The Unholy Union arrives today!
No one knows what to do with the Unholy Union so the best course of action is to release this beast for the citizens to deal with…
You know the Unholy Union is going to be difficult to beat when Vlad Dracula barely survived his encounter with it! Luckily for the citizens of Venice, Vlad killed the only known example of this beast but nobody knows how many of these abominations the Doctors have managed to make. Besides this week’s latest addition to Carnevale, multiple new MDF kits are hitting the TTCombat website today.
The Unholy Union
The largest monstrosity made by the Doctors to date, it’s amazing that there are any citizens left in Venice. With an orgy of limbs, heads, abdomens, and even a bottom or two, this monster will be difficult to beat. With Vlad struggling to take this monster down, ”Every swing cut off more pieces and yet still it seemed unending” – BOTW Page 51. Likely to be slow in the game, it’s also likely this monster will be able to fit through spaces smaller than its base. If you think about it, it’s like one giant citizen centipede.
You can pre-order the Unholy Union today for £30.
After the rent appeared in the sky, these pious sisters became a shining beacon for the citizens to rally around. Only through divine love can a tortured soul receive redemption and these Lacrimosas will lead the way. Ideal for providing life points, these sisters could prove useful in a fight against a giant undead monster perhaps?
You can pre-order the Lacrimosas today for £10.
Besides these new resin releases, we also have four new MDF kits available to purchase.
Toshi: Courtyard Walls
Legends tell of a secret garden behind these walls but it’ll be a challenge to get past them. The Toshi: Courtyard kit is a multipart kit assembled by placing multiple wall sections together to form your defensive line. A sliding door gate will be the most critical part to control if you want to deny access to the garden. This kit is designed to be used in conjunction with some of the today’s other releases. Made from 3mm MDF and designed for 28-32mm wargames, your troops will be safe in this courtyard.
You can purchase this kit today for £20.
Toshi: Courtyard Wall Extensions
Like the Great Wall of China, the Toshi Courtyard walls go on and on and on forever! Or they can, thanks to this extension kit. This extension can be used with other wall kits within the Toshi range to help you create your fortress. Made from 3mm MDF and designed for 28-32mm wargames, this kit is a must for any wannabe Shogun.
This kit is available to purchase today for £8.
Toshi: Courtyard Wall Ruins
Ah right so maybe the walls weren’t quite as strong as we thought. The Toshi: Courtyard Wall Ruins consists of multipart wall sections to adjust to your gameboard. Large enough to cover an area of 2x1ft, you can combine this kit with todays wall extension kit. Made from 3mm MDF and designed for 28-32mm wargames, your troops will be able to use these walls as cover.
You can purchase this ruined kit today for £16.
Toshi: Ochaya Gardens
The legends were true and behind the defensive walls, you’ll find this luxurious Garden. A traditional space for peaceful contemplation or enlightenment, you’ll struggle to find a more relaxed place on any wargames tabletop. The tea house has a removable roof and a fully playable interior that you can use in the game. Made from 3mm MDF and designed for 28-32mm wargames, this set is intended for Eastern-inspired wargames.
You can purchase this kit today for £20.
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Autor: Owen Roberts / TTCommunity
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