“Ademar had been transcribing the text for years, painstakingly illuminating the first initial of every chapter. But now, in his old age, his sight failing and hands shaking, he had to give the work over to a younger monk. He loathed doing this, but he knew it was his pride speaking. But still... he would miss what had become his life's work.”
The Scriptorium is a massive and highly detailed medieval monastic building for tabletop roleplaying and wargaming. It is perfect as a centerpiece for any scenario where a large, multi-leveled building is needed. There are three entrances on the ground floor to the monks quarters, and two entrances to the scriptorium proper on the second floor via an external stairwell as well as an internal stairwell. The second floor has an inner balcony level with access to a rear external balcony. The facade incorporates a cloister with detachable roof sections for easy access during play. Two external balconies and one internal balcony add to the possibilities in simultaneous multi-level game play. As well, the upper floors and roof come apart to allow for playability across multiple levels at once. It measures approximately 15"x8"x10" in the 28mm scale (8"x4.25"x5.25" in 15mm, and 17"x9.25"x11.5" in 32mm).
The item comes in 20+ pieces and is unpainted. 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; 15mm and 32mm are also options. 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.