Thursday Terrain Corner
The work week continues on. For me, that’s meant some early days here. I mean, today I clocked in at 4:05am. I’m not just a “morning person.” I’m an “extreme morning person.” I didn’t have my alarm clock set, I just woke up at 3am. And no, I don’t even drink coffee. But when you’ve got work to do, you need to get it done. And there’s proofing projects to finish before the weekend. But before I move over to that, I’ve gotta make sure all your gaming tables look as good as they possibly can. That means a Terrain Corner feature.
Today we have: Final Hours For Modular Underground Project Kickstarter, Manorhouse Workshop Update #3 – The innovative modular floors of Forgotten Halls, New Pirate Islands Maps Available From Heroic Maps, Manorhouse Workshop Update #4 – Hard Plastic – Forgotten Halls & Dwarven Forge (yes, they’ve been busy), New From Skull Forge Scenics: Meteorite Objectives, and Manorhouse Workshop Update #5 – Hard Plastic – Dynamic Walls, an original MHW concept (really busy).
Wandering in the darkness of Rahmsterdam you have reached new routes and some incredible new modules. The CURVED WALLS now give you even more solutions to make a unique dungeon for an amazing gaming experience.
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After last udpate on the Walls (which still show only part of all their full potential), it’s time for another article, this time about our floors.
We’ve released 5 new battlemaps – starting a range called Pirate Islands. These maps are either 20×20 or 20×30, and feature a tropical island with features that make it ideal for piratey adventures!
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In all our projects, we always show videos and images on how they are compatible with Dwarven Forge, another great product which showed its worth throughout the years.
Skull Forge Scenics has released a new set of two resin meteorites, perfect for use as tabletop wargaming scenery or as objectives to recover on the battlefield, and an accompanying painting tutorial.
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When MHW first created the concept of dynamic walls some years ago, it was the result of years of brainstorming. Something simple, yet elegant.
Dynamic Walls are called like that because they can be inserted and swapped into our real walls to create an infinity of combinations.
This means you don’t need to buy a lot of different walls. You need usually to buy only 1, and if you want to have different walls, just swap the insert (“Dynamic Wall”) inside, and you’re good.
Easy, and cheap.