The Great Torbridge

USD $29.95

* IMPORTANT: THIS PRODUCT INCLUDES THE Medieval Modular Bridge PRODUCT!

The Great Torbridge is a modular medieval bridge with one (or more) guard towers. The bridge can be expanded as long as you like using our BattleGrip system and can also be set up at two distinct heights. The bridge features exchangeable braziers along the parapet and multiple entrances to the guard tower, including a place to dock a small craft at the water level. The tower itself features five levels of internal play areas, defendable balconies, working doors, and a portcullis that can raise or lower.

  • 5 levels of internal play area in the tower
  • infinitely expandable bridge (add as many horizontal sections as you want)
  • Bridge can be set at two different levels, low or high.
  • Working doors and portcullis than can raise or lower
  • hidden tunnels under the bridge
  • 8″ x 8″ (200 x 200) bed size recommended
  • Prints at 28mm, can be rescaled before printing
  • Includes unsupported versions of files for resin printing

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Description

This 3D printable medieval bridge is part of the Torbridge Cull 3D printed terrain set.

“The legend of the Torbridge in Wightwood Vale has reached the ear of every person of learning in Talharia. One of the last structures the great masons of Brylinshor built before we lost their knowledge, it has withstood a hundred assaults by men and Orelog from the Khavahk mountains, and it could easily withstand a hundred more. Torbridge Cull owes its continued existence to this bridge, and to the men-at-arms from the Barrage who are ever vigilant on the walls of the tower. ” – Well travelled patron at a tavern in Helvas Alva

The sturdy Torbridge has kept the town of Torbridge Cull safe from the dangers of the mountains since it was first built by the masons of Brylinshor during the reign of King Hallanth. Its tower consists of five levels, from a water level entry, past the main portcullis and guardroom, to the very topmost crank-house. Balconies are accessible from the guard room and can be manned when needed. The tower is usually the first thing one sees over the rooftops of Torbridge Cull when one arrives from the Ashlands, and its sight has always meant safety and civilization from those weary of the long roads behind them.

Build this 3d printable medieval bridge as long as you want!

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