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Vicious fighting in the canals of Venice. A 28mm scale miniature game.
Vicious fighting in the canals of Venice. A 28mm scale miniature game.
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Tuesday Stretch Goal and the start of something new...

Posted by TTCombat (Creator)

Good afternoon everyone! Or morning? Or evening? Depends where you are!

New Stretch Goal!

Nice work, everyone! Another stretch goal opened up today!

 A new miniature! This time it's a Rashaar Cult of Dagon Officiant for everyone that's pledged £60 or more. Pledge level doesn't matter, it's the final amount that counts!

 I really like this guy! The Cult of Dagon have some really great, charismatic sculpts. But the real winner for me is the Voice of Dagon. That guy is cool! Actually, he's really cool, let me find him...


Got it!

 He's a leader that is also a mage! Although you'd expect that from a leader of the Rashaar, really. He also has a great ability when he uses that giant shell attached to his throat to shout curses at his opponents. Considering he's a gross fish monster, that's pretty charismatic!

Jay Paints A Board!

We've been getting a lot of questions about the cool Venetian board that we've been using in our photos and videos. Jay built it! And it just so happens that he's just starting to make another one! There's nothing quite like playing a game of Carnevale on an awesome looking Venice board, complete with canals and tightly packed buildings, so we thought we'd show Jay's progress so that everyone can see how to do it, give us ideas, and potentially build their own too!

 We'll be showing Jay's progress every update from now on, so keep tuning in and let us know what you think and what you'd like to see on our brand new board!

We'll be back tomorrow with quite a lot of exciting things, so until then, fellow Venetians!

James Stec, JockeZockt, and 11 more people like this update.


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      der stille Don on

      Dear TTComabt Team,
      Will there be an option to play inside buildings or is it all out in the streets and Canali?

    2. TTCombat 3-time creator on

      @GP Venetian Bundle C is designed to replace the card tiles in the 2-player Starter Box.

      That said, if you divide the sections down into Small sections in size, the Plaza is 6, Large is 4, Medium is 2, and Small is of course 1!

      By my calculations you end up with 56 single section equivalents in Venetian Bundle C, and Jay will be using 55 single sections. So you should definitely be able to make the same setup!

      Forgive me if my calculations are off though - it's late and I may have forgotten to carry the one! �

    3. Stacy Young on

      man I wish you could edit posts

      Sorry again, I believe a plaza is actually only 3 medium, not 2 large. So, that's even better.

    4. Stacy Young on

      sorry, I now see you would need two more plazas not one. Still you would get close to the same layout.

    5. Stacy Young on

      so if he only uses 1 medium and if the set gives you 6, you have five medium, not counting the extra small ones, to make up the one plaza you need.

    6. Stacy Young on

      With the extra medium and small you may very well be able to make the same layout. I have yet to watch the video so I'm not sure, but I would think it would get you close. Without going upstairs to double check I'm pretty sure two small = one med, 2 med = 1 large, 2 large = 1 plaza.

    7. GP on

      I'm really happy that you are showing how to make a cool gaming board. It looks to me like Jay is using 4 plaza, 6 large, 1 medium and 5 small MDF board sections. It would be wonderful if Venetian Scenery bundle C had something similar so that we could make the same board at home. Currently Venetian Scenery Bundle C has 2 plaza (versus 4), 6 large (same), 6 medium (versus 1) and 8 small (versus 5).

    8. Soulsorcerer on

      nice paint job on the voice...and I am really looking forward to the next vids on the board building :-)