Ambush Cliffs

USD $12.95

This set of 4 cliffs was designed to set up corridors on your tabletop where an ambush could be easily laid. Each cliff comes with a “with foliage” and “without foliage” version so that you have many options for what kind of biome the cliffs are used in. Each cliff can also be used as a standalone terrain piece in any RPG or skirmish setup.

  • 8″ x 8″ (200 x 200) bed size recommended
  • Prints at 28mm, can be rescaled before printing
  • Includes pre-supported files for FDM printing
  • Includes unsupported versions of files
  • Includes foliage free (bare rock) versions of each model

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These 3D Printable Ambush Cliffs are part of the Torbridge Cull 3D printed terrain set

“Once you’re beyond the Endless Forest you would think the worst would be over… but the contrary is true. The Old Beryl Way past the forest’s edge it lined with cliffs that closely hem the passage in. It’s the perfect place for an ambush. I would know; as been on both ends of such an encounter. ” – Pol Isturn, captain of the Torbridge Guard

The Old Beryl Way snakes its way southward from Torbridge Cull, a route now scarcely traversed. In years past, it served as the sole route to grand City of Brylinshor, and along it passed exotic peoples, goods, spices, and knowledge, making their way past the Cull on the way to the heart of Talharia. It was the Masons of Brylinshor, at the behest of the First Lord Tymore, who diverted the Taranak River eastward into the Ashlands and erected the Barrage and the Great Torbridge that now safeguard the south. Today, the road lies silent and reclaimed by nature, its surface marred by ruts and erosion, its bridges washed out. The route’s condition further southward remains uncertain, as no traveler has ventured to or from from Brlynshor in a generation.
Nevertheless, in the vicinity of the Cull, the road persists as a path into the heart of the Endless Forest, frequented by loggers, trappers, shepherds, and those resilient enough to eke out a living amidst the cold, shadowy foothills of the Khavahk Mountains. Beyond, in the rugged terrain beyond the law’s grasp, outcasts and bandits find refuge, ensconced amidst the crags and cliffs.

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