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Monday. I mean, it's fine. I know some people hate Mondays, but they're alright. The weekend had to end sometime, right? Just as you can't have light without dark, you can't have a weekend without a week. And so the natural cycle progresses. ... Though I do still wish it was the weekend, at least somewhat. But waddyagonnado? Yer gonna make your gaming tables look good is what you're gonna do. So, let's do that.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Barn and Shelter Available from Tabletop Scenics, Project Deios Dungeonfog Mapmaker Suite for Worldbuilders Up On Kickstarter, and Hive City Street Holograms Available From Tabletop Scenics.

It's weird how one can go to bed on Wednesday and go, "Man, feels like tomorrow should be Friday by now." And yet wake up on Thursday morning and go, "Whoah, Thursday already?" Time's weird like that.

Anyway, seeing as it is Thursday, that means once more making your gaming tables look good.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Battletech Previews New Mats, Character's Hideouts Maps Up On Kickstarter, Devil’s Dungeon II Scenery Out Now, and Cyberpunk Coming to DungeonFog.

As we all expected, the weekend has ended and we're back in the regular week. But it's not all bad. We've got a good week ahead of us. Then we can get back to the weekend in a couple days. And when we get there, we are gonna need some good-looking gaming tables.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Imperial Assault Map Available From Fantasy Flight, Dungeonfog Is Releasing The Dragon, Blue Nebula Gaming Mat Available From Loke Battlemats, Gardbuk Shrine Terrain Up On Kickstarter, and Industrial Ruins Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.

Happy freakin' Friday and stuff.

That's how we greet each other here at the office (though that version above might be cleaned up some). Seeing as it's Friday, I hope you've got some cool weekend plans. Some of my friends are headed up to another friend's mancave-gamer-basement-of-doom. I've got a spoopy D&D game (just because it's not actually October doesn't mean you can't start the spoop early). And so, if it's not too early for tricks and treats, lets treat ourselves to some bite-sized gaming stories.

Today on the platter we have: WizKids Releases New Magic: The Gathering Token Miniatures, Dungeonfog Releases Dynamic Lighting System, and New Pulp Alley Releases Available From Sally 4th.

Friday Eve.
Though I know most of you are like, "Friday Eve nothing, it's the first day of Gen Con!"
Yes, well, it is that, too. It's also time to get your gaming tables looking good.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Adventurers' Atlas Sci-Fi Tiles #1: Desert Outpost Up On Kickstarter, Operation Alpha Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, and Dungeonfog Posts New Updates.

Well, someone decided it needed to be Monday again.
I'm not entirely sure who it was that decided that, but when I find out, I'm going to give them a stern talking-to. I was enjoying my weekend!
Ah well, assuming everything goes to play, we'll have another weekend here in several days. While we wait for it to get here, let's make sure your gaming tables look their best.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Sarissa Precision Dragon House, Dungeonfog Updates with New Curved Walls, and New Travel chests and boxes Set 1 From Tabletop-Art.

It's back to the office. The weekend was good, with good gaming with good friends (and thanks to anyone that stopped by the Twitch stream), but it's time to get back to writing articles and proofing rulebooks. But another weekend will be had, and more gaming will be had, and with gaming comes gaming tables. And to make sure yours look good, let's get to some terrain articles.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Coastal Defense Bunker Available From Warlord Games, Caves Added to Dungeonfog, and Viking Half-Timbered Church Released From Acheson Creations.

It's the latter half of the week. Just another few days and we'll be back to the weekend. As always, I can't wait. I've got D&D coming up Saturday. Our last session was over a month ago, and it was just an introductory one. This'll be the real "Session 1" where we can actually get into the meat of our campaign. I'm ridiculo-excited about it. But, before we get there, we need to get your gaming tables looking good.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Modular Bridges from Tabletop Scenics, New Farmer's Guild Pitch From Deep-Cut Studio, and Dungeonfog Open Beta Launches.

I originally started typing "Monday Terrain Corner" there in the headline. I'm not entirely sure what that means. I do know that it's been a rather long week. Lots of stuff going on. Busy weeks usually mean quick weeks, but not so much the case this time around. I guess I'm just anxious for game day at the Library this weekend. And if we're going to be gaming, we should make our game tables look as good as possible.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Hobgoblin-3D - 3D Printed Terrain Now Available, DUNGEONFOG RPG Map Maker Coming to Kickstarter, Final Days For Printable Scenery On Kickstarter, Hellgate Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, Heroic Maps - Day & Night: Hobcastle Ruins - Orc Fort now Available, and Deep Delve Dungeon - dungeon building kit in resin On Indiegogo.