When the city walls are too high to easily scale, hope springs in the hearts of the defenders. But this hope is quickly dashed, because the orcs are well prepared. With the "Small Orc Siege Tower", a tabletop terrain piece from Chapter 29 of "The Print Goes Ever On", they bring their impressive siege machine into play.
Two war trolls push forward the structure of wood and steel, taller than themselves, even towering over the fortress walls. With every movement, the tower gets closer to the wall, bringing with it the impending doom. Thick animal fur covers the wood to protect it from the onslaught of fiery arrows shot from the ramparts. The metal ramp on the top level opens above the walls, unleashing a devastating horde...
It has to be admitted that these orcs are quite clever and innovative when it comes to building war machines. Give them a better chance to win this siege.
This tabletop terrain piece, the "Small Orc Siege Tower", is printed in gray using 3D FDM technology and is ready for your custom painting. Let the siege begin and add a new strategic dimension to your tabletop play with this highly detailed Siege Tower Miniature.
This product is the perfect complement for a wide range of tabletop games including: Stargrave, Battletech, Infinity, Reaper Miniatures, Gates of Antares, Fallout Wasteland Warfare, Judge Dredd, Starfinder, Warpath, Warzone Resurrection, Core Space, Deadzone, Wolsung Steampunk, Aristeia, 40k, Killteam, Necromunda, Star Wars Legion and Warmachine.
In addition, it is also ideal for Frostgrave, Malifaux, Warhammer Age of Sigmar, Blood Bowl, Dark Age, Kings of War, The Walking Dead: All Out War, Guild Ball, Freebooter's Fate, Bushido, Flames of War, Dungeon Saga, Bolt Action, Axis & Allies and many more games. In other words, if you're an avid tabletop gamer, this product is a must-have!
3D FDM printing
In gray or white to paint yourself
HintsJust a little hint for you: The miniatures come to you unpainted and some of them have to be assembled by yourself - a bit of superglue can work wonders here! Sometimes there can be small residues or slight damage caused by the support structures, unfortunately these cannot always be completely avoided. But don't worry, this will not affect the quality of your model.
However, it should be noted that due to the SLA 3D printing process, there may be slight distortion (up to 1mm) on larger parts. However, these small imperfections are easy to fix with modeling putty (Green Stuff).
It's just a small part of the process that gives your set a unique character. Have fun painting and assembling!
While the figures are fun to play with, it is important to remember that they are not suitable for young children. There is a risk that small parts can break off. Miniatures should not be considered toys.