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.
If you're looking to get a little more portable version of the Dropzone Commander rulebook, you'll want to check out the latest set of releases from Dropzone Commander. They've got a new small format rulebook available. It's got the latest set of rules, consisting of the v2.1 updates. Want to make sure you've got the most up-to-date version? Head on over and pick up yourself a copy now.
Ok, last set of new releases for the day, I promise. I know. My wallet is very unhappy about all of it, too. But the part of my brain that's all about the shiny, new figures is going absolutely insane. This time around, it's new Dropzone Commander releases from TTCombat. Specifically, new Shaltari figures, including a new starter set to get you right into the thick of things right away.
Are you ready to Ruuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuumbleslam!? I certainly hope you are, because TTCombat has released a whole new edition of the game. Take your high-flying, top-turbuckle, leg-lock action to new heights as you look to pin your opponents in the ultimate wrestling game.
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.
Modular design. It's very important. When you create something for war, you want to be able to quickly adapt it to whatever you require at the time. The engineers at the Titania Aerospace Corporation have been working on just such a set of vehicles. They've hit a couple designs that work and they like and are now pumping out variations of them as fast as possible. And now, Dropzone Commander players can pick them up to bolster their forces.
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.
The folks over at TTCombat have a host of new Dropfleet Commander ships available now. And these are some pretty big ones (in a world of big ships already). The Resistance is going to be able to resist a lot more convincingly when these ships start taking flight. Get your name on the list and be the first gamer on your block when these figures are released at the end of the month.
Want to take your fleet into battle? Or maybe have your ground forces roll across the terrain and grab territory? That's what you'll be doing in Dropfleet and Dropzone Commander from TTCombat. And they've got a whole bunch of new releases for both games that you can go check out now.
Starter armies are a great way to get into a new game or a new force for a game you already play. They have everything you need to get going right away. And TTCombat has some new Dropzone Commander forces coming. Check out these new forces for the UCM and Scourge.
In Carnevale, different factions vie for power in Venice's streets. Supernatural powers stalk the shadows. It's a lot going on in the cramped confines. And it's only getting more crowded, as TTCombat has released three new sets for the game. You can pick up these new kits now.
I'm excited. Are you excited? You should be excited, at least if you're here in the US. Why should you be excited? Because! It's the best week ever! It's Thanksgiving week! I have most of my ingredients already purchased. I'm trying a new recipe for my turkey this year. We'll see how it goes. But, in the meantime, we need to make your gaming table look as good as your Thanksgiving table.
Today the Terrain Corner is the home of TTCombat and the tons of terrain they've got available now.
TTCombat has some new Dropfleet Commander releases available now. It's been a while since we've seen some of these, so it's good to see new ships hitting gaming tables. Monitors are making their way to gaming stores.
It's Monday. But it's also Veteran's Day. As the son of a veteran, I want to give a heartfelt thanks to all those that serve.
So, when playing with your toy soldiers (whether you're a real soldier or not), you want your game tables to look good. So, let's make sure that's what's happening.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Pipes Terrain Available From TTCombat and Pre-Order Black Seas Scenery Pack.
It's back around to Monday. I hope your weekend was good. Mine was. I got to see a bunch of good friends I'd not seen in a while. However, being up super-late has thrown off my schedule and made me head for a Dew to get me going again. But I'll make it. The other thing I'm going to make is your gaming tables look better.
Ok, so that link wasn't so great. I did say I was running in low gear today.
Anyway, today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Adeptus Titanicus Terrain From Forge World, Ded 'Ard Dakka Tower Available From Tabletop Scenics, and Ramshackle Fortress Available From TTCombat.
Erf. Monday. I wasn't planning on it being a super-rough morning. But thanks to my upstairs neighbors, it has been. Enough that I needed a pick-me up this morning to get going at all. But going I am, and it's time to make everyone's gaming tables look that much better, as it is my sacred duty (or something).
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Covered Well Available From Tabletop-Art, New Orc Sentry Post Available From Tabletop Scenics, and More Halfling Terrain Available From TTCombat.
It's Monday once again. For me, that means playing catch-up from a weekend filled with a friend's wedding (Congrats Jason and Leigha!). So, it's a good reason to be playing catch-up. But, seeing as it is Monday, that means it's time to give you some Terrain Articles and make sure your gaming tables look great.
Today we have: Deep-Cut Studio Releases O12 Official Game Mat for Infinity, New Halfling Terrain Available From TTCombat, and Acheson Creations Releases 28mm Kongo and Stone-Age Pieces.
Here's a game we've not heard about for a little bit, but it's nice to see it coming back. TTCombat has a quartet of new Carnevale kits that you can order over in their webshop. I mean, one's got a bionic rhino and a bionic crocodile. I might pick these fellas up just because.
We're making our way there, everyone. The weekend will soon be upon us. I don't know about you, but this week has felt like it's had an extra day in it. I feel like today should be Friday instead of Thursday. But here I am in my Thursday shirts and typing up a Terrain Corner. So, it must be Thursday. Might as well keep on keepin' on.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Dwarven Barrels Available From Scibor, Stone Fences Available Tomorrow From Spellcrow, Future world Creator Modular Tiles Up On Kickstarter, Panoceania Map Available From Deep-Cut Studio, and Sci-Fi X Pieces Available From TTCombat.
For anyone curious: I did get my cleaver like I wanted. Also picked up some other items I'd been wanting. Let's put it this way: even though I'm a staunch follower of Alton Brown and therefore, everything in my kitchen must be multi-purpose, there's still plenty of things I wouldn't mind having that going to a BB&B is actually much more dangerous for my wallet than going to Gen Con was. I didn't actually buy anything during Gen Con. But I dropped $250 at BB&B before the weekend. Anyway, even though I'm frugal like that, you should check out these new pieces of terrain and put a couple bucks towards them.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Summer Sale Happening at Pwork Wargame and Troll Trader Farm Available From Warlord Games.
And we've made it back around to Monday. I had a nice, restful, relaxing weekend. Considering that Gen Con isn't all that far away, I need to get in as many of those as I can between now and then. We also can use to get your gaming tables looking good. So, let's do that.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Bugs: Into the Tunnels Available From Acheson Creations, New Infinity Terrain From TTCombat, and Wastelang Game Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.
It's a new week. And we're into a new month as well. We've made it to June, and Summer (or Winter, for you Southern Hemisphere watchers) will be here soon as well. How the time does fly. "Noticing the calendar" aside, it's time to get you some new terrain pieces to make your gaming tables look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: 15mm Roman Fort Available From Baueda, New Hive City News Stands Available From Tabletop Scenics, New: Bolt Action Rural Village Set, New: Sarissa Scenery Sets, and New: Bolt Action Battlefield Accessories.
It doesn't even really sound all that nice, honestly.
Oh well. We'll make it through and back towards the weekend. Starting out, though, we've gotta make your tabletops look good.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Waterloo Terrain Available From Brigade Models, Pre-Orders Open For Mantic's Terrain Crate 2, New Infinity Terrain Available From TTCombat, and Hive City Residence Available From Tabletop Scenics.
The folks at TTCombat have a new batch of Carnevale releases available to pre-order over in their webshop. It's 3 new sets of figures as well as some new terrain that you can use for your Venitian gaming pleasure. Grab your masquerade mask and flowing cape and hit the canals.