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Tabletop Workshop Previews New Barn and Stable

Tabletop Workshop Barn

Tabletop Workshop certainly isn’t slowing down on introducing new buildings to their medieval line. The company just recently released their Merchant House and Town House, and while they’re filling orders for these fine buildings they’ve announced yet another couple of pieces to add to your tabletop. Coming soon are the Barn and Stable.

Right now you can see the 3D-printed prototypes of the buildings, though the actual plastic pieces are still being manufactured. The buildings include cart wheels, horse shoes, pitch forks, and other small interior detail, being that the buildings are detailed inside and out. The parts, as always, clip together right out of the box, and the roofs can be swapped out between buildings on the fly.

Tabletop Workshop Stable

There isn’t a release date set yet on the Barn and Stable, but Tabletop Workshop tells us it will be well worth the wait. If their previous products were any testament, I fully stand behind the company’s word on this. I am looking forward to seeing more products released from Tabletop Workshop, and I hope they release some steampunk terrain soon!


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