• The home of the mighty wizard! Spiraling tower is built on a high rock and has two balconies. From this towering building wizard can provide arcane defense to his town and fellow townsfolk.
  • Windmill

    44.62$
    The growing economy of the town called for a masonry tower mill. The tower mill was more expensive to build then the post mill, but more stable source of power was needed.In contrast to the post mill, only the cap of the tower mill needs to be turned into the wind, so the main structure can be made much taller, allowing the sails to be made longer, which enables them to provide useful work even in low winds.
  • Watermill

    123.29$146.77$
    In Medieval times water-driven mills were the most powerful land-based machines that converted natural energy into mechanical power. Town's Watermill is used for grinding grains, legumes and other foodstuffs. It provides constant food supplies for townsfolk.
  • Water is a source of life and often a scarce commodity. There is a belief that a wish can be made in a well. Townsfolk believe in it's healing properties.
  • Water is a source of life and often a scarce commodity. There is a belief that a wish can be made in a well. Townsfolk believe in it's healing properties.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Town Walls are a necessity for town to survive in medieval world of invasion and conquest. Wealthy towns are enclosed by protective walls and the only access to the town is regulated through Town Gate. Right side adapter (when facing the walls form the outside). Use it to connect the wall to the Fortified Tower. This section also includes outer and inner door part which you simply attach to the wall outside and inside the Fortified Tower. Since all of our models are hand made, they are newer exactly the same. You might need to fill some small gaps with modeling putty once you connect the adapter to the Fortified Tower.
  • Town Walls are a necessity for town to survive in medieval world of invasion and conquest. Wealthy towns are enclosed by protective walls and the only access to the town is regulated through Town Gate. Left side adapter (when facing the walls form the outside). Use it to connect the wall to the Fortified Tower. This section also includes outer and inner door part which you simply attach to the wall outside and inside the Fortified Tower. Since all of our models are hand made, they are newer exactly the same. You might need to fill some small gaps with modeling putty once you connect the adapter to the Fortified Tower.
  • Town Walls are a necessity for town to survive in medieval world of invasion and conquest. Wealthy towns are enclosed by protective walls and the only access to the town is regulated through Town Gate. Right side ending section (when facing the walls form the outside). Use this section if your walls are not completely enclosed.
  • Town Walls are a necessity for town to survive in medieval world of invasion and conquest. Wealthy towns are enclosed by protective walls and the only access to the town is regulated through Town Gate. Left side ending section (when facing the walls form the outside). Use this section if your walls are not completely enclosed.
  • Town Walls are a necessity for town to survive in medieval world of invasion and conquest. Wealthy towns are enclosed by protective walls and the only access to the town is regulated through Town Gate. Right side adapter (when facing the walls form the outside). Use it to connect the wall to the Town Gate. This section also includes the door part which you simply attach to the wall of the Town Gate once you place the adapter in place. Since all of our models are hand made, they are newer exactly the same. You might need to fill some small gaps with modeling putty once you connect the adapter to the Town Gate.
  • Town Walls are a necessity for town to survive in medieval world of invasion and conquest. Wealthy towns are enclosed by protective walls and the only access to the town is regulated through Town Gate. Left side adapter (when facing the walls form the outside). Use it to connect the wall to the Town Gate. This section also includes the door part which you simply attach to the wall of the Town Gate once you place the adapter in place. Since all of our models are hand made, they are newer exactly the same. You might need to fill some small gaps with modeling putty once you connect the adapter to the Town Gate.
  • Town Walls are a necessity for town to survive in medieval world of invasion and conquest. Wealthy towns are enclosed by protective walls and the only access to the town is regulated through Town Gate. Adding the section A together with section B will determine the length of the wall. You can use as many sections as you like. To avoid repetition we designed two versions of section A with slightly different textures and details. Note that the section B is always connected to section A or ending sections E and F.
  • Town Walls are a necessity for town to survive in medieval world of invasion and conquest. Wealthy towns are enclosed by protective walls and the only access to the town is regulated through Town Gate. Adding the section A together with section B will determine the length of the wall. You can use as many sections as you like. To avoid repetition we designed two versions of section A with slightly different textures and details.
  • The center of a town. A place where people meet to discuss daily events, to trade, make deals of every kind, or even gossip maybe. They are usually made of stone tiles and thus they last for many generations.
  • Town Gate

    293.54$
    Town Gate was built to provide a point of controlled access to town for people, vehicles, goods and animals. It is filling functions relating to defense, security, health, trade, taxation and is therefore staffed by military and municipal authorities. The Town Gate is also commonly used to display diverse kinds of public information such as announcements, tax and toll schedules, standards of local measures, and legal texts. It is heavily fortified and ornamented with heraldic shields.
  • Create your own, unique graveyard using this nice tombstones kit. It is suitable for various games and different historic periods.
  • Supplies

    11.74$
    This nice kit is suitable for various games and almost any historic period, be it dark age, medieval, western, WW, etc.
  • Stone Bridge

    116.24$142.07$
    There is no complete communication system without a bridge. Laying foundations for this beautiful arched bridge where the river flows all year round was not an easy task, but the town's masons managed to built it proving them selves to be skillful engineers.
  • Stable

    68.10$135.03$
    Horses are expensive working animals, used for transport, communication, and battle as well as a statement of status. Every farm has its own horse and it is considered as a valuable commodity. This is why stables are complementary to the house, or built as close as possible to it. Their quality had to be better than other farm buildings, as keeping their horse in prime condition was vital to the economy of the household.
  • In times of war medieval towns were the central focus of armed conflict and would often be sacked and ruined in defeat. War, depopulation and disease lead to ruined structures. These buildings were becoming progressively derelict over time due to weathering and scavenging.
  • Rubble

    19.96$
    This nice kit is suitable for various games and historic periods. Great addition for making ruined scenery.
  • 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.
  • 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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