Wow, more high praise. Thank you! The terrain mats are of various make. However I have been most pleased with two particular brands. Zuzzy and Fat Mats.Arcarius2001 wrote: ↑Tue Jul 10, 2018 11:01 am
Wow, just so much wow!! The story, the amazingly huge table (how big is that thing?!), the minis, the trees, the MBA collection, the gypsy wagons (!!!), the palisade, the insanely clever abandoned windmill....I am on overload!!
I agree with Feymous, you have very lucky players indeed!
You have a nice selection of terrain mats too! Are they all from the same place?
Fat Mats are just awesome! You get a nice carrying case to keep them in, and they are labeled so if you have a number of them, you can easily find which one you are looking for. They have a very thick backing, much like a mouse pad. They roll out flat each and every time, with no wrinkles. Perfect memory. I couldn't speak more highly of them. Careful which mat you get from Fat Mats though, as they have two basic types. I believe the one I am referring to is the Pro Mat. Could be wrong there though.
I don't think you can get Zuzzy mats any longer. A shame really. The guy that made them did them all by hand. He also had a back log of almost a year to fulfill his orders, he was absolutely atrocious at communication as well. He closed up shop because he basically made a whole bunch of people mad at him. His mats through are amazing. They are latex, or latex like, and the entire mat has texture to it. That's right, the rocks, fallen logs, grass...everything. It isn't so high as to make miniatures unstable, but it does feel incredible to the touch. They come unpainted though, and I had to paint mine. I really like how mine turned out. Only regret is I should have bought more.
(in case missed from previous posts. The adventure continues. https://imgur.com/a/Kp7dMPG )