The Widows’ Manor

USD $24.95

This large, regal dwelling has 3 floors of detailed rooms and corridors plus an attic; all playable and designed to work with standard 1″ bases. As usual, all doors work and each room has its unique Fog-of-War cover which allows the DM to set up rooms in advance and yet still keep the contents of the room secret while the party explores the house.

  • 8″ x 8″ (200 x 200) bed size recommended
  • Prints at 28mm, can be rescaled before printing
  • Includes FDM pre-supported versions of all files
  • Includes unsupported versions of files for resin printing

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This 3D printable Manor is part of the Torbridge Cull 3D printed terrain set

Near the end of a long and winding road leading out of Torbridge Cull, not far past the Lumbermill, stands the impressive dwelling of Marogot and Oscolta Adinakavui; a pair of aging widows who’s personalities couldn’t be more different. These two reclusive and eccentric twins are the subject of much local gossip and conjecture, and the house they live in has equally as much mystery to it.

By day, the younger sister Marogot can be seen cheerily working in her garden, or making conversation with locals in the market. But if one is paying attention, the fleeting shadow of the older sister, Oscolta, can be seen darting about the garden in the dead of night, or dipping in and out of the shadows between the stalls of the town square while the rest of Torbridge Cull sleeps.

The Manor was built by the twins great-grandfather, as successful merchant who took vanished mysteriously not long before the legendary Orelog last sacked Torbridge. Though he was never heard from again, his son and daughter-in-law continued to live in the house he built, and successfully managed his wealth so that his descendants continue to enjoy his impressive home.

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