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One of Raine's biggest hobbies has always been gaming. It all started with an Atari and spread out to Yu-Gi-Oh!, Magic: the Gathering, and Dungeons & Dragons. As an artist, Raine takes pride in painting models for games as well as making his own terrain. He's also been a writer for many years, working both in the journalism industry and writing pieces of fiction. He decided to create Initiative : Tabletop as a platform to talk about all things gaming that he simply thought were cool, and reviewing games became a part of it!

Merchant and Town House Now Available from Tabletop Workshop

Tabletop Workshop Merchants House

Tabletop Workshop, the company that brought us the Chapel and Cottage terrain homes for wargaming/RPG games, has just released two new pieces in their medieval line: the Merchant’s House and Town House. These 28mm terrain pieces are cast in hard plastic and are perfect for many different tabletop games. They’re the exact quality you’d expect from Tabletop Workshop, and if you want to see a bit more about their products in detail check out our video review of the Chapel and Cottage.

Tabletop Workshop Town House

The buildings assemble nicely, requiring no glue. The roofs can be interchanged between buildings, and they can be removed at any time to allow for interior exploration and more. With these two new products we get a second floor to allow for models to be placed on both levels of the building.

Both the Town House and Merchant’s House will run you close to $40, but with what I’ve seen from the company the price is definitely worth it. While both buildings appear to be the same, the Merchant’s House has a bit more flair to it than the Town House, which can be expected. After all, it is a Merchant’s House. If you’re looking for something to spice up your table, give Tabletop Workshop a look!


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