New Arrivals to the Streets of Venice!

The housing crisis in Venice has gotten worse since the Rent tore a hole in the Italian sky! Thankfully we’ve added new homes to the Streets of Venice range and these are perfect for the Guild or so the Patricians say.

The rulers of the city have again listened to the cries of the populace and provided even more new homes, but how can we put this kindly…. they didn’t do a good job? No, that would be too kind as these buildings are barely standing.

We present to you the latest MDF buildings to grace Venice.

Gèto Rifformati

This used to be a beautiful set of 3 buildings that when combined formed a grand structure. However, its days of splendor are long gone and are certainly not suitable for dignified Venetians but perfect for the Guild or Gifted. Thanks to its various building heights and the ability to be split, the Rifformati is perfect for filling out a Carnevale board.

The Modular Venetian kits all work together to form something better than the sum of their parts and you can pick up this addition today for £16.

Gèto del Pozzo

Gèto del Pozzo is home to the monsters who destroyed these structures. But yet again, those finically savvy Patricians sold this ruin to an unsuspecting merchant looking for a fixer-upper… the fool. However, one man’s pity is another’s playground for fast-paced combat. Like all of our Venetian Modular kits, the Gèto del Pozzo is ideal for splitting across a Carnevale board or used to form a singular large structure.

You’ll be able to pick up this ruined kit today for £16.

Calle al Ponte da Lucca

Oh, this is very nice! Those who enjoy the high society of Carnevale might just want to keep hold of the Calle al Ponte da Lucca. The Modular kit offers 3 individual buildings with varying heights that can be joined together or spread across a tabletop. Finally, we are excited to hear stories of players attempting a jump from one balcony to the other before leaping onto an enemy.

You’ll be able to pick up the Calle al Ponte da Lucca today for £16.

That’s it, We’ll be back on Sunday with the first Sunday Spotlight article. 

Looking for your next hobby project? Want something to build and paint? Remember to check out the TTCombat Webstore as you may find your next project there! If you’re planning on ordering these and painting them up, or have any other painted TTCombat scenery, make sure to send photos of your finished kits to info@ttcombat.com and we will post them up for Monday Motivation!

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