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Monday Terrain Corner

Welcome back to Monday. I know a lot of you are probably reading this not at your regular work desk. Along those lines, a happy Memorial Day to you.

At the moment, it's a good time to get your gaming tables looking as good as possible. That's right, we've got our Terrain Corner.

This time we've got: 3D Printable Vauban Style Fortress Kickstarter from Laser Dream Works, TerraForms Terrain Kickstarter is live, Manorhouse Workshop Update # 32 – A dream come true, Dicey Ventures Studios Announces Elemental Village Kickstarter, and Dark London: Pwork Wargames fantasy gaming mat Now Available.

3D Printable Vauban Style Fortress Kickstarter from Laser Dream Works

Vauban Fortress

Laser Dream Works is excited to launch our second Kickstarter. This time out we are working on some 3D terrain to compliment our range of wooden sailing ships. This Vauban fortress can feature prominently in multiple gaming periods including Seven Years War, American Revolution, War of 1812, Napoleonic or Pirates. Join the 3D printing revolution!

TerraForms Terrain Kickstarter is live

TerraForms Terrain seeks to produce a wide-ranging, versatile, durable set of resin tabletop wargame terrain for modern and sci fi game settings in 10 to 12mm scale. They offer four unique lines of terrain to choose from including rural, sci-fi, industrial and urban themes.

Manorhouse Workshop Update # 32 – A dream come true

The last months showed quite some evolution! We went from showing how the 3D Bases Masters of the Abbey look like, to now a fully ready and casted Abbey, and finished with grass and miniatures!
You can admire the result in the following images, where quite some Reaper Miniatures (used for D&D) are fighting on our Abbey, and also some miniatures from Games Workshop.
It is, for me, a dream come true. Having such a base, with this incredible material, fully painted and ready, is the result of years of work and projects.

Dicey Ventures Studios Announces Elemental Village Kickstarter

This set was created to be usable with all of your favorite tabletop games, offering a new aesthetic experience for every battle and adventure. It was designed with just the right combination of cartoon proportion, chibi-style cuteness, and fantastical whimsy to allow this video game style to take the five most common fantasy elements and bring them to life with character and flare. We want to make the Elemental Village terrain line available to as many hobby gamers as possible, so we decided to offer every model in the line in both physical and digital formats. If you have a 3D printer and would like to print your own terrain, we can help you do that. If you want terrain that comes to you ready-to-paint, we can help you get that as well!

Key Features
*Stylized terrain perfect for the many chibi games, both new and old. This is the summer of chibi with tons of new releases for the most popular titles
*Arcane, Fire, Earth, Air, or Water-choose your element or build a town with all five!
*Pledge levels available for both 3D printing files and resin cast terrain, including many free digital rewards as we hit stretch goals
*Additional fortifications such as gatehouses, towers, and more to guard your borders
*A fully interactive Kickstarter experience, bringing you into the design process from start to finish via social goals, Twitch shows with developers, and even live design streams at higher stretch goals

Dark London: Pwork Wargames fantasy gaming mat Now Available

Dark London

The Game Mat Dark London is a PVC or CLOTH made rollable terrain mat, ideal for wargames, in size 4x4’ (122x122cm)/ 3x3' (92x92cm), representing the scenery of a grim city district of the Victorian Age: a perfect setting for steampunk or gothic locations.
The Wargame Mat Dark London offers the possibility of setting battles between armies of miniatures among dark alleys, slippery cobblestone streets and towering buildings. The mat is a perfect fantasy setting for urban-skirmish game play, and also ideal for historical cityfights! Are you ready to battle?