Modiphius and MyMiniFactory are taking the Skyrim tabletop adventure to a whole new level with the launch of the Western Watchtower, a new 3D printed modular terrain piece.

Players can recreate the iconic Western Watchtower, located just west of Whiterun in Skyrim, or build your own network of sprawling ruins and towers.

The complete set of STL files, which costs $39.99, comes with all the modular pieces you need to build the dilapidated stone fort. Each piece can be combined in many different ways, and along with the rubble sections, ramps and stairs you can create a wide variety of battlegrounds to suit your needs. 

If however, you don’t fancy purchasing the entire watchtower, you can mix and match other terrain sets, incluidng walls, rubble and stairs, from as little as $4.99.

With the modular design, this means that you can create any number of wargaming scenarios including long battlefronts and mighty forts or just a lonely outpost.

Launched earlier this year The Elder Scrolls: Call to Arms builds on the core mechanics of Modiphius’ Fallout: Wasteland Warfare game system, but has been rewritten and reworked by designer Mark Latham (The Walking Dead: All Out War, The Harry Potter Miniatures Adventure Game, Editor White Dwarf Magazine) to suit the world and inhabitants of The Elder Scrolls franchise. 

To get your hands on the Western Watchtower and other modular terrain sets visit the MyMiniFactory website.

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