The Wightwood Abbey Ancient Shrine is an intricate and highly imposing model. The roots of the massive wightwood tree twist and curl around a crumbling shrine to an unknown god, and the branches of this colossal tree rise up to tower 18″ over your gaming table! There are numerous small details which really bring this piece to life, including a nearly hidden entrance to an underground cave beneath the tree (totally accessible for play by lifting the shrine away from the base). There are many locations designed for a miniature to stand on, and encounters can range all over this striking tabletop landmark.
Full of detail, the Wightwood Abbey Ancient Shrine contains plenty of nooks and crannies to hide characters waiting in ambush or taking cover from pursuers. A carefully concealed underground cave is accessible by lifting the top section of the model off (players will never suspect encountering what lurks below!). The shrine itself can be reached from three sides (the forth side providing full cover) and across the model several ‘perching points’ have been considered to allow miniature placement all across this massive piece of terrain.
Perfect as a centrepiece to your woodland or ruins scenario, plenty of dynamic play can take place up, down, around and through the Ancient Shrine.