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Monday Terrain Corner

I hope everyone had a good and productive weekend. To those that went to Salute... I hate you. I wish I could've gone. To everyone who didn't go to Salute, I feel your pain *solidarity*. Seeing as it is Monday and we're back at the office, it's time to make your gaming tables look as good as possible with our Terrain Corner feature.

Today we have: New Terrain Bundles From Demo's Laser-Cut Designs, New 6mm European Building from GameCraft, and Pwork Wargames Releases Darkburg Gaming Mat.


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Thursday Terrain Corner

Earlier, a coworker called today "Friday Eve." She said it sounded a lot better than "Fourth Monday."
... I can't say I disagree with that line of reasoning at all. Friday Eve does sound a lot better than Fourth Monday.
So welcome to our Friday Eve Terrain Corner.

Today we have: Deep-Cut Studio releases new gaming mat for naval battles, Mantic Releases Dungeon Saga Terrain, Heroic Maps - Pyramid of Nekhtou Now Available, GameCraft Miniatures Releases Olympic Hotel In 3 Scales, Rebel Sector: Pwork Wargames science fiction gaming mat, and Tabletop World ofers Free Shipping.


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Terrain Corner

Back to the daily grind here on Monday. I've brought in cookies and cheesecake to the office that I made over the weekend. I probably shouldn't have a whole cheesecake and 2 dozen cookies sitting at home. I'm already pushing my way out of "Gamer Medium" into "Gamer Large" as it is.

I wouldn't recommend trying to eat any of this terrain I'm about to tell you about, though. Best to just use it to enhance your gaming.

In this batch we've got: ModelEarth releases new Dungeon system, Brigade Models Release 2mm Roman Temples, and GameCraft Miniatures releases 8 new brownstones.


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Midweek Snippets

Give yourself a pat on the back. You've made it to another Wednesday. We're halfway to the weekend. If you have any mid-week gaming plans, we'd love to hear about it down in the comments. Over the next couple days, I'll be prepping for the D&D game I'm running on Saturday. Last session, the group narrowly avoided TPK twice. So obviously, I need to up my game some.

As usual for the day, we've got some bite-sized stories we've collected together for you.

In this batch we've got: MidKnight Heroes Reaches Funding Goal and Previews Chibi Stretch Goal, Some more Installments of The Fiver from The Meeple Mechanic, Quick Reference Rulebook of Military History: Medieval Wargame available for testing, Blacksmith Miniatures release Mahé the Sailor, New Skull Masks Available from Tabletop-Art, Final week for Dark Sword Miniatures New Range Tony DiTerlizzi Masterworks Kickstarter, Ophidian Wars releases ECG with optional 3D printed minis, NeoExodus Campaign Setting Update for Pathfinder On Kickstarter, Mekawing Z updated to version 1.7, New Shock Tokens from Sally 4th, Epic New Token Line For Table Top And Role Playing Games, Oddzial Osmy’s 3mm May Releases Arrive at PicoArmor, Hitech Miniatures New Webstore Opened, 28mm Crates Barrels and Casks from Castle Kits, New 15mm Sci-Fi Buildings from Gamecraft Miniatures, Infantry Bases for 6mm (1/285th) Figures from GameCraft Miniatures, New Rocket Platform Terrain from DerekPages, Manorhouse Workshop Update #32 – Modular Underground Project – How to paint walls and floors quickly, Demigods Evolution Funds in 1 Day, and Victrix Previews French Artillery.


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Friday Snippets

Hello out there, all you beautiful TGN readers! We've once again made it to another Friday. Congratulations! Any good gaming to be had this weekend? Anyone trying out some of the new releases that've come out this past week?

As for the moment, we've collected another batch of bite-sized stories and present them to you here.

In today's Snippets, we've got: Some more installments of The Fiver from The Meeple Mechanic, Kev's Creatures - KC2 Mountain Orcs at Alternative Armies, Sharkes Gingerbread a free Flintloque Scenario, Tabletop World has released their new Stone Bridge, New Brandenburg Gate in 6mm from GameCraft Miniatures, Brigade Models Release 28mm Great War Belgian Cyclists, First Knight by Kabuki Models finally available for purchase, and Mage Company Announces 12 Realms: Bedtime Story Kickstarter Launch Time.


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New 15mm WWII Government Building from GameCraft Miniatures

GameCraft Miniatures shows how big some buildings can be, even in 15mm, with the release of their new WWII Government Buildings over in their webshop.

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From the release:

GameCraft Miniatures have released a new 15mm building that is perfect for Flames of War and other 15mm WWII wargames. This building features a removable top floor and optional floor and stairs kit for those that want to play inside as well as outside the building. The model measures 15" x 6.75" x 6.7" tall (381mm x 171.5mm x 170mm) and it's design was inspired by the Reichstag building in Berlin. This is not a true scale representation of the Reichstag (that would be just over 3.5 times this large) but I think you'll see a family resemblance and agree that this kit is a reasonable size for gaming.



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GameCraft Minis holding Labor Day Weekend Sale

GameCraft Miniatures is holding themselves a Labor Day Weekend sale over in their webshop.

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From the announcement:

GameCraft Miniatures is celebrating the grand re-opening of their brand new online store and the Labor Day weekend with a sale that starts right now and runs through Monday at midnight.

The 20% discount will automaticly show up in your shopping cart, there is no need for any coupon.



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GameCraft Miniatures Opens Brand New Online Store

GameCraft Miniatures got themselves a brand new website. Go have a look and see what they've got to offer.

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From the announcement:

After 5 years with the same online store and almost 2000 items online, it became obvious to both the GameCraft owner and the customers that their online store was getting bloated, difficult to navigate and generally felt old. So, GameCraft's owner set about creating an entirely new online store. the new store is much better organized, easier to navigate and includes hundreds of new options that customers will really enjoy, such as multiple payment options, ability to create an account or just check out as a "guest", PayPal integration for those with PayPal accounts, a real nice customer rewards program, better photo integration with zoom", inline video tutorials on several products, and much much more.



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New 28mm European Style Houses From GameCraft Miniatures

GameCraft Miniatures starts off a new line of European Style Houses with their first new releases.

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From the announcement:

GameCraft Miniatures have released the first two new structures in a series that will initially include eight structures of various sizes and will grow from there.
These kits are made from laser cut MDF. Having the half timber details as separate parts makes assembly and finishing very quick and simple, Simply build the main MDF structure and paint it your choice of color (no need to even fill the seams, the half timber details will hide them) and then glue on the half timber pieces (painted or not). You can have a fantastic looking building in minutes.
The Large Country Estate pictured here is the largest of these structures so far at an impressive 12.25" x 10.25" x 6.5" (311mm x 260mm x 165mm)



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Three New Buildings in GameCraft's 285th (6mm) Landmark Series from Gamecraft Miniatures

Gamecraft Miniatures adds three more buildings to their 6mm Landmark Series of terrain pieces.



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From the announcement:

GameCraft Miniatures Landmark Series is a collection of mostly larger structures that have some historical significance or are recognizable icons of an area or era. In the last week, three new structures have been added to this collection. First is the WWII European Ruined Church/Cathedral, kit number 285CSS032. This ruined church is an impressive 4.75" x 2.625" x 3.750" tall (121mm x 67mm x 95mm) and will really stand out in a European city setting.

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New 20mm Middle East Building from GameCraft

GameCraft Miniatures has a new 20mm Middle Eastern Building available over in their webshop.
They're also donating 10% of their profits to Typhoon relief this week. So go and get some terrain and help out a good cause.



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From the announcement:

Brand new 20mm Middle Eastern building from GameCraft, available with or without removable roof and removable floors. Model features very detailed balcony. Version shown is 20MMDF151, the version with removable floors and removable roof is 20MMDF151-1.



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New X-Wing Movement Templates available from GameCraft Miniatures

GameCraft Miniatures has new movement templates available for the X-Wing Miniatures Game from Fantasy Flight Games.



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These laser cut MDF templates will last much longer than the cardboard templates that come with the core game set.

Please note that there are two versions of these templates available, one set has the arrows and numbers engraved deeply into the surface of the MDF creating sunken 3-dimensional numbers and arrows, the other version has the numbers and arrows outline engraved only. The deep 3-dimensional engraving makes for a much cooler effect but takes 3 times as much machine time to make, therefore they cost a bit more than the simpler outline engraved templates.



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New 20mm Shantytown Buildings available from GameCraft Miniatures

Gamecraft Miniatures gives your tabletop some more options for terrain with the release of their new 20mm Shantytown Buildings.



From the announcement:

Today GameCraft Miniatures have released the first three buildings in this new series. Three more designs are on the workbench and will be added to the line in the next week. Also 15mm and 285th scale versions will be coming in the near future.

Shanty Town buildings that are perfect for many regions of the globe from the Middle East to the Far East to Africa. These buildings are common where common building supplies are either not available or are simply too expensive for the locals ... they use whatever they can find and make due.



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