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Tudor Cottage - Heroes Hoard | DnD | Tabletop Terrain | Medieval | Scatter Scenery | 32mm | Pathfinder | TTRPG | Wargaming

Original price $49.00 - Original price $49.00
Original price
$49.00
$49.00 - $49.00
Current price $49.00

🌟**US Orders over $35 ship free! Spend over $120 and get an additional 10% off!**🌟

🪓Looking to start or grow your collection of tabletop Terrain?

This amazing Tudor Cottage from Heroes Hoard is a perfect addition for a quaint scene on your tabletop.

2 Options are available

Normal Roof
2 Dormers Roof

Requires assembly upon arrival. Roof is removeable for interior play space!

🔍The Scale of this building is for 28mm - 32mm miniatures. Miniatures in picture is only provided for scale.

Please Note: These items are 3D printed. They are unpainted and unfinished. Some models require assembly.

🖨These are printed using PLA (polylactic acid) which is a renewable resource created from corn and sugar cane. They are printed by layering the plastic over and over, at heights of 0.2mm per layer. This will provide a lot of detail, though on close inspection some layer lines will be visible. A light sanding and priming/painting usually hides them very well.

🖨3D printing can be a lengthy process, so although we do try and keep some in stock, some parts will still need to be printed and this can take some time depending on order size. We will notify you if there is any delay in shipping.

Officially Licensed to sell EC3D miniatures via their MyMiniFactory at https://www.myminifactory.com/users/EC3D%20Design

Customer Reviews

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Brooks
Great detail in these figures.

Great detail in these figures.

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Paul
Tout etait number one! Très satisfait du p...

Tout etait number one! Très satisfait du produit 😜🤘🏻

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Ijusthaveaquestion Abernathy
Nice pieces; I'm painting now, so haven't...

Nice pieces; I'm painting now, so haven't assembled them yet, but a ‘practice' assembly worked fine!