The Wooden Dungeon Door is probably the most common types of doors in tabletop gaming. Our door is surrounded by gnarly rocks features, has warped wood grooves, and has a lock which actually has a hole to see through!
Suggested Wooden Dungeon Door Tabletop Miniature Uses:
* The lock represents that a door is either locked or can be locked
* The lock itself could be tied to a trap such as poison needles that extend out to prick the finger or hand
* A player can navigate through by picking the lock to undo a barred door or they can use a strength check to see if it can be broken down
* Heavy tools such as a sledgehammer or use of any number of spells/magic items give characters an easy way around a locked or sealed door
Each Wooden Door Miniature is made individually WITHOUT using a manufacturing mold.
The Stone Dungeon Door is another common type of door in tabletop games. Carved from solid blocks of stone, these heavy doors are often built so that they pivot when opened. Secret doors concealed within a stone wall are usually stone doors.
Suggested Stone Dungeon Door Tabletop Miniature Uses: * The solid stone door side is best used as a secret door or dwarven door * The cracked side can represent a stone door that has been broken or one that slides to open instead of pivots * A player can navigate through by finding a secret level/switch, or they can use a strength check to see if it can be broken down * Heavy tools such as a sledgehammer or use of any number of spells/magic items give characters an easy way around a locked or sealed door
Each Stone Door Miniature is made individually WITHOUT using a manufacturing mold.
The Necromancer Alter Miniature features a pentagram on each side and comes with a metal 7/16″ Orb of Power.
This is an iconic piece that should come into play whenever demonic or necromantic flavor is in play.
Necromancers are very common in DnD and other tabletop game universes and can be used to create stories of the utmost evil. You can use multiple alters to create summoning circles as well as other ‘alter-native’ required measures.
Available in stone grey or hand painted.
Approximate Size: A little smaller than 1 inch wide, 1 inch tall at the spires