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"My apologies, noble one, but beyond these gates is the Pharaoh's palace for his harem. As I'm sure you understand, no one but the Pharaoh, the concubines, their guards and servants are permitted within.

There's no need for anger, my lord. Please, put away that khopesh, no swords are permi-GACK!"

Finger and Toe Models announces the release of PALACE, third in the ancient Egyptian PHARAOH series. This 28mm PDF card stock set can be used as an objective or simply as terrain in your skirmish (or tactical) battles or roleplaying adventures-all on fifteen sheets of photorealistic models. The set includes a 4'x6" "big house"(the original meaning of PHARAOH) with interior that can be stacked then balconies and a rooftop added. A smaller (3"x4") building with a removable top and detailed interior can be used to create kitchens, storerooms, or quarters for the harem. An ornamental gate and walls can be used to encircle the compound, which can then be landscaped with date palms.

Of course, PHARAOH: PALACE can be used with any fantasy system using 28mm figures-and any back story you devise. The buildings can be used for any setting where adobe is the primary architecture, although the smaller building does contain Egyptian frescoes on the interior walls.

For a slide show go to www.fingerandtoe.com and navigate to 28mm historic structures.

Remember, every Finger and Toe model comes with SMOOSH ASSURANCE: if ya'll smoosh your PHARAOH: NECROPOLIS , a new one waits your summons (if you have the sacrifice) from hard drive and printer.

 

 
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April 13th, 2012
Very nice add on to the Temple and Necropolis sets, quick and easy. Not a lot of options which would make the set more versitile, but non the less well designed and engineered, no problems with assembly and instruction which is way more than you can sa [...]
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FTM053
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File Last Updated:
July 10, 2011
This title was added to our catalog on March 02, 2011.