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UK Games Expo 2018: Saturday Live Blog

UK Games Expo 2018: Saturday Live Blog

Terrain Mats with Deep Cut Studio [PRIZE]

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Ben stops by with Kostas with Deep Cut Studio to look at some of the terrain maps they have available on the show floor. Deep Cut supply a lot of the mats for the weekender show but they also do branded mats with Steamforged for Guild Ball.

Comment below to win a Falconers Guild Ball Mat!

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seldon9
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2480xp

I’ve got their Dropfleet orbital, night mat and it’s superb.

mephiston1216
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164xp

That is a nice mat!

bennu
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348xp

Like the idea of the plain black mat

eddator227
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679xp

AMAZING STUFF!!

falerox
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473xp

Really nice stuff there!

terrordactyl
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266xp

Interesting rolling trays, haven’t seen those before.

lawnor
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2554xp

I do really like their mats. I’m sat here painting up the hunters guild, who pair up with the falconers so that pitch would be very nice for them.

konrad270982
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161xp

I’ve always wanted to get one of their mats for SciFi/Fantasy play. They look class!

falcon86866
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60xp

Deep Cut has a lot of great mats!

alninio
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279xp

Their Guildball pitches are lovely, damn them….

rickyard
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456xp

Got one of their mats and it really stands out, it looks incredibly detailed and amazing…

carabus
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234xp

I have never tried these mats

felfeni
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299xp

Looks cool 🙂

ahren78
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298xp

Awesome mats.

richdean
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355xp

MY son made me get a mortician mat from them – my friend plays morticians 🙁 Awesome mat though

doomzombie
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467xp

Lovely mats, and all those different designs gives us the player a wide range to pick from. Don`t own one yet, but i will one day.

kayrack
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386xp

I’ll admit a new guild ball mat is a pretty sweet prize

warbossd
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294xp

This guild ball mat will be perfect to go with our kick off starter I bought for the club at this years show. Fingers crossed.

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