Warcradle Scenics Craft A New Castle Set For Sieges

May 31, 2021 by brennon

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Warcradle Scenics has been working away on another set of terrain for those venturing into the domain of Gloomburg. Two new sets of 28mm terrain and accessories are available to pre-order right now starting with the Gloomburg Castle Set.

Gloomburg Castle Set - Warcradle Scenics

Gloomburg Castle Set // Warcradle Scenics

The MDF Castle Set comes with everything you need to build yourself a Fantasy Castle that would also work for Historical games too if you were so inclined. It breaks down into the four Corner Towers, four Removable/Optional Tower Roof sections, nine Wall Sections, a Portcullis Gate, Barbican and Gatehouse With Stairs.

These various elements are all playable with plenty of space on the walls for you to set up a skirmish or two. It looks like it would be pretty nifty for skirmish games or all-out mass battle wargames.

When it comes to those larger games, the Siege Engines & Scatter set might work pretty well.

Gloomburg Siege Engines & Scatter - Warcradle Scenics

Gloomburg Siege Engines & Scatter // Warcradle Scenics

This set has been designed so you can set up the remains of a battlefield or a battlefield in action. Hand over the Siege Tower, Battering Ram and Catapult to your troops and let them loose on your foes crowding the walls of the castle.

The set also comes with some additional Castle Stairs for you to place inside the walls, ladders and the Mantlet Shields which are handy for your archers. Both sets are distinctly Medieval and might be a good fit for those playing the likes of The Barons' War, waiting for something impressive to skirmish over.

Depending on how you approached finishing off the terrain it could work in something Pulpy too. I imagine a vampire or two could call a place like this home.

What do you make of these two new Gloomburg sets?

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"I imagine a vampire or two could call a place like this home..."

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