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The Ruined Bridge of Avarice

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$38.99

Beyond the safety of Bruckstone Fortresses walls and the protection of Knighthaven lies lands torn asunder by strife, magic, and lawlessness. A haven for bandits and vagabonds, ruins like this can provide shelter and a structure that some attempt to call “home”. Very few choose to live in these lands. More often, their greed and desires having driven them to these desperate places in search of something.

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Beyond the safety of Bruckstone Fortresses walls and the protection of Knighthaven lies lands torn asunder by strife, magic, and lawlessness. A haven for bandits and vagabonds, ruins like this can provide shelter and a structure that some attempt to call “home”. Very few choose to live in these lands. More often, their greed and desires having driven them to these desperate places in search of something.

In this kit you will receive:

1x Ruined Bridge of Avarice Kit

Kit includes four individually based bridge sections.

 

This is a 28-32mm kit.  It comes pre-painted on sprues and once assembled its ready to use! This is perfect for games such as Frostgrave, Relic Blade, Mordheim or to flesh our a cool D&D campaign.

28mm miniatures and other kits are shown for scale purposes only. Some colors may vary slightly from photos. Assembly Required.

Miniatures shown are from Relicblade

 

Weight 1 lbs

1 review for The Ruined Bridge of Avarice

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Malev

    Highly recommended. The build on this kit took a bit of patience, but in the end i was rewarded with an awesome centerpiece. I got mine for Relicblade which uses a 2×2 board, and these fit pretty snug in that, though I often leave the smallest bit off. That being said, I want another set because I can already imagine how great it’s going to be to have the option to use two of the large, flat pieces for example, or if on a larger board like a 4×4 laying two kits back to back would be an amazing sight to behold on the tabletop. I can see it being a great fit for games of Age of Sigmar too as you could separate the bits out or lay it as one continuous terrain feature, and the top sections could easily hold a unit of archers. At first i thought that the angle of the bridges would be problematic, but there is a bit of leeway here in the build and ultimately it is completely fine, the angle isn’t that steep in the end and no models have fallen as of yet. The visual appeal of these kits really sneak up on you while building and when combined with the other kits in the range it’s a must have to add a unique element to the board, i mean it’s a high bridge!

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