Thursday Terrain Corner
Is anyone else’s week just racing by? It’s already Thursday! I… should probably think about making plans for the weekend. Maybe get some gaming done. I’ve got some prototypes of games I need to look over for reviews. Gotta polish up some review articles as well. It’s just all sorts of fun going on.
Anyway, as for right now, it’s time to make your gaming tables look as good as possible with some new terrain.
Today’s feature we have: Warsenal releases Thon Wave Two Terrain, Front Arc Launches Pre-painted Historical 15mm Wargaming Terrain Kickstarter, Infinity Engine Releases Molock Sphinx, and Final Days For Battle System Urban Apocalypse Terrain On Kickstarter
New additions to the Thon Ord Droppost line of terrain now available in the online store!
Several new buildings and modular components expand the 28mm Sci-Fi Ord range for Thon: The Game, allowing for limitless combinations of this imposing fortress.
All terrain is pre-painted, pulsing with vitality and easy to assemble so you could save the time of your evenings and weekends just for gaming. Long time was spent to perfect every detail – basis of everything. Yet, our terrain is more than an enchanting scenography – it gives chances for new strategies and interesting action. The final product is way more than just a tabletop terrain piece.
Infinity-Engine have another new model, the Morlock Sphinx from H.G. Wells, ‘The Time Machine’. This model would work well with fantasy, sci-fi and post apocalyptic. The model is a resin cast in ten parts with fourteen metal sirens, (for calling the Eloi to dinner).
We have made the big reveal of our Shanty Town. A pre-painted pre-cut modular terrain that is ready to game straight from the box. We were asked many times for this and it’s the largest mid project terrain piece we have ever made. We also created a transition game mat so that you can move from a fully 3D urban city to the wastelands of the shanty towns. You can set this up as small shanty buildings, large iron complexes or even mix it with our city terrain to make an urban shanty style mix. We would love to hear what everyone thinks of our new Shanty Town and also take suggestions of what people would like to see next. :o)