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    Avatar photoPeter Berry
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    We have launched a new range of very, very small-scale buildings in our Teeny Tiny Terrain section.

    There is a brand-new video available here which explores the concept in greater detail, but put simply, we are replacing single larger building models with lots of much smaller ones.    For example, a small town is no longer just a couple of buildings its 50 or 60 of them, giving a much truer to life impression of just what is being contested on the tabletop.

    We’ve kicked off in the Ancients period with a lovely Middle Eastern Hill town.

    A spectacular Celtic Hill Fort

    And where would we be without the Romans adding a few straight lines and a sense of order?

     

    We’ve started the process of catering for later periods with a lovely little, small town,

    And a fortified version.

    You can find all the new releases here, but do have a look at the video.  The narrator is a man of wit, wisdom strength of purpose and a rather tenuous grasp on reality…

    #198431
    Avatar photowillz
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    Cool.

    #198440
    Avatar photoAndrew Beasley
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    Video is:

     

    #198446
    Avatar photoMr. Average
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    Any plans to do a deal with someone to stock these in the USA?

    #198447
    Avatar photoNot Connard Sage
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    That’s one hell of a swimming pool…

     

    Obvious contrarian and passive aggressive old prat, who is taken far too seriously by some and not seriously enough by others.

    #198451
    Avatar photoMike Headden
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    That’s one hell of a swimming pool…

     

    You need somewhere to hold your Naumachia! 🙂

    There are 100 types of people in the world, those who understand binary and those who can work from incomplete data

    #198454
    Avatar photoIvan Sorensen
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    You could turn a large table into an entire geographical region. Absolutely stellar little pieces.

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