SiegeWorks is the first in our ground-breaking series of fully functional model siege engines.
Bash fortress, troop and monster alike as you strike with the mighty medieval Trebuchet or sturdy catapult. Soft missiles can be launched as far as 6 feet! Follow up the bombardment with the rolling battering rams and multi-story siege tower with opening assault door.
We've even included easy-to-build nonfunctional versions of the catapults and trebuchet to match the skill level of even the novice builder. Other items in the set include the nonfunctional Bombard and Ballista and a unique system of trenches and campaign tents. But there's so much more, so please read on!
Warning: Flinging missiles of any size or weight can be hazardous! NEVER aim at people or animals—save it for your castles! WWG recommends the use of protective eye gear when operating this equipment. WWG is not responsible for any injuries incurred by the use of this model set. Seriously!
WorldWorksGames PDF terrain sets offer gamers a visually stunning and cost-effective alternative to other, more expensive gaming terrain solutions. “Print, Build & Play!”—it really is as simple as that! Download the terrain, open the PDF, print to cardstock on your home printer; build as many items as you need and PLAY! Our models are easy to build for any skill level, come with richly illustrated instructions and your environment can be as big or as small as your game requires, for just pennies a page! All of that backed by a level of detail and presentation unmatched in the industry. Our commitment is to making your game experience come to life without breaking the bank!
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