Thursday Terrain Corner
The work week continues along. We’re in that second-half slide towards the weekend. And I’m excited for it, since I’ve got a great weekend lined up. My new gaming mat should be here today or tomorrow, and I’ve got lots of baking to do. I mean, what could be better? Nothing. That’s what. Speaking of gaming mats, let’s get your gaming tables looking as good as possible.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Unlocks and Stretch Goals Posted For Dragonlock 3, StudioLevel Terrain Coming To Kickstarter, and Heroic Maps – Storeys: Harwenna’s Tower Available Now.
New stretch reward unlocked, and new goals added!
Salute, my name is Sebastian – StudioLevel founder. I’m a professional wargaming terrain designer & maker. In my workshop I create, still with passion, original battlefield finest supplement for most popular 28mm miniature hobby. I offer you high quality, unique, carefully painted, ready to battle, real texture gameboards, custom multiple sets or single models for your game mat. Miniatures conversion enthusiast, collector and painter after work. Recently my friend Tom joined me. He is a specialist in 3D modeling, film maker and photographer. Together we work on our first Kickstarter project so stay tuned !!
The Elven Witch Harwenna had this tower built in the 12th Age, when the ice sheets still covered the north and the sea levels were lower. And now, despite millenia having passed, the tower still stands, a testament to Elven construction. The name lives on in the small communities of Elves that live in the region still, and whilst the tower is now empty, overgrown and crumbling, some say it still retains some of the magic of the original owner.
A set of printable battlemaps compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. Use as a standalone gameboard, or combine with any same-scale tileset.
Contents: A set of multi-level battlemaps, depicting a ruined Elven tower in a forest setting. The 20×20 ground floor shows the crumbling ruins in the woods, and each of the 5 subsequent levels has a cracked floor of ornately decorated Elven marble, overgrown with plants and vines. Aside from the ground and 5th floors, the rest can be arranged in any order.