This set contains 7x Gothic Building Ruins
The buildings are laser cut from 3mm MDF with etched detail and supplied unpainted and unassembled packed as individual buildings.
This package is made up of several of our Gothic buildings meant for any Sci-fi (Warhammer 40k) or even World War 2 games like Chain of Command or Bolt Action.
This package includes 1x of each: GB001, GB002, GB011 (4 various corners), and the HUGE GB003.
The buildings come individually packaged and assemble easily with normal white glue, wood glue, or CA glue. The buildings come etched with details making them usable before they are even painted, although painting will enhance their appearance significantly.
Each build is various size, but as you can tell from the images, they are LARGE and scaled well to work with 40k figures. The larges footprint is of GB002 which is It is roughly 10 1/4″ wide x 7 3/4″ deep x 7 3/4″ tall (260mm x 195mm x 195mm). GB001 is smaller width wise but taller at almost 10″ tall.
IMPORTANT: Buildings are sold un-assembled and un-painted. Any photos with miniatures are for scale only, no miniatures are included.
These ruined buildings can be made to fit right in on almost any tabletop, no matter if it is in the far flung future in the year 40,000 or if it is standing in as a ruin in a world war.
Sold as a kit of 1/8″ (3mm) MDF parts, and is not assembled or painted.
NOTE: Any figures shown in images are for demonstration and scale purposes only and not included!
Iain (verified owner) –
Great set! I got this shipped to the East Coast and it got here in around a week (super quick given the distance and COVID-related issues), and the assembly is super easy. Makes for great LoS blocking, is very easy to make unique and thematic with a bit of paint, time, and texturing, and is very easy to fit into Warhammer 40k terrain keyword rules. Byron is super friendly and helpful as well! Highly recommend.
Joel (verified owner) –
Piece quality 10/10
Shipping time 10/10
It took some searching to find a website for MDF terrain in Canada, but it was worth it. It arrived within a week instead of the two months all the other overseas sites would have taken and it was cheaper before and after shipping costs too. Also, I have found zero imperfections in the materials after building the first five pieces so far.