Monday Terrain Corner

I don't know who decided that it'd be a good idea to stop the weekend and have another Monday, but here we are. It's not that I hate what I do. Far from it. But hanging out with friends all day and gaming? That's objectively better. Ah well, the next weekend will be upon us eventually, and it'll be time for gaming once again. And with that gaming, we need to make sure the gaming tables look good.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Paizo Previews Pathfinder Pawns: Dungeon Decor Pawn Collection and Heroic Maps Releases Aerineya: The Traveller's Roost Tavern.

Paizo Previews Pathfinder Pawns: Dungeon Decor Pawn Collection

Putting together this set of pawns was fun. We had a brainstorm where the creative team filled up an entire whiteboard in short order. We had more ideas than I could fit into this set, and more ideas than just things found in a dungeon. In this pawn collection there's a good mix of dungeon dressing, furniture, doors and windows, spell effects and hazards, and things you might find outside rather than inside.

When we released the Traps & Treasures Pawn Collection, I grabbed some Flip-Mats and minis and headed to a conference room to set up some scenes to show the set off, so I figured I do the same for this new release. Check out some of the things you'll find in Pathfinder Pawns: Dungeon Decor Pawn Collection!

Heroic Maps Releases Aerineya: The Traveller's Roost Tavern

It didn't take long for entrepreneurs to arrive in the floating kingdom of Aerineya. Once adventurers and wizards began to venture into the sky in search of ancient treasures, various quick thinking landlords recognised that they would need somewhere to rest up there, and so various taverns were constructed. The Traveller's Roost is one such tavern, and is a welcome sight after days in a small airship.

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

Contents: A 30 x 30 map depicting a tavern on a floating island, high in the sky. With space for mooring an airship or dirigible, the tavern is well presented and comfortable, with clean tables, good food and somewhere to meet and discuss quietly.