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Church of the Faithful Released

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Stoelzels Structures Inactive Member writes:

Glad to help. The other thing I might suggest (request) is that we have a free demo product (CD display base) that might might helpful in practicing and see a sample of what I make before buying anything. Hopefully you'll like it, if not, it's only a few sheets of paper, a small amount of foam core and about an hour of your time. Again, glad to help. -Carl

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Wargame Vault announces the availability of:

Church of the Faithful

Church of the Faithful

Publisher: Stoelzel's Structures

Stoelzel's Structures is proud to announce another in our series of modern-day homes intended for 28mm wargaming terrain for any 20th to 21st Century gaming. Certainly this product will easily lend itself to other time periods as well.

This terrain project was designed specifically to be built on standard 5mm foamcore, for added durability and general heft. Each of our modern-day homes comes with a fully modeled interior, which is accessible for game play by removing the roof.

Our units are move-in-ready. Each home comes with a selection of furniture to decorate and populate the house. More furniture will come in future releases. Mix and match furniture between projects.

Formatted for printing on 8.5" by 11" paper with a maximal image area of 8" (203.2mm) by 10" (254 mm).

"Come all ye Faithful"

The Church of the Faithful was constructed in the late 17th Century in the remote woods of a struggling fishing community. Within 20 years of the church's completion, the local community simply disappeared, leaving nothing but a ghost town, and a number of local urban legends behind. It is not even clear which religion was practiced in this church, but local rumors point toward the worship of an ancient and forgotten pagan entity.

Church of the Faithful

This church comes with a fully accessible interior for game play, and some furniture to go in it. The church also comes with an optional basement, and stairs to accommodate the extra lift.

This project is designed to be built on 5mm thick foamcore. Simply print out the image sheets provided, mount them on foamcore, cut them out, and assemble.

Width: 16"
Depth: 25.35"
Height: 10" at peak, 11" at tower (add another 2.5" for the optional basement)

Price: $7.00 USD

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