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Tabletop Workshop: 28mm Castle Ready for Pre-Order

TW 28mm Castle Packaging

Tabletop Workshop, one of the leading companies in the miniature games terrain universe, has announced that their 28mm Castle is now ready for pre-order. This castle is their biggest project yet, and they’ve had it pre-funded through their website. We’ve reviewed the Cottage and Chapel terrain buildings from this company and were really pleased with their work. The amount of attention they’ve put into this castle ensures that it will no doubt be a centerpiece for your gaming adventures.

Here’s a word from the company:

We are thrilled to announce that the brand new tremendous 28mm Basic Castle Set is now available to pre-order. This huge set includes 12 individual Castle kits, which consist of all the parts required to make a Square Castle. If a Square Castle isn’t your thing, don’t worry! As the Tower Wall Connector Sets can be placed into the Tower at different angles, gamers can design a totally different shape of fortification. Furthermore, as the the kits are fully modular, you can create longer, taller or even smaller Castle Walls and Towers.

The Basic Castle set consists of:

  • 4 x Round Fortified Towers
  • 3 x Standard Castle Walls
  • 1 x Castle Wall Gate
  • 4 x Tower Wall Connector Sets

TW 28mm Castle Parts

The castle sets will be shipping out soon, and you can snag yours for around $228. This is a huge discount by pre-ordering, since Tabletop Workshop has stated that the value of the four round towers is nearly $200 alone. You can get more information on the set and slap down your own pre-order by checking out the castle’s page on the Tabletop Workshop site.


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