“The inn's atmosphere was an odd mixture of joviality and anxiety. No one really knew when the baron's army was going to march towards the town and besiege it, but it seemed inevitable. At this point there was nothing to do but wait and drink, wait and drink.”
The Inn of the Welcome Wench is an absolutely massive modular building for tabletop role-playing and wargaming.
The full set includes all the pieces needed to make three floors plus a huge modular roof. The cellar includes both large and small storage areas with stairs, as well as three separate rooms; the first floor has a large open area for a bar or pub, two entrances, and three smaller rooms; and the second floor has over a dozen rooms of various sizes with many fireplaces built-in. Once constructed, the Inn measures approximately 28"x12"x9" with the roof (6" tall without it).
The walls, floors, and roof pieces are all modular pieces that are connected using OpenLock clips (included), so they can be modified to suit your needs or repurposed to make your own buildings. Note that because the cellar is the base floor, some scenery modeling will be needed to make the first floor doors level with the ground you are playing on if you wish all the floors stacked on each other simultaneously. The assembly diagram for the entire building is available here.
The Inn comes in four different variants:
the Inn (no roof), which contains all the walls and floors for each of the three floors (over 620 pieces), but no roof tiles;
and the Inn (no roof) + Furniture, which contains the pieces for all three floors and all the furniture (over 870 pieces), but no roof tiles;
the Inn, which contains all the pieces needed to make the building, including the roof (over 850 pieces);
the Inn + Furniture, which contains the building with the roof plus over 250 pieces of furniture (over 1,100 pieces total).
The options with furniture include, starting with pieces for the cellar:
6 different baskets, 13 different crate and box piles, 10 cargo piles (5 different types), 2 lone crates, 2 wood piles, 2 dwarven crates, 2 open crates of food, 8 sacks (4 different types), 5 keg stands with 3 kegs each, 2 open chests, 4 closed chests, 1 long table, 2 benches, 1 bookcase, 1 desk, 1 stack of firewood, and 3 reading chairs;
for the bar:
1 long bar, 3 short bars, 3 curved bars, 1 keg stand with 3 kegs, 1 framed fish, 1 stack of firewood, 1 fireplace, 1 cabinet, 4 different kitchen counters, 1 cooking fireplace with a pot, 3 reading chairs, 3 round tables, 3 square tables, 7 long tables, 4 latrines, 12 chairs, 14 benches, and 18 stools;
and for the sleeping quarters:
15 single beds, 3 double beds, 1 elegant single bed, 1 elegant double bed, 1 bookcase, 1 closed chest, 1 long table, 2 benches, 2 bedside tables, 2 buckets, 2 crates, 2 sacks, 3 elegant sofas, 5 reading chairs, 5 wardrobes, and 13 stacks of firewood.
The item comes unpainted in many hundreds of pieces (plus all the necessary OpenLock clips). As with all 3D prints, some finishing may be required.
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. Custom print resolutions are available and can be used if requested.
The building itself, as well as some of the furniture, is part of Printable Scenery's Clorehaven & the Goblin Grotto Kickstarter, which can be found via this link.
Additional furniture for all three floors is designed by Fat Dragon Games, as part of the Dragonlock Ultimate Furnishings set of models, which can be found via this link.
Some furniture for the cellar and first floor is part of the Hayland Terrain Fantasy Scenery Kickstarter, which can be found via this link.
Further furniture pieces for the cellar and second floor are designs from Cast N Play, available here.
Items are commercially licensed from Printable Scenery, Fat Dragon Games, Hayland Terrain, and Cast N Play.This item takes 3–4 weeks to ship.