It’s odd. Each day this week I’ve found myself, at some point, looking at the clock and going, “How is it only (time)?! Geeze! Today is taking forever!” And yet, in contradiction of that, I’ve also found myself going, “Whoah! It’s already (day)!? This week is flying by!” So while each day is taking forever, the week is just speeding past. I don’t really get it, but it does mean we’re already most of the way to the weekend. I’m in my Thursday shirt, and that means it’s time to make your gaming tables look as good as possible.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Steampunk Ironclads From Burn In Designs, Tabletop Scenics Giving Away An Orc Quarters, Skull Forge Scenics Halloween Sale Happening Now, Acheson Creations at Fall In! and Millennium Con, New Modern Civilian 28mm – 32mm Vehicles From Antenociti’s Workshop, and New Masons and Brewers Terrain For Guild Ball.
The battle raged for hours with each ship not giving any quarter. Torpedos spent in the last salvo and low on reserves both ships knew this would be the final pass to decide the victor. They tacked to bring themselves in range. It was only a matter of time until one was positioned for the killing blow.
The Ironclad was the pinnacle in naval warfare. It brought superior armor, heavy long-range firepower, and the ability to strike faster than any other naval ship. Now that same power can be had on the table top.
this one looks even sturdier then the previous ones, huh?
A fortress on its own, Orc Quarters give Orcs much needed space for loot, gnaw-pets and nap-time. Its walls are enforced with metal spikes, rusted bars and firing points – so it may feel like home.
Rough dimensions are as follows: width 21cm, depth 18cm, height 16cm.
The point is, here is your chance to win one Orc Barrack 🙂
How can you do that? Just “like” this post and our Tabletop Scenics fanpage of course, then put a comment below. That’s it!
On Friday, at 12:00 CET, I will select one person among those who like/reacted to this post and has commented underneath.
Any shouts as “WAAAARGH” or „WITNESS ME BOSS” are welcome.
Just don’t hurt yourself please.
The lucky winner will be notified in the comments!
For the 2017 Halloween sale, select items are 10% off from October 30th through Friday November 3rd. Take advantage of this savings to fill out your battlefield with some spooky graveyard scenery!
New Product: Combat Gauge
I have always preferred cosmetic solutions that don’t break the aesthetic of the miniatures game when it comes to tokens and tools. This fantasy-themed combat gauge is perfect for measuring the 3″ bubble around units and scenery with no fuss.
The gauge is 3-inches long and 1-inch wide, which is perfect for measuring the most common distances used in tabletop games without being overly cumbersome. There are notches down the sides marking 1-inch increments, and the center line between the boards on the reverse side marks 1/2-inch.
Acheson associates Bob Chicka of Evil Bob’s Miniature Painting will be in Lancaster, PA at Fall In! This coming weekend (November 3-5). Stop by to check out his selection of Achesion Creation Accessories.
Ed Teixeira of Two Hour Wargames will be showing Acheson products at MillenniumCon20 November 10-12 in Round Rack Texas.
The Launch of our Kongo-Afrika Kickstarter is so full of new miniatures that we have pushed it out a week to Friday the 10th of November.
We have some new 28mm-32mm vehicles for you in the store; these are single-piece resin-cast bodies with separate wheels.
Containing a wealth of terrains that can be found in the world of Guild Ball, as well as unique Mason and Brewer terrains, this set will take your game to a new level. Whether you use these pieces at events or in casual games, coaches old and new will find this a fantastic set to add to their collection.
This set includes: 8x 3D Terrain Pieces – Rough Ground, Fast Ground, Forest, Brewer’s Themed Obstruction, Mason’s Themed Obstruction, Mason’s Themed Impassable, and 2x Obstructions.