to take a moment to thank all if you, the readers, who have made it so I can do what I do.
Ok. Mushy stuff aside. It’s time to make your gaming table look as good as possible with our Terrain Corner spot.
Today’s stories include: Heroic Maps release Ruins of Trostenhal, Escenografia Epsilon Work in progress: French House 15mm, and Sally 4th Normandy Kickstarter – 7 Days Remaining.
We’re heading down that slope into the weekend, picking up speed as we go. Thursday is here and that means it’s time to make sure your gaming table looks as good as possible with our Terrain Corner feature.
Today’s stories include: Winterdale: Medieval Fantasy Citadel Collection for 28mm on Kickstarter and Deep-Cut Studio releases new Dropzone gaming mat.