Thursday Terrain Corner

We're continuing our way along the work week. We've come over the middle of hump-day yesterday and are sliding our way to the weekend. As predicted, my Wednesday did seem to take a while, but as I mentioned, that's hardly anything new. We'll see about making today and tomorrow go by quickly so we can get to Free Comic Book Day, Cinco De Mayo, and gaming! And if we're gonna be gaming, we should make your gaming tables look good.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Modular Bridges - Riffled From Tabletop Scenics, Fenris Games Running Rubble City Kickstarter, and Heroic Maps - The Giants' Cave Now Available.



New Modular Bridges - Riffled From Tabletop Scenics



Contents of this frames may be used to make two three-segment birdges or one four-segment and one two-segment bridge. This is an options to be added to your Mechanicum structures, fully compatible with all ther releases of this line. Modular Bridges are interchangeable with each other. Supplied unassembled and unpainted. Designed for 28mm heroic scale.


Fenris Games Running Rubble City Kickstarter



In collaboration with renowned terrain sculptor the Lazy Forger we're launching a new modular resin ruin system designed to suit any number of tabletop settings. Start with a single 7" ruin or grab enough to entirely fill a 24x48" table with mazes of rubble. Have a peek on kickstarter !


Heroic Maps - The Giants' Cave Now Available



Exiled from their home, the two giants that found themselves in the lowlands decided that living like savages in a cave wasn't for them, and so ensured that there were some luxuries, like good beds and furniture. But, being a little bit savage, they also needed somewhere to keep the humans they captured to eat.


A printable battlemap compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. Use as a standalone gameboard, or combine with any same-scale tileset.

Contents: A 30 x 30 map depicting the home of two giants. The giants live in a cave, the entrance of which is decorated with huge tusks. The cave has living areas, cooking and eating areas, and also a pit in which captured humans are kept before being eaten. Piles of equipment taken from the victims can be found around the cave.