The architecture was quite different from what they were used to in the city. Buildings were predominately round structures, no higher than one storey, built with stones and boulders scattered generously on the steppes around the village. Roofs were covered with thick thatch and even doors seemed to be braided with the long stalks of local grass. Said grass was actually quite a popular resource, it seemed, as not only their houses but also their shields and baskets and even clothes were woven and braided and plaited. What they couldn’t create with plant matter they supplemented with skins and furs of the ginormous boars they domesticated. It wasn’t necessarily that they were uncivilized or uncultured. They were just so closely and profoundly connected with nature, with their land, that the tribe never felt the need to reach the levels of development that people in the western cities were accustomed to. People here trusted the earth to nourish and protect them.
Invite the Woodwose Tribe onto your tabletop and let them enrich your campaign with unusual and exciting plot devices. Whether you decide to introduce them as allies or villains, their unique cultural and societal characteristics will make your adventure even more engaging and interesting!
Each figurine, no matter the character or terrain, has been artfully designed and sculpted to portray a realistic, diverse, and detailed Tribe.
All miniatures have been professionally pre-supported while the terrain pieces print without the need for support. All models come as clean STL files for quick and easy printing.
All miniature models come pre-supported and as clean STL files. Terrain models print without the need for supports (supportless).