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Ancient Cemetery Bundle

Original price was: USD $27.75.Current price is: USD $18.73.

This Ancient Cemetery Bundle contains the five graves of the Ancient Burial Grounds set, the large Ancient Tomb, the Crypt Entrance, the Funeral Pyre, the Lady Shannon, the Wightwood Marker Stone, and the Wooden Fencing set.

This comprehensive set is packed with all you need to create a comprehensive and detailed graveyard location for your tabletop games. Print as many graves as you need and design a fencing layout to suit your setup.

  • Includes FDM pre-supported versions of all files
  • Includes resin pre-supported versions of the Wooden Fencing, Lady Shannon, Ancient Tomb, the Marker Stone and the Burial Grounds (graves) for resin printing
  • 17 individual stl files to create a comprehensive burial ground / cemetery
  • Prints without additional supports
  • 8″ x 8″ (200mm x 200mm) bed size recommended
  • Prints at 28mm, can be rescaled before printing
  • Includes: 5 graves, Ancient Tomb, Crypt Entrance, Lady Shannon, and the Wightwood Abbey Marker Stone!

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This 3D printable Ancient Cemetery Bundle is part of the Wightwood Abbey 3D printed terrain set.

“I have lingered too long in the cemetery, and now I find I crave the company of those stones more than the company of my brothers in the dormitory. I can only assume this means it will not be long before I join with the spirits of our lost brethren and haunt this hill as they do.” – Brother Sowards

Behind the simple wooden fence the Ancient Cemetery is a place of peace and mystery. Age old graves and marker stones seem littered haphazardly across the clearing, yet their locations form a kind of symmetry the defies description. Offerings rest against a large central tomb, and the eerie crypt entrance is locked, the only key worn around the neck of the abbot. One of the marker stones from the time of the Arlythians remains within the grounds, and the statue to the Lady Shannon awaits eager and desperate pilgrims.