GR10 Medieval-type Ruined Round Tower.
It represents a small ruined tower with extra thick walls and the remains of a central pillar to support the floor of an upper storey. There is the remains of a staircase, and of a large fireplace built into one internal wall.
It was designed as a stone-built 15mm-scale piece but may work with scales from 10mm through 20mm.
Note the building has a narrow "base plate" between the rubble edges making a slight step-up. It is recommended that it is mounted onto a larger, sculpted base-board.
This piece is especially suited to urban scenarios in suitably historic towns and cities. It can be used as a DBA/DBM camp, and would make a useful strong-point in Fantasy & Science Fiction games.
Height = 26mm
Depth = 80mm
Length = 80mm
Wargaming 10mm - 20mm
Railway Models N-gauge TT-gauge HO-gauge
Scale Modelling 1:185 - 1:96
|The basic version below shows the unbased style of the unpainted model supplied|
These models have been designed for modellers to use their imagination, and modify to create variety.
Example projects could be to add - trees & shrubs growing from the rubble, or extra collapsed wall sections, and many other personalised modifications that allow several of them to appear different to each other, creating variation on the table top. Use GR10 as the corner towers for a larger ruined castle?
For WW2 and later, "reinforce" the building using modelling clay to add sandbags etc. This is another piece that would make a good objective for Flames of War games - especially on a low hill or Norman-style mott within an urban area (as per Clifford's Tower in York in the North of England).
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