The Wightwood Abbey Thatched Longhouse is a truly epic building with enough room inside to stage a full-on dynamic, multi-level battle. Includes a number of entrances and exits, two open stories plus an additional interior room making this building perfect for defence as well as ‘laying siege’ scenarios. Fill out the interior with furniture or leave it empty, either way there’s plenty of space to move around in.
This model works well as (among other options) a dilapidated longhouse, a barn, the town hall of an impoverished community or, as it was originally intended, an infirmary of the plagued.
“Careful now brother, you won’t be wanting to stray down that old pathway, for that way lies the Infirmary of the Plagued (Light preserve us). Oh sure, it’s abandoned now, and a good thing too! But none can be sure the sickness has truly left the place, and none that I know are brave enough to find out… ” – Brother Queshire
The Thatched Longhouse is a very big model, and can serve a multitude of purposes besides an infirmary. But however you chose to use it, you’re guaranteed a very versatile building that works well as a hideout, a makeshift base, a chieftain’s longhouse and a lot more. Two levels, four entrances, removable bridge and easily accessible porch all combine to give this terrain piece a ton of functionality.