“A place to rest your weary feet after long days of pacing the courtyard contemplating the nature of divinity. Rest well (and don’t forget to say your prayers!).”
This is a highly detailed medieval house for historical and fantasy tabletop roleplaying and wargaming. It has two playable levels, as well as front and rear entrances with working doors. The personal residence of Wightwood Abbey’s abbot, but entirely suitable as a dwelling in any medieval setting. The abbot’s house is a two story building with an internal stairwell as well as both front and rear entrances with working doors. The first floor is of the house has a stone appearance, and the second floor one of wood and plaster. A large oriel overhangs the front entrance and provides an interior loft for a more dynamic gameplay. It measures approximately 8"x4.5"x10" in the 28mm scale (and 9"x5"x11.5" in 32mm).
The item comes in 6 pieces and is unpainted. As with all 3D prints, some finishing may be required. Miniatures are for scale and not included.
All items are printed in non-toxic PLA filament. Item is printed at a high 0.15mm resolution (and an ultra high 0.1mm resolution for small pieces).
Pictured item is at 28mm scale; 32mm is also an option. Custom print resolutions are available upon request.
This item is part of the Infinite Dimensions Wightwood Abbey Kickstarter, which can be found via this link. Items are commercially licensed from Infinite Dimensions.
Other items from this Kickstarter can be printed as well, please ask.