A simple crank well will fit almost any setting. From ancient through medieval and fantasy up to WWII you will find one in almost every village. It is up to you what part it willl play in your story. Will it hide an entrance to a secret tunnel, sprinng enchanted water or be simply a meeting place for local folk.
Build your own detailed well to add this vital structure to your tabletop village.
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Why is this free? Because frankly, I was young and... Well, this was one of my first products, and while I still believe that I was onto something, the execution was lacking. So if you want it, come and get it, and let me know what you think! I might revisit the ideas here in the future, and I would appreciate your feedback!
The Papercut Express is here - the best reason to railroad your players!... [click here for more]
Several years ago I collected a number of card stock kits and began building them...
I used too much white glue in places. I tried to sop up the excess glue to only make things worse. I didn’t spread the glue evenly. I missed gluing corners. My dull X-ACTO knife would leave a ragged edge on both foam board and card stock. None of my walls were the right height. I sometimes found my... [click here for more]