Monday Terrain Corner

Well, it's the price we pay for having a weekend: there has to be a week to go with it. Can't have up without down, light without dark, left without right, weekend without week. But we'll make it back to the weekend eventually. Also, it's Autumn! Woo! *dances around with pumpkins in the falling leaves* So, as it's Monday, lets get your gaming tables looking good.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Tabletop Scenics Taking Orders For Genetorum, Badlands Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, and The Wizard's Tower 3D Printable Terrain Up On Kickstarter.

Tabletop Scenics Taking Orders For Genetorum

Contents of this frames may be used to make one Generatorum structure. Instruction is fitted to give guidelines and tips on how to assemble the product. Supplied unassembled and unpainted. Designed for 28mm heroic scale.

Check for digital instructions.

Please note, some orders containing HDF structures may be split into a number of parcels.

Please note that Kromlech models seen on pictures are not part of this set and are sold separately.

This set contains elements to assemble 1 Generatorum.

Approximate dimensions:

Height: 26 cm

Width: 26.3 cm

Depth: 16.5 cm

Badlands Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame

Badlands! Fantasy Gaming Mat from Pwork Wargames!

Play your battles on a bare plain of reddish earth, with the ground cracked by the fury of the elements, among large open spaces, dusty pahts and rocks eroded by wind!


Materials: PVC / Syntethic Cloth / Mousepad
Available size: 4x6' / 4x4' / 3x3' / 3x4' / 3x6' / 22x30" (new format for Saga and Kill Team!)

The Wizard's Tower 3D Printable Terrain Up On Kickstarter

The Wizard's Tower - Expansion Sets contains modular bridge pieces to print your own bridge on your home 3D printer (or by using a printing service). As an extra expansion to this you can also pledge for the sacrificial set if you like your wizards a bit more evil.

The bridge pieces were designed to be used in conjunction with The Wizard's Tower to create a grand entrance or join two towers together. But they can be used completely separately to build a bridge crossing a river or even a tall viaduct joining 2 cliff faces.