Stone Debris Piles (bridge expansion set)

USD $4.95

These piles of stone debris were designed to be used with the Medieval Modular Bridge (core set) and Ruined Bridge (bridge expansion set), but work well on their own with any ruined or damaged building or structure. There are five different debris piles contained in this set; each one adding evidence of destruction and decay to your tabletop scene.

Add even more modularity and options to the Medieval Modular Bridge set with The Bridge Tor Expansion, The Modular Ruined Bridge (expansion set) the Medieval Modular Bridge Gangways, the Medieval Modular Bridge Drawbridge, Bridge Gates, and the upcoming Bridge Tor (Ruins). See all expansions here!

  • 6″ x 6″ (150 x 150) bed size recommended for FDM printing
  • Prints at 28mm, can be rescaled before printing
  • Includes pre-supported and unsupported versions for resin printing

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This 3D printable Stone Debris Piles expansion set is part of the Torbridge Cull 3D printed terrain set and designed to work with the Medieval Modular Bridge (core set) and Ruined Bridge (bridge expansion set).

“I had a nightmare, a vision of sorts. The Torbridge lay in ruin; it’s arches smashed and broken, it’s colossal weirs crumbling into the river. Fire blazed in the Tor, and smoke billowed out into a winter sky. The bodies of guardsmen from the Barrage floated downstream, and blood soaked the snow on the paths leading from the bridge to the north shore of the ‘cull. I could hear the howling of wolves coming down from the mountains, and here and there throughout the north shore the sounds of desperate battle with an unknown foe. Then from the smoking Tor emerged a twisted but powerful figure. In it’s right hand it held a crude and bloody blade, and it dragged behind it the body of the guard captain. Then several other twisted men, all clad in thick leather clothing and bits of crude metal armour, came skulking out of the gate and began to make their way towards the heart of town. Their hunched and hideous bodies brought to my mind immediately the warnings our grandfather’s fathers had tried to drive home to a disbelieving generation of the battles fought with the brutal and savage man-things from the mountains. The realization hit me with the force of a blow: The Orelog had returned.” – Demoth Vadana, known to some as The Seer of the Northwoods

The visions of The Seer of the Northwoods range from the absurd to the eerily accurate. Would the Orelog (if they really exist) come again to bring ruin to Torbridge Cull? Would they be able to penetrate the awesome defenses of the Great Torbridge? Such a thought is truly chilling.

Add this 3D printable stone debris piles expansion set to your Modular Medieval Bridge (Core Set) and Modular Ruined Bridge (expansion set) collection today!