You know, it happens over 50 times a year. You’d think we’d get used to Monday coming after the weekend like that. Now, arguably, some are more jarring than others. But still. It seems like by now we’d all be a bit better on-board with the notion. Oh well, there’s always next weekend to look forward to. And if we’re going to be doing any gaming, we might as well make our gaming tables look as good as possible. That’s just what we’re here to help with today.
In our Terrain Corner we have: Manorhouse Workshop From 3D Bases to Forgotten Halls, Seas of War: Pwork Wargames Gaming Mat Now Available, and Manorhouse Workshop Forgotten Halls Update #2 (yup, two quick updates from them this time around).
Manorhouse Workshop, the creator of 3D Bases, MUP, and of his endless modular buildings and creations, is proud to present our new project: Forgotten Halls! This project started exactly a year ago, in October 2015. The first concept drawings were shown to the public on our blog here, in January 2016
The Game Mat Seas of War is a PVC or CLOTH made rollable terrain mat, ideal for wargames, in size 4×6’ (122x183cm), 4×4’ (122x122cm), 3×3’ (92x92cm), 3×6′ (92x183cm), representing the scenery of the open sea, agitated by high waves dotted with white foam.
The Wargame Mat Seas of War offers the possibility of setting battles between fleets of ships among the ocean waves, strong currents and cannon shots of the enemy. The mat is a perfect fantasy setting for deploying vast fleets, and also ideal for historical game settings! Are you ready to battle?
So you’ve seen a (very small, we assure you) sneak peek of Forgotten Halls, with our last video.
The big questions will be “how does FH works ?” and “when will it be available ?”