|INN OF THE FEISTY FRIAR|
|Format||SKU||Genre||Product Line||Scale||Released||File Size|
|PDF Download||wwgioff||Fantasy||TerrainLinX||28mm - 32mm / No-Grid, 1" & 1.5"||February 6, 2012||85.12 mb|
Somewhere in a dark and dangerous forest stands a lone Inn. Once a fine and upstanding establishment where clerics and knights met, now all that remains is but a mere shadow of its former glory. The curtains are tattered, the doors creak and the wind howls through the roofs. Watch out where you sit, because you never know what the stranger on the other table is hiding under his hooded cloak. Anything can happen here and many adventurer’s quest has begun on these beer-stained tables. So enter, sit down and share a drink with the strange people that frequent the Inn....
If you dare.
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David Hopkins said:
Some elements are extremely unclear were as others actually cant come together at all, Like the stairs. If they at least gave you a picture of each peace fully built that would be helpful or better yet showing you how to start it or something. I printed out the stairs 5 times because it was not coming together right. I thought to my self It must be printing at the wrong scale.(By the way add a scale in your PDFs so we know when we have it right!) But it turns out I did print it out to the right scale it was that there were problems with the design and if I was every going to get it to come together I would need to make some edits to the file fist... not a good sign. I have not build the whole thing yet so I cant say that the whole thing is going to be as bad as all that. But fist impression was very bad, if the rest turns out to be ok I will write up a good comment.
Review Posted: January 20, 2013
Ken Tschappat said:
This is another top notch set. Currently I am working on the second floor of a 15" x 21" Inn. Not the Feisty Friar, but the Windy Inn.
The art work was obvious before I even bought it, but it was the fireplace that caught my attention as to the level of awesomeness. This set will have a lot to offer my game as it is as generic as Thoumonts. It can be used to fit fantasy, medieval up to more modern settings I think.
Review Posted: April 23, 2012
Chris Manos said:
This set blew my mind. I have been playing around with WWG cardstock terrain for 5" years and their stuff just keeps getting better. The textures are amazing, and the variability of the terrain you can build with this set is incredible. Nothing boring about what you can build with this. In the middle of building a small tavern with this set just to get a feel for it and now I want to build it bigger!
Review Posted: March 15, 2012
Ben Farrow said:
I'd been looking forward to this since it's name first came up on the In The Works list. A fantasy tavern was something I'd often wanted to go with Thoumont's, and this was just the ticket.
It's evident a lot of work went into this, from the beautiful 3D fireplace, to the windows with a different coloured light inside to out! A great set, and a great build. I simply can't wait till I've got enough pieces to build something truly amazing.
Review Posted: February 13, 2012
Amazing set! It oozes ambiance and really sets the tone for atmosphere. (I'm reminded of the scene in The Lord of the Rings where Frodo and crew meet 'Strider') I especially like the inclusion of anchor-less floor tiles; which will make custom builds easier. I also got the props set which, although not absolutely necessary, really enhances the immersion. Stellar job all around, and highly recommended!
Review Posted: February 12, 2012