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D&D 3D Mage's Tower Battle Map 4-Level 16 Inches Tall Wood Laser Cut with 1  Grid Wargaming Terrain for Dungeons & Dragons, Pathfinder, Warhammer or Other Tabletop RPG

D&D 3D Mage's Tower Battle Map 4-Level 16 Inches Tall Wood Laser Cut with 1 Grid Wargaming Terrain for Dungeons & Dragons, Pathfinder, Warhammer or Other Tabletop RPG Item NO: MT01

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Product Name D&D 3D Mage's Tower Battle Map 4-Level 16 Inches Tall Wood Laser Cut with 1 Grid Wargaming Terrain for Dungeons & Dragons, Pathfinder, Warhammer or Other Tabletop RPG
Item NO MT01
Weight 0.5 kg = 1.1023 lb = 17.6370 oz
Category Dungeons & Dragons
Brand CZYY
Creation time 2019-07-30

Potent wizards locked away in their towers working on mighty magics… This is the way it has been in tales, and thus this is the way many wizards operate to this day. The Mage's Tower is such a wizard's tower, erected to provide a safe space for wizardly work far enough from civilization that no one should take too much interest, and defensible enough that if they do take interest there’s very little they can do.

Fingers of otherworldly minerals reach up from the roof of the tower, drawing energies down from the ether into this world – charging strange magics and empowering spells beyond their normal boundaries.

The Mage's Tower is perfect as a centrepiece, for watching over Winterdale, or as a repository of dusty old scrolls for curious adventurers on the way to a dungeon. It is a fantasy-styled building that can be used for role-playing or tabletop war games.

Whether you have a specific sort of location in mind for your D&D game or you simply need a quick adventure in a pinch, Wizard's Tower is a terrific resource.

The tower is 16" tall and 7.3" in diameter(when assembled). Both the first and second floors are 3.8" high, the third floor is 4.8" high to accommodate the height of your minis. All levels have a 1" square grid. 

The ship is made from birch plywood with wooden supports with Tenon connections.


2019-10-31

Nicholas Anthony

Job well done guys all of my gamers oggle at this tower. The base of it could use some glue but the rest of it fits very snug.

2019-10-29

robert d. humphrey

This is a perfect accessorie for any dungeon master/player. Very easy to put together, and very sturdy for playing the game with. Can be used for multiple campaign's. And building's, this item and some others that I have purchased are just what I needed, and will probably be just what you need to.

2019-10-13

D&D Dungeon Master

This is a PERFECT Wizard Tower!!!! Makes an amazing impression on the players.

2019-09-19

Daniel

It is great

2019-09-02

TeacherMama

Easy to assemble, makes for better visuals when playing!

2019-08-26

Col. Decker

Easy to put together and pretty sturdy
I only wish that they had not draw some of the furniture in the squares
I wanted just the one inch squares, but that is nitpicking
Great product for D&D

2019-08-19

Paul

I took sometime to place to put together but the style of this terrain is well worth the effort. Some of the pieces were a little too small but adding school class glue holds those down. Also the top 4 prongs are difficult to place in but leaving them off is better for different Themes (Skyscrapers, Castle Towers, and much more. Over all the only down side is moving it long distance but I can say it held up like a champ with that too. I travel over 20 miles for my weekly games and must placing some pillows and a plastic cover over the wizards tower was enough. I'm Honestly thinking of getting anther one to combine for castle walls.

2019-08-15

cool kid

Super awesome, exactly what you expect it to be when you order it. Wood, not cardboard. Everything feels tough and sturdy when out together. Would recommend.

2019-08-09

Taylor

A lot of fun, but I added glue for a sturdier standing base
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