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Loke BattleMats is running a campaign for their third "Set of 2 spiral-bound Battle Map Books for RPG", after Dungeons and Town and Taverns.
Loke has finished shipping their previous KS, and has fulfilled all six of their previous KS. The Wilderness Battle Map Books follow the same format as their previous two.
Loke BattleMats will also have digital maps for VTT at a low price, including freebies.
Previous SG's included free vinyl cling sets (reusable stickers) and Little Book (supplementary maps).
I have a review of their Town and Taverns Battle Map Books on RPG.net, as well as some other of their maps, Dungeon Little Book, and vinyl clings.
Notification link : https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/gamingbooks/the-wilderness-books-of-modular-maps-for-tabletop-roleplay
No painting... all magnets... 3x3 tiles. Creators have a few manufacturing KS under their belt, although magnetic tiles seem to be a new thing.
Prices include shipping to most areas.
Anyway, watch the videos. The houses look a little clunky, but take a look at that tower in the last seconds of the intro video.
As suggested by Pochi on her Cottage WIP, I'm starting this new topic today to show you my progress on building my little world. I'll be assembling, converting and painting buildings a scenery to edify my own country side village.
I've been eyeing Tabletop World products for a while and recently desided to go for it and placed my first order. I'll launch my WIP with the Water Well since I already started assembling it and primed it. I think it's the perfect piece to start with. It's easy to assemble and any village needs a good source of fresh water to survive and flourish.
Like I said, I already started to assemble it. The Water Weel comes in six parts. Here, I've assembled the otw side posts and the rotating rope beam to the stone well. Just like Pochi and Tiniest rhombus in is WIP, I chose to use white primer to obtain brighter colors when I'll start painting. There wasn't much if any mold lines at all on the parts, so I simply cleaned everything to make sure that all the mold release product was washed.
So I had a table at a different con from my usual this Labor Day. CelestiCon is still looking for a new venue, so I tried out PacifiCon Game Expo in Santa Clara, which has been around for a pretty long time now (used to be in San Mateo at the old Dunfey Hotel back when it used to look like a big, mini golf castle).
But anyway, here are some shots taken before, and some taken during the con, of some of the stuff.
Here's a couple of "steampunk cemetery" pieces (Stryker and Ironclad shown for scale only).
Here are some landminds/old bombs/fallen satellites/whatever you'd like to call them.
Here are some big pipes, sort of exploded up out of the ground.