October 18, 2016 by brennon
First up we have a piece that isn’t truly a terrain piece but could well be. This Church Dice Tower is a novel piece which would be good when included amidst the rest of your terrain on the tabletop. A hidden dice roller which you can use that doesn’t spoil the overall appearance of the tabletop is neat!
I like the addition of the gravestones in the base which will continue to knock and buffet the dice.
Following on from that we have some actual ruins starting with the Village Church Ruin which has fallen into disrepair.
It looks like the building has seen better days, the walls crumbling away and huge sections of it blasted apart. Maybe there was some strange magical explosion that rocked it or raiders burned it to the ground?
The different textures present here from the larger stonework to the brick, and the tiled roof give you plenty to get stuck into detail-wise.
A Town House Ruin also joins the collection to help bring this destroyed settlement to life.
Once again this has been utterly destroyed, the roof and most of the upper floor blasted apart. We’d need to get stuck in there with some of our scree and rubble to tell a bit of a story here.
What do you think of these kits?
"A hidden dice roller which you can use that doesn't spoil the overall appearance of the tabletop is neat!"