• There's only one place you can go to when your sword gets broken in a battle or when your horse needs a new pair of hues, and that place is Blacksmith’s Forge. The blacksmith is constantly working to patch up damaged armor plates and shields or to make new weapons and everyday tools. When you enter the town, you can hear him pounding with his hammer, making a truly powerful sound. Townsfolk are very proud to have a trustworthy and skillful blacksmith.
  • Stable

    60.30$119.61$
    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.
  • 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.
  • Medieval towers were defensive structures usually made of stone. Often they included battlements and arrow loops. Arrow loops were vertical slits in the wall where archers from the inside shot arrows through at the attackers, but made it extremely difficult for attackers to get many arrows back through at the defenders. A Battlement comprises a defensive low wall between chest-height and head-height, in which rectangular gaps or indentations occur at intervals to allow for the discharge of arrows or other missiles from within the defences. Towers can be stand alone structures or parts of defensive walls.
  • 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.
  • Monument

    71.17$
    Each civilization has its heroes, kings, warlords and many other great individuals who leave their mark in its history. What better way to commemorate them than to carve their name and story into stone and bronze. Monuments are built to stand firm and keep the memory of a fallen hero for generations.
  • Church

    78.09$
    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.
  • This grandiose and towering structure is a perfect centerpiece that will make your Graveyard truly spectacular!
  • Fisherman House

    79.08$97.86$
    The consumption of fish was an important part of life in the medieval period. The Fisherman provided food as a commodity and thus sustained the survival of townsfolk. The work would begin at sunrise as the boat would depart to cast lines and nets into river and sea.
  • Imagine that after a long exhausting travel or even after a long battle you enter a town in search of rest and there is nobody to offer you a decent meal and a place to sleep. That is a bad news indeed! That is why every town, no matter how big it is, has an Inn. A warm, cosy place where everybody is welcome, a perfect place where you can put all your worries aside, eat a good meal and rest till the morning.
  • Stone Bridge

    102.81$125.54$
    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.
  • 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.
  • Watermill

    108.74$129.50$
    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.
  • Noble Townhouse represents the city or town residence of a noble or wealthy family. Townhouses of the rich are bigger in size and more elaborate than those of regular townsfolk. By their residence nobles prevented the town from becoming merely a trading centre or an aggregate of merchants. They kept the citizens in touch with the rest of the kingdom. They made the people understand that they belong to their Realm.
  • Mansion

    122.58$
    Houses in the medieval towns reflected the rank of those living in them. Mansions where big and luxurious residences built by wealthy nobles.
  • In dark medieval times, every city had to defend itself. Buildings like Guard Tower enable soldiers to spot the enemy on time in order to make all necessary actions to properly prepare the city for attack. When the soldiers on the Guard Tower sound the alarm, town gates are being sealed and all who can fight equip themselves with weapons and readily await the battle to commence. Guard towers are built on the outskirts of a city, preferably on higher ground. These buildings have to be sturdy enough to withstand enemy’s cannon balls, stones thrown by catapults or even attacks by frenzied monsters such as Giants and Treeman. It has to be high enough so soldiers are able to see as much landscape as possible. Sometimes whole regiments of archers and other troops are stationed in one Guard Tower.
  • 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.
  • This luxurious house is where the town’s well known merchant spends his days in peace and welfare. Townsfolk know him as a fair trader and a tolerant man who is always kind and ready to help people in trouble. In his shop, placed on the ground floor, you can find everything you need be it food, tools or even medicine.
  • 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.
  • Town Gate

    259.98$
    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.
  • Graveyard

    453.73$
    This kit contains all that a big Graveyard should have. Many tombstones and other common Graveyard features are complemented by Walls and Fences that allow you to enclose your Graveyard through your own, intricate design, topped with magnificent Graveyard Gates. The total length of walls in this set is 88 in. (223 cm). To round it off, this set also includes two sets of Dead Trees to make your crows feel right at home.

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