Stunning Graveyard Comes To Tabletop World’s Kickstarter

March 24, 2021 by brennon

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Tabletop World is now back on Kickstarter with another fantastic looking 28/32mm Terrain. This time around, they are venturing into an ancient Graveyard which could be used in your Fantasy or Historical games.

Graveyard - Tabletop World

Graveyard Kickstarter // Tabletop World

Much like with their previous endeavour, this new Kickstarter is designed to fund the creation of exceptionally high-quality resin cast terrain for roleplaying games and wargames. Each of the pieces has been meticulously crafted and is packed with character, perfect for a spooky encounter with the undead.

Graveyard Layout #1 - Tabletop World

Graveyard Layout // Tabletop World

You can see some of the different elements that come together to create the full graveyard in these images here. There are crumbling walls, a towering gate, mausoleums, gravestones, shrines, chapels and more.

Graveyard Layout #2 - Tabletop World

Graveyard Layout // Tabletop World

Whilst the collection is shown here bunched together into a single graveyard, there's no reason that these elements couldn't be split up to create a larger tabletop. The walls give you lots of different options and you could place the gravestones, shrines and more on separate "bases" so that you can move them around. I think this would be perfect for those looking at the new Soulblight Gravelords from Games Workshop!

Pledge Option

There are some lower level pledges that allow you to dive in and just pick up the essentials. But, if you want to pick up loads of terrain pieces from this collection then you can take a look at the Priest Pledge.

Priest Pledge - Tabletop World

Priest Pledge // Tabletop World

As you can see, there are loads of options here including those creepy dead trees! As it stands, the Kickstarter campaign has been funded and the team are now looking to unlock lots of stretch goals to accent the terrain. Some lovely looking gargoyles are in the mix which is nice and gives a leering and oppressive feel to the terrain.

Tabletop World has done some excellent work in their past as you can see, this is looking just as good. It may cost you a little more than other terrain kits out there but if you really love your terrain painting and crafting beautiful tabletops, this is worth it.

Are you going to be checking out this campaign?

"Tabletop World has done some excellent work in their past as you can see, this is looking just as good..."

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