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I just finished painting my first Tabletop World terrain piece and wrote up a bit of a review of Tabletop World terrain.

https://thegrumpygnome.home.blog/2021/06/11/well-thats-tabletop-world-a-review/

My wife and I are big fans of Tabletop World. We find it extremely well made, very characterful and particularly like when the pieces have playable interior space. But it is expensive and being resin somewhat fragile.

But what do you think of Tabletop World terrain?

Rick, the Grumpy Gnome

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Our local gaming store invested in a bunch of them years and years ago. They're good quality, fun to paint. But they're way too small, relative to what they're supposed to be.

I can understand this from a practical standpoint, where you might not want to produce buildings of X size for fear they may cost too much, or that they would be too large (Marvel Crisis Protocol's buildings actually suffer from the same problem), but relative to what they're supposed to represent, and for 28mm or 32mm figures to move around in them, it just ruins the immersion for me.

   
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Some of their newer buildings have taken customer feedback into account and gone to a 32mm scale to allow for more playable space.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_759TuvVRwc

Rick, the Grumpy Gnome

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