Terrain Corner

By Polar_Bear
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Sep 21st, 2015
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… 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.

Front Arc revealed new set of ruins from their upcoming Kickstarter campaign

Front Arc expands their 15mm historical terrain range and announces new set of ruins, which consists of:
A large 2-storey building with acollapsed middle part
A smaller 2-storey ruined house
3 pieces of ruins
6 ruined walls

Some towns were heavily bombarded during WWII and many houses collapsed or were heavily damaged at least.
Recreate this on your wargaming table with Front Arc’s new ruins set!

Heroic Maps Releases Cave of the Five Brothers Maps

Cave of the Five Brothers

The Five Brothers – a set of large skulls carved into the rockface of this seacave, have been known for generations of sailors and pirates. The cave has always been a place best avoided, although for some buccaneers it’s the perfect place to store their treasure hoards.

A printable battlemap compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. Use as a standalone gameboard, or combine with any same-scale tileset.

Contents: A 20 x 20 map depicting a sea cave that is used as a pirate treasure cave. The cave is reached by sea and by a narrow tunnel, and a deep pool of water is served by a simple wooden jetty. The Five Brothers that the cave is named after is a set of five large carved skulls. The floor of the cave is strewn with pirate treasure, and the skeletons of those left to guard it. There is also a secret cavern, reached by diving into the pool.

Pwork Wargames releases new gaming mat for futuristic battles

New gaming mat release! We present another great game mat design: Urban Sector.
The Wargame Mat Urban Sector is a PVC-made rollable terrain mat, ideal for wargame and RPG, in size 120x180cm/120x120cm/90x90cm or full 4×6’/full 4×4’/ full 3×3′, representing the scenery of a quarter of a futuristic city, a theater of battles and firefights.
This Wargame Mat offers the possibility of setting battles between armies of miniatures among concrete buildings disfigured by bullet holes, paved roads cracked by cracks and metal paltforms rusted by time. The mat is perfect with cityfight game play, resistant to beer, to titan and space marines fury! Check it out at our website!

Less than 10 days to jump in to the Miniature Building Authority Town Kickstarter

The Miniature Building Authority Town Kickstarter is just about over. We have funded and surpassed our 4th stretch goal as of this note. If you love beautiful terrain for your games, Miniature Building Authority is for you. This is your chance to collect our pre-painted, pre-assembled buildings at a great savings. Some of the deals are 20% or more off of the retail prices. This is your chance to get these pieces before the prices go up. Also, we have some great stretch goals too that you can take advantage of.

So check us out before the good deals are gone.

Heroic Maps Releases Prison Cells Maps

Prison Cells

Prison Cells is a set of printable dungeon floorplan compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. Use as a standalone gameboard, or combine with any same-scale tileset.

Contains: 3 small battlemaps depicting prison cells, guard rooms, torture chambers and holding rooms. Chains, simple beds, straw, old bones – the perfect place to be kept prisoner.

Uses: Ideal for quick encounters, or as secret rooms in dungeons or castles. Prison Cells can be used as jails, the town gaol, monster prisons, torture chambers and inquisition dungeons.

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  • Puster

    A “terrain corner” without a view to the new Hovels in the Dark Age Outpost Kickstarter? Sloppy 🙂