Hamlet is all what left of the town that was very famous back in the day: a few fragments of tumble-down walls, tiny houses attached to it, a small market. This city was famous in the surrounding lands by its great craftsmen, blacksmiths and a large fair. Although a smithy is still here and it is functioning nominally; a smith is the most respected and wealthy resident of the hamlet, he has a big nice house. The hamlet still has a few market stalls and a stage for the actors where you can see fun county-style perfomances such as “Hamlet”.
This kind of buildings dates from the 13th century and perfectly fits medieval, Modern Age (XVII-XIX) or Fantasy landscapes. It is also suitable for landscapes and dioramas of World War II. These buildings are compatible with 28 or 25 mm miniatures of 1/56 and 1/48 scale.
You can place miniatures on the defensive walls or inside the buildings (a roof and a part of the wall can be opened).
Hamlet terrain set is made of durable cardboard of 1.5 millimeters thick; it has double-sided full-color printing and embossing. So you have no need to paint this terrain because it has nice and realistic exterior pictures and detailed interiors. Please note that some of the buildings have stairs and doors but they're too small for miniatures (but doors can still be opened).
Note that through the material of the models (cardboard) you can modify them or turn them to ruined walls or burned out buildings.
The models could be easily assembled without glue or scissors. Each model is provided with language independent step-by-step instructions.
Together with this set you also receive 76 flat cardboard miniatures (25 mm) of different villagers.
Compatibility with game systems: Fantasy or historical game settings, 28 or 25 mm: Warhammer FB, Age of Sigmar, The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, Confrontation, Kings of War, Malifaux, Warmachine, Mage Knight, Mordheim, Hell dorardo, Alchemy, Anima Tactics, Hordes of the Things, Arcane Legions, Celtos, Field of Glory, De bellis Multitudinis, Saga, Black Powder, Dux Bellorum, English Civil War.
Size of the assembled models (L*W*H):
Town square and a market (375): 350x165x150 mm or 14x6,5x6 inches
Town wall (376): 270x200x135 mm or 10,5x8x5 inches
Smithy (378): 170x200x160 mm or 7x8x6 inches
Merchant's house (379): 120x140x170 mm or 5x5,5x6,5 inches
|Scale||28 mm, 25 mm|
|Shipping weight||1.5 kg|
|Contents||Town square: 55 details, Town wall: 39 details; Smithy: 23 details; Merchant's House: 21 details; an assembly instruction for each model|