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Monday Terrain Corner

And we're back to the work week. Ah well, all good things must come to an end, right? We had a good game Saturday. The party didn't get nearly as wild as I was thinking it could've gotten. I'm ok with this. I know we made the party's Cleric happy because we got him some money. We tripled our investment, so that's always nice. I've got another game coming up this weekend as well, which should be fun. And, of course, that means some terrain. And that's what we're all about here today.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Dungeon Craft Taking Orders For Hell & High Water Book

Dungeon Craft Taking Orders For Hell & High Water Book


1985 Games is proud to announce the release of their second book, Dungeon Craft: Hell & High Water. The team has been working hard to ensure that Hell & High Water is ready for customers Hell & High Water will expand the available map pieces provided in Dungeon Craft: Vol. 1.

“In the process of making Hell & High Water, we worked to improve not only the art but the usefulness of each piece,” said Jeremiah Crofton, Creative Director, 1985 Games LLC. “Our goal for Hell & High Water was to make a marked improvement over the Dungeon Craft Vol. 1, and I am excited for you to see it.”

Hell & High Water

Hell & High Water will use the same style of cut-out game pieces so you can build your maps to meet your tabletop gameplay needs. With the new series comes new assets that will allow you to create hellscapes, rivers of lava, infernal machines, oceans, marshes, rivers, and ships for new adventures. Hell & High Water also adds a variety of new sea creatures and the minions of Hell to give a more authentic feel to an adventure. All you need to do is cut out the pieces and place them on a map to improve your adventure.