Review posted of Tabletop Workshop’s Cottage and Chapel terrain piece

By Polar_Bear
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Dec 9th, 2013
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Wargame News and Terrain has posted up a review of the new Medieval Cottage and Chapel terrain piece from Tabletop Workshop.

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From the review:

Wargame News and Terrain has recently finished a fully illustrated review of the newly released Tabletop Workshop plastic medieval cottage and chapel. Interested in these new hard plastic and modular 28mm buildings, please take a look.

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  • Darsc Zacal

    They look like nice enough buildings but strike me as a bit plain. Perhaps I’m just spoiled by Tabletop Worlds pieces.

  • blackfang

    Budget quality at GW prices, winning combo.

    • Gallahad

      My thoughts exactly.

  • Riquende

    Puts me in mind of Mantic’s new Deadzone sprues, but a Fantasy version. If they had the same sort of modularity/volume/price, they might have a decent product here (for people needing to make a passable medieval village on a budget).

  • 4tonmantis

    Well, they’re cheaper than Thormarillion, Tabletop World, Miniature Building Authority, Manorhouse Workshop, Kobblestone (slightly), Stronghold, Eslo, etc. Admittedly it’s difficult to match these exactly as some are larger or smaller but these guys are also not budget as many including Armorcast and Amera still list lower than these guys for similar products. To me the thing that is a bit of a let down with these, is that they are extremely “vanilla”. There are certainly plenty of instances where that’s exactly the ticket but there is an opportunity for character with these kits that seems to have been missed.