Church Base, Crescent Root strikes another home run with this European town base giving you an aesthetically pleasing, and cohesive look to your table top!
The material is a lightweight but sturdy resin. I'm not exactly sure what it is, but it's not rubbery or flexible. The town base comes in 2 halves for ease of storage. It's available painted or unpainted. In my case, Mark paints terrain much better than I do so it was worth it. This awesome terrain piece is only $89.75US (painted), but you can save some dough and get in unpainted for $58.50US.
The piece can allow for any combination of buildings, to give it a slightly different look and feel each game. I can't imagine many settings this couldn't work for- Europe (Western and Eastern), The Mediterranean, maybe even parts of Colonial America.
This gate is removable- cool touch.
Here it is with all the buildings removed for scale.
The white resin material it's made of- just like the church base
I wanted to see how it looked alongside the church.
With the two halves pulled apart.
What can I say? This thing is gorgeous! I love pre-painted terrain and nobody does it as well as Mark from Crescent Root. I've been sayin' that for years and I continue to stand by it.
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