Episode 034; Sanctus Reach: Hour of the Wolf part I

In our 34th episode,

Mark and Peter discuss hobby progress, fun with Play-Doh and other sure to be interesting topics.

Segment 1: We continue our Sanctus Reach coverage with the third campaign supplement: Hour of the Wolf

Segment 2: Mark walks us through a narrative mission he created for RockCon and we also answer some narrative questions from listeners.

Battle for Detros Mitus: Lord Commissar Henesun is on a mission directed from the Adeptus Administratum with the sole purpose of bringing the Imperial forces on Detros Mitus back from the brink of despair. There is only one place to begin that journey.

(music in this audio drama is Head Space 2 provided by Thomas Prislac of PDXvoiceteacher)

Episode 034

Drop the Base

We are back again to cover more from Systema Gaming.  In this article it’s all about that base.  Base – O is Systema Gamings other great terrain series.  They sent me a few of these kits to give away to some lucky listeners, so stay to the end to find out how you can win some sweet kits.

I really like the look of the Base-O series.  It gives me a lot of creative ideas on how to use them, deep bug outpost, scientific research facility, warzone medical station, mining facility to name a few.

Let’s take a closer look.  They have some great buildings in this series, to many to show them all.  Like the Futura City series, these are stackable and adjustable.  These are high quality mdf kits.  I’ve seen the kits close up and now I want to see a Base-O on my table in future narrative games.

Looking for other building options, go to Systema Gaming and check out the different combo ideas they have put together.

 

What would an outpost be without accessories?

Command centers, generators, laser barriers and more, these accessories are just plain cool.

I won’t stop there.  Let’s spice up the exteriors that make staking the kits more exciting.  As I say in the Apoc Luck, Go Big or Go Home and these extras allow you to go big and look good doing it.  Walkways, storage tanks, helipads and so much more.

 

Mdf terrain has come along way and Systema Gaming is one of the few on the leading edge.

You add these kits to a collection of kits I’ve shown you in previous months and you would be the envy of your gaming neighborhood.

Go check out what Systema Gaming has to offer.  Follow them on Facebook at Systema Gaming.

To enter in our model terrain company of the month giveaways, like the NGC40k Podcast Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @ngc40k.  A random winner is drawn at the end of the month.

 

The Futura is Here

November is here.  It’s snowing in some places and warming up in others.  Pay that no heed.  It’s always a great time to game.

The Model Terrain Company of November is Systema Gaming.  They feature high end mdf and acrylic terrain and accessories.  I’m always wowed by what’s out there and Systema Gaming had me stopping in my web searching tracks with excitement.

As I was once told it is about creating a sense of place.  Systema Gaming Futura City terrain gives you the ability to create a unique district with loads of possibilities.

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The Futura City terrain is stackable, expandable and easily combined with like kits.

The combinations Systema Gaming has created will have your brain bursting with new ideas.  Low store fronts to towering high rises, there is a lot of opportunity to create an incredible city district.

City scapes are not complete without scatter terrain and Systema Gaming has plenty of that available for this terrain series.  From roof top units, planters, signs and more, they definitely have you covered.

 

Go check out what Systema Gaming has to offer.  Follow them on Facebook at Systema Gaming.

To enter in our model terrain company of the month giveaways, like the NGC40k Podcast Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @ngc40k.  A random winner is drawn at the end of the month.