Rob A Roman Bakery With Sarissa Precisions’ New Terrain

May 24, 2022 by brennon

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Sarissa Precision has added a new building to their range for those battling on the Streets Of Rome. Previously available in the Gangs Of Rome: Bread & Circuses set, this Roman Bakery can now be snapped up and added to your 28mm Historical collection.

Roman Bakery - Sarissa Precision

Roman Bakery // Sarissa Precision

This terrain piece comes with flour grinding mills, oven space and the shop front counter where the baker sells their goods. The building also comes with separate floors allowing you to skirmish from the ground floor all the way to the rooftop.

Roman Bakery Interior - Sarissa Precision

Roman Bakery Interior // Sarissa Precision

As mentioned, this Bakery was initially part of a Gangs Of Rome set so it's neat to see it get re-added to their webstore. Cutting off the food supply for a portion of the city or burning down the premises of a particular gang seems like a pretty good way to start a scrap.

I quite like that the set is very open and provides plenty of space to move miniatures around inside. There wouldn't be much point in having a building designed for skirmish games where you couldn't move around inside comfortably!

As well as the Roman Bakery, you can also get your hands on some new Broken Carts.

Broken Carts - Sarissa Precision

Broken Carts // Sarissa Precision

These aren't specifically Roman I would guess but they seem like a good way to barricade the front and rear of the Bakery above as you set it on fire! You could also use them defensively as the gang who owns the Bakery, moving them across the street to stop someone from ransacking your property.

Are you going to be snapping up either of these sets for your own tabletops?

"Cutting off the food supply for a portion of the city or burning down the premises of a particular gang seems like a pretty good way to start a scrap..."

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