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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.

And as happens every week, we've rolled back around to Monday. It was an... interesting weekend. The "chill" did happen. Though I did do some cooking. I made Igor Bars. But not much else... Watched a lot of stand-up comedy on Netflix. Sometimes you just need a "chill" weekend. And that's exactly what I needed. But I still thought of gaming. A Friend came over and we played a bit of Guild Ball on Friday before he had to go. But, seeing as it's Monday, let's get your gaming tables looking good.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Plastcraft Games Previews New Post-Apocalyptic Terrain, New Mousepad Mats Available From Pwork Wargame, Heroic Maps - Teoyohtlan Jungle: Cave of the Golden Tombs now Available, and The Bantam Alley - Wargaming Terrain Extras Kickstarter Happening Now.

Graven Games comes back to the news feed with their StudioLevel Ruined Buildings review article.


From the article:

Welcome to today’s review in which we are looking at some of the fantastically detailed terrain from StudioLevel, a unique, Polish brand who manufacture original handmade and professionally painted scenery, terrain, and accessories for miniature wargames. We contacted Sebastian at StudioLevel who kindly sent us a sample of his ruined buildings for review. These building are perfect for 28mm skirmish and wargames including Warhammer 40k.