Is it Thursday again already? This week seems to be just flying by.
So that means it’s time once again for a Terrain Corner, so we can make your tabletop look as good as possible while you’re out there gaming.
In this batch we have: Heroic Maps releases Pyrringham Village, Deep-Cut Studio wargames terrain mats are now available on mousepad material, and Heroic Maps releases Geomorphs: Winter Wilderness Ruins.
A 20 x 20 village map depicting an a small village or hamlet. There is a village store selling general goods, and a cluster of houses around the road. The houses are furnished simply – a few beds, tables and chests. There is a little space outside where the villagers are able to grow a few crops to bolster their meagre diet.
Major news announcement! Our wargames terrain mats are now available on mousepad material along with previous choices of PVC and cloth. That’s more than 50 new various themes and sizes. Mousepad mats are manufactured on a cloth with a 2mm thick non-slippery rubber foam backing. It ensures instant flatness of the gaming surface, easy card handling on the table, silent dice rolling. The paint are soaked into the material, meaning they will never scratch off. Check them out at our website and grab some while limited supplies last.
Winter Wilderness Ruins is a printable battlemap compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. It can be used as a standalone gameboard, or combined with any same-scale tileset.
Winter Wilderness Ruins is a geomorphic set, comprising 12 10×10 square battlemaps which can be arranged in multiple layouts. The set features large stone ruins amid an icy landscape, with statues, tombs and arcane symbols waiting to be discovered. Winter Wilderness Ruins is ideal for RPG games, and also for skirmish games like Warhammer and Frostgrave.