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Wattle And Daub Stone Manor - King and Country, dnd Medieval building, Village, Town, Wargaming Terrain, Scatter scenery, House, Cottage

Original price $63.60 - Original price $227.41
Original price
$74.58
$63.60 - $227.41
Current price $74.58

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🏡Looking to start or grow your collection of amazing 15mm/28mm/32mm scale modular tabletop buildings for your wargaming or dnd/pathfinder/other ttrpg needs?

Introducing the Norman Manor Wattle & Daub version, a stunning two-level medieval building perfect for any tabletop RPG game. With its alternate second floor design and detailed interiors, it seamlessly fits the tiled roof with locking pins. The bottom floor is the same as the original Norman Stone Manor, giving it a unique twist.

The King and Country Stone Manor set includes a Stone Manor with a removable roof, working door, and fully detailed interiors.

INCLUDED:

1 Stone Manor set

Dimensions:

L 7.4in x W 5.5in x H 6.82in 28mm
L 8.14in x W 6.05in x H 7.49in 32mm

This set is compatible with other buildings in The Beaver and Broadsword shop in the same scale and is produced and inspected with the highest quality before shipping. For D&D, Warhammer, and most other RPG games, it is recommended to use the 28mm or 32mm scale.

Ships unpainted printed in grey or white PLA.

This item is perfect for any fantasy/medieval or world war roleplaying game or wargame, such as DnD, Pathfinder, Frostgrave, Warhammer Fantasy, Mordheim, 9th Age, Age of Sigmar, Bolt Action, Malifaux, Flames of war, etc.

Part of Printable Scenery's King and Country set (https://www.printablescenery.com/product-category/pledges/king-and-country/).

We are able to print anything from www.printablescenery.com so if you have any requests, feel free to message us!

🖨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, or .15mm for 15mm scale buildings. 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.

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