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Last Hearth Inn Core Set

USD $49.95

The Last Hearth Core Set includes the Last Hearth Inn, Hotel and Guest House (plus the connecting bridge). These three buildings are designed to be used together to create an interconnected complex or, alternatively, can be separated into three distinct building and used independently with the included facades. See below for more details.

  • 3 distinct buildings that can be used as a united complex or as separate buildings
  • optional facades for each building
  • optional bridge connects Guest House and Hotel
  • working doors
  • Fog-of-war covers to keep the contents of each room secret to players 🙂
  • 8″ x 8″ (200 x 200) bed size recommended
  • Prints at 28mm, can be rescaled before printing

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Description

All the models in this 3D printable Medieval Inn Core Set are part of the Torbridge Cull 3D printed terrain set.

“Making the journey to Whitewood Vale is not a undertaking one decides to do on a whim. The roads get more dangerous the closer to the frontier you get, and there are no guest houses to stop at once you pass Lord Tymore’s Barrage and leave the Ashlands. But when you finally make it to Torbridge Cull, any misgivings you had on your journey will most assuredly be swept away by the grandeur and comfort of the Last Hearth Inn. Indeed, we had not been mislead. Everything they said about The Last Hearth Inn had proven true. A fine, robust tavern filled with ample food and drink; clean accommodation for all of our party; a private meeting room for us to plan our venture into the mountains. The place was glorious. If it wasn’t for the map we had procured that most assuredly pointed the way to a lost Arlythian temple a few days march into the Khavahk mountains, we would be happy to stay at the inn for as long as our coin lasted. But the possibility of learning more about the ancient culture that once inhabited this region, and the lure of finding long lost artifacts (some rumoured to be magical) was a cause we could not put off long. We would leave tomorrow. Unless… unless a room in the Guest House opened up. For who knew if we would get the change again to stay in such luxury…” – Midev Hallindas, ex-explorer and ex-antiquarian for the King, now full time accountant for The Last Hearth Inn.

This 3D printable medieval inn set includes the three main buildings of the Last Hearth Inn compound. All three buildings are designed to be used together to create an interconnected complex that works together or, alternatively, can be separated into three distinct buildings.

Use the included facades to create a variety of combinations potentially upping the number of varied buildings to beyond the intended three (we can think of at least five variations if facade prints are mirrored). As well, a small bridge is included in this set to connect the Guest House to the Hotel.

Stand alone pieces or one interlocking Inn


Last Hearth Inn:

3d printable medieval tavern

Last Hearth Hotel:

3d printable medieval hotel

Last Hearth Guest House:

3d printable medieval guest house