Advent Calendar 10

It’s double digits, time to get real!

Today’s advent calendar door lets us have a peek at what’s coming in 2020 for our MDF Tabletop Scenics range, and today it’s a big one – literally.

We’re happy to show off today a kit that’s been looming over the office recently. It’s a brand new tower for the Streets of Venice range.

But what’s so special about this tower? Well, it’s massive.

Can you see our little scale Capodecina in that second picture?

This thing is so huge, it’s basically and entire game in itself.

The old Venetian Tower was pretty big, but absolutely unplayable in games of Carnevale. The new Crisostomo Tower solved that issue by making a useful sized kit with some window boxes for climbing onto. It also comes in at half the price of the old one, which is nice!

However, we wanted to make something that was a true centrepiece for you gaming tables, so the San Geremia Tower was born.

Standing at approximately 700mm tall, it will certainly stick out on your board! The kit comes in five sections which slot together. That allows you access to the interior top floor, and makes storage much easier.

It also has a bunch of platforms that you can add on in different places, which means your miniatures will have somewhere to take a breather whilst climbing this centrepiece.

Speaking of which, do you want to see what it looks like on a board? We did!

As you can see, it really is a monolith of a kit! This is possibly even one of the tallest buildings we’ve ever made (Galaxy Building notwithstanding)

 

This massive tower will be out early 2020, so Carnevale fans and Streets of Venice fans alike won’t have long to wait!

In the meantime, we have loads of Streets of Venice scenery available now, including the extremely popular Venetian Block from our special White Box Bundles, so head over to the TTCombat webstore to check those out.

Equally, with Xmas just around the corner, there’s no better time to pick up a copy of Carnevale and try it out for yourself. It’s fun!

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