• There is no better companion than a loyal dog! Keep him safe, dry and nearby in his little doghouse.
  • If you want to inform the townsfolk of a dangerous dragon or simply inform them of a good deal in the local brewery, your town needs a Notice Board.
  • A perfect place for townsfolk to find refreshment.
  • The furniture kits are a great way to enhance your interiors and bring your buildings to life.
  • The furniture kits are a great way to enhance your interiors and bring your buildings to life.
  • The furniture kits are a great way to enhance your interiors and bring your buildings to life.
  • Store your goods and extra supplies in the town's Storehouse.
  • Houses in the medieval towns reflected the rank of those living in them. Although stone building was encouraged, expense meant that most houses were built of wood. Those built of stone, were the homes of the rich people such as merchants and renown craftsmen.
  • Ruined walls are perfect to make additional access points to your graveyard, or any other feature that is enclosed in walls and fences. They will also make your setting visually more interesting. You can combine them in various ways and use them as a part of Walls & Fences system. The possibilities are endless!
  • We designed a system of walls and fences that gives you endless possibilities! There are five types of pillars with different indentations and two types of walls with corresponding projections that allow you to assemble walls and fences in any shape you like! This system may be used in various ways, not only for graveyards. They are perfect for urban and rural settings.
  • We designed a system of walls and fences that gives you endless possibilities! There are five types of pillars with different indentations and two types of walls with corresponding projections that allow you to assemble walls and fences in any shape you like! This system may be used in various ways, not only for graveyards. They are perfect for urban and rural settings.
  • We designed a system of walls and fences that gives you endless possibilities! There are five types of pillars with different indentations and two types of walls with corresponding projections that allow you to assemble walls and fences in any shape you like! This system may be used in various ways, not only for graveyards. They are perfect for urban and rural settings.
  • We designed a system of walls and fences that gives you endless possibilities! There are five types of pillars with different indentations and two types of walls with corresponding projections that allow you to assemble walls and fences in any shape you like! This system may be used in various ways, not only for graveyards. They are perfect for urban and rural settings.
  • We designed a system of walls and fences that gives you endless possibilities! There are five types of pillars with different indentations and two types of walls with corresponding projections that allow you to assemble walls and fences in any shape you like! This system may be used in various ways, not only for graveyards. They are perfect for urban and rural settings.
  • If you are making a smaller Graveyard and need an entrance that is not so grandiose, Small Gates are a perfect solution! Also, if your Graveyard is big in size, Small Gates are ideal for adding the secondary entrance in the back or the sides. The doors are hinged and fully functional.
  • Gates

    21.85$
    This massive, decorative Graveyard gate, with iron doors and inscription in stone will make your graveyard a true centerpiece! The gates are a part of the Walls & Fences system, but can be used as a standalone structure as well. The doors are hinged and fully functional.
  • A Wayside Shrine is a religious image, usually in some sort of small shelter, placed by a road or pathway, sometimes in a settlement or at a crossroads, but often in the middle of an empty stretch of country road, or at the top of a hill or mountain. The Wayside Shrine is designed as a part of the Walls & Fences system. However, you can use it as standalone feature as well.
  • Many Londoners from the 1665, the Black Plague period would remember a lot of these roaming around the city. Bring out the dead! The undertaker would yell, while moving the corpses to the outskirts of the city to be buried in nameless graves.
  • Dead Trees will give your Graveyard that creepy, dark atmosphere and make it more intriguing. Dead Trees can be used in all settings.
  • The Tombstones present the core of any graveyard. Throughout history, graves have been a focus for mourning and remembrance. The names of relatives are often added to a tombstone over the years, so that one tombstone may chronicle the passing of an entire family spread over decades. Since tombstones and a plot in a graveyard cost money, they are also a symbol of wealth or prominence in a community. Some gravestones were even commissioned and erected to their own memory by people who were still living, as a testament to their wealth and status. In this set you will find the tombstones of various sizes, as well as some vases and crows!
  • Tomb

    16.65$
    Tombs are small buildings that serve as a repository for the remains of the dead. To get even more variety in your Graveyard pick a tomb or two. :)
  • This grandiose and towering structure is a perfect centerpiece that will make your Graveyard truly spectacular!
  • Church

    82.21$
    The Church can be featured in the Graveyard, but also as a part of a nearby village or a town. While the smaller Chapel is perfect to serve as a Chantry where the prayers for the dead are made, the Church, bigger in size, can accommodate more townsfolk for their daily worship.
  • Mausoleums are monumental features and make any Graveyard, look remarkable. They are large and impressive constructions most often built for a deceased leader or nobility.
  • Chapel

    53.08$
    The Chapel is a great addition to any gaming table, and it fits in many different settings and time periods. Apart from using it with Graveyard, it can be used as a small roadside chapel for example, or maybe even a private family chapel in your town.  
  • In medieval times the river was seen and experienced as a great flow of energy moving slowly and inexorably trough landscape. It was a flow of energy that could be harnessed and put to use. In many river towns mills were built next to river. Rivers also provided the water used for washing and drinking.
  • In medieval times the river was seen and experienced as a great flow of energy moving slowly and inexorably trough landscape. It was a flow of energy that could be harnessed and put to use. In many river towns mills were built next to river. Rivers also provided the water used for washing and drinking.
  • In medieval times the river was seen and experienced as a great flow of energy moving slowly and inexorably trough landscape. It was a flow of energy that could be harnessed and put to use. In many river towns mills were built next to river. Rivers also provided the water used for washing and drinking.

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