It seems this past week has had me working on several projects simultaneously but not really making any progress on any of them. “Waffling” was the term an old economics professor liked to use, although I prefer the term “prepping”. I have a few things to post this week and hopefully they’ll all catch their stride now that some things are in place. I could have posted them all as separate topics but why not throw everything on the table at once? It is more fun that way right?
First is the DIY World Hex map:
This has been made using the same technique as the skirmish Battle Board but using a 1 inch hex instead of a 2 inch:
Back during the holiday break my brother-in-law and I spent an afternoon creating a handful of little buildings using trim wood. We used a band saw and a belt sander and came up with quite a little collection of village pieces.
They’ve been sitting patiently waiting for their turn in the queue along with all the other projects. These will be used as markers designating resource centers and city/skill upgrades for the game.
I also received my resource tokens from Mayday Games. This is the King’s Deluxe Wooden Token Set and the Energy/Lightning Bolt Token set. They will represent the resources stone, wood, gold and faith.
Another project that I finished was the Linka Farm House:
I took break last weekend and tried out some the rules I’m using to see if they transfer over to a dungeon crawl solo run. Nothing too heavy, as it needs some adjustments for that setting, but I think it will work for a quick play set of rules or one for kids, families, or those just getting into tabletop dungeon crawls.
After posting all of this I suppose that I actually have made some progress. The nice things about this blog is it does help to keep me focused and on track with where I’ve been, where I’m at, and where I’m going. So my goal next week is to work on the World Map and get it to the point where I can start some play-testing on that side of the game.
Thanks for dropping by,