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Spellcasters love their spellbooks. More than just a list of spells they can cast, they will often trick them out and make them look approriately interesting. That's what we've got going on with the Necromancy Spellbook for Pathfinder 2nd Edition that's up on Indiegogo now. Have yourself a look.

Steve Jackson Games has jumped from Kickstarter to Indiegogo for their latest project. They're looking to expand the amount of Ogre miniatures you have at your disposal. They're looking to turn some of the older, hard-to-find metal miniatures that they used to make into new, plastic versions. So, if you're looking for futuristic tanks the size of city blocks, this is your place to go.

Escape from Orodor is a new fantasy RPG that's up on Indiegogo now. Heavily based around visuals and the shared storytelling world, it seeks to fully immerse its players in a fantasy world. You can go check out the campaign now.

All that's going down around castle Ravenrock is coming to a head. Will the town be saved? Will evil prevail? That's up to you to decide in Mystery at Ravenrock, the next chapter in the Menace at Ravenreach adventure path from Frog God Games. The adventure is up on Indiegogo now.

The world is a busy, messy, turbulent place. Creating a world of your own will involve just as much in terms of philosophy, religion, politics, and more. But many GMs find it hard to figure out how all that stuff should work. That's where Ethnographic References comes in. It's a handy e-book supplement that gives you information on how to integrate all sorts of extra lore and realism into your games. The book is up on Indiegogo now.

In the beginning, creatures of the different elements of Earth, Wind, (and) Fire, and Water lived in harmony on a single island. However, as time went on, tensions grew, and eventually, war were declaired. In the end, four elemental Protectors were summoned by the island itself to right everything. That's the story and where you come in in Mythical Island, a new tile-laying game coming soon to Indiegogo.

This holiday season, many gaming groups will be getting together, and why not pull out a special scenario for those sessions? Here, we have How Orcus Stole Christmas, a new adventure for 5th Edition, Pathfinder, and Sword & Sorcery. The book is up on Indiegogo now.

The multiverse is collapsing. Different realities are slamming into each-other and being destroyed. Only one will be able to stand at the end, including its inhabitants, which includes all the various super-powered characters therein. In Superverse, players will build and fight with their own homemade superheroes. Who will be the last one standing in the end? The game is up on Indiegogo now.

Friday! Woo!

Gateway to the weekend, I'm ready to get home, order some pizza, and relax for a couple days. But before I get to that, I need to stock up on some bite-sized gaming stories.

Today on the platter we have: Nero Dice Up On Indiegogo, Mimic Storage Chest Up On Kickstarter, Dark-Art Studios Running Fierce Warriors & Monsters Kickstarter, and Overlight: Deluxe Spirit Dice Now Available.

Never trust anyone over 30.
It's an old saying, but in Children of the Fall, it's extra-true. Mostly, because chances are that anyone over 30 was morphed by an apocalyptic event that's turned them into cannibalistic remorseless killers. This post-apocalyptic, GM-less RPG is up on Indiegogo now.
The latest teams to come out for Guild Ball, the Farmer's Guild and the Blacksmith's Guild, have both been in pre-constructed boxes, with the figures made out of PVC. Meanwhile, the original teams have only been consolidated into team boxes. Well, Steamforged is looking to switch entirely over to that new format, and bringing the original Guilds to that new style is on the docket. To test the waters to see if this is something you, the players, want, they have launched Indiegogo campaigns in order to get the first two of those teams made, the Butchers and the Fishermen. The campaigns are limited to 800 each, as that's the break-even point on tooling and creating the teams. From there, they'll go to retail... if the campaigns succeed. They are up and running now.
Ok, now I can finally talk about Thursday's Terrain Corner, because it's actually Thursday. While I still woke up thinking it was Friday, my mind's recalibrated and it actually does feel like a Thursday (being in my Thursday shirt helps, though I was also in my Wednesday shirt yesterday and that still had me feeling off, so there's that). Anyway, with a long weekend for many of us coming up, I hope you'll have some time to game. And, when gaming, it's good to have good looking gaming tables.

In the Terrain Corner today we have: New Kits Available To Pre-order From Plastcraft, New Battle Map Available For for Memoir ’44, MapForge Battle Map Creator Up On Indiegogo, and Dark Gotham Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.

The digital world is becoming more and more important in our everyday lives. Hell, I work online. You're reading this on some electronic device (unless you have someone print out all these articles for you and then hands you the hard copy, which just seems odd...). All of these items run using programs. So having knowledge of programming language is a handy skill to have. Well, Battle of Golems looks to help you learn basics of programming while also letting you play a cool game. It's up on Indiegogo now.
Many people have dreamed of opening their own business. Hell, just the other day I was thinking of opening up a gaming shop/bakery. I'd call it "Dice and Dough" and the motto would be "That's what we roll!" You could have a game of 40k or Guild Ball and then to celebrate your victory/get over your defeat, you could go and eat some freshly-baked cookies. Well, in Business Mania, a new board game that's up on Indiegogo, you will be opening up your own businesses, looking to build them up, sabotage your opponent's businesses, and look to make it to the top.
Well, it's happened. The world has once more come to an end. Damnit, Todd! I told you to not push that button labeled, "don't push this button." But the nuclear bombs have fallen and it's time to see what's left. Unfortunately, that means dealing with all the radioactive mutated creatures on the surface. That's what you're going to be doing in Afterbomb Madness, a new post-apocalyptic sci-fi RPG up on Indiegogo.
I think it's safe to say that if you're here on the site (or following us on Social Media), you're a fan of board games. However, learning a new game can, at times, be a bit of a chore. Even a good rulebook can sometimes leave you with questions. That's where Dized comes in. It's a new app that helps you learn board games while you play them. The campaign to fund the app is up on Indiegogo now.
"What goes around, comes around." "You reap what you sow." "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." "Don't be an ass." "You brought this upon yourself." Basically, all of those say much the same thing. The way you act and treat others is going to come back to you. Karma, a storytelling game that's up on Indiegogo now, has that same sort of "cosmic balance" thing going on with it.
The NFL Draft was held recently. Lots of people are excited about the upcoming season. Many of those people are also gamers. If you want to have another tabletop football game, check out Gridiron PowerRun. It's a real-time, dexterity game that's over on Indiegogo now.
Well, we're halfway there, everyone. Next weekend is as far ahead of us as the previous one is behind us. Just gotta power through another 2.5 days and we'll be back at Saturday. Ah, glorious Saturday. But if we're going to get there, we should recharge ourselves with some bite-sized gaming stories.

On the platter today we have: Scotia Grendel Posts New Releases, Now available: More round and oval Stonefloor Bases and Deals From Tabletop-Art, Tattoo Ink Card Deck Up On Indiegogo, Tiny Tin Troops Wargame Supplies & Services Launches New Website, XCase Clear Modular Miniatures Display and Transport On Kickstarter, RN Estudio Launches Mythexplorers Kickstarter, Native Renegades from Blind Beggar Miniatures now on Kickstarter, and Brigade Models Releases New 6mm and 15mm Yenpalo Aliens.

The woods are always a bit of a place of mystery. Since ancient times, they've been where witches and monsters live. But you're young and strong and want to prove your worth. So you're headed into those woods, to face off against whatever you might find. Will you come out the victor? Or will you become some dragon's lunch? That's the story behind Alien Wood, a new card game that's up now on Indiegogo.
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.

I'm well-adjusted. I am really athletic. I just appear to be fat. All women want to date me and all men wish they were me. #alternativefacts
Sometimes reality doesn't quite match up with what you think should be happening. When push comes to shove, you can either change your view to match with reality, or simply reject their reality and substitute your own (who knew Adam would say such prophetic words?). That's just what you get to do in Alternative Facts, a new party card game that's up on Indiegogo now.
Back when I was working on my History Master's degree (I'll go back and finish it at some point... ... ...), I had a lot of interest in WWI. It really was, in my view, the first "modern war" and certainly what set the foundation for the rest of the 20th century. So when I see games based on it, considering how many are based on WWII, it instantly has my attention. As such, I'm definitely looking into Somme: Life in the Saps, a new card game that's up on Indiegogo.
It has been a busy week.
Work has been full of time working on (redacted). I can't wait until I can tell you all about it. Other than that, I'm making pizza tonight. And by that, I mean I made my own sauce from scratch, and the dough ball that will be the crust is currently in the fridge, slowly rising. It'll be brought out when I get home. The only thing I didn't do was cure my own bacon, grind my own Italian sausage, or make my own mozzarella cheese... though I could possibly do those first two, and might at some point. And as for tomorrow, it's Board Game Day at the Milton Library, where I'll be playing Guild Ball and Fujian Trader. Hopefully you have your own gaming plans lined up. With all that going on, it's best to load up on some bite-sized gaming stories.

Today we have: Ancestral Ruins Bases 20x20mm and 25x25mm Now Available From Tabletop-Art, Arcane Arts gets a face lift, Zen Bins Destiny Storage Trays Up On Kickstarter, Titan-forge Launches Dragon Empire Kickstarter, More Info Posted About Trollkins Indiegogo Campaign, New Ultimate Barrage Template from Pyrkol, Desert Basing Kit Available From Gale Force Nine, Khurasan releases Oceanic Republic NF range, and New Weekend Promo from Kromlech.

Nuclear Shrimp Games has launched their Indiegogo campaign for their brand new sci-fi miniatures game, Black Earth. Take control of your own band of troopers in this near-future (the game's set in 2070) game.