V.M.D. Sewer Basic Set

$35.00+




Details

Gaming terrain ideal for use with 28mm RPG miniatures & figurines associated with games like Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder, etc....

The Versatile, Modular Dungeon (V.M.D.) is going under the streets! This set brings your players down into the sewers where disgusting creatures hide behind every corner!

Set Includes (See Photo #2):

4 1"x1" Sewer Walls
2 1"x2" Sewer Walls
4 1"x1" Sewer Corner Walls
8 1"x1" Sluice Edge Tiles
4 1"x1" Sluice Center Tiles
2 1"x1" Sluice Interior Corner Tiles
2 1"x1" Sluice Exterior Corner Tiles

This 26-piece set is a Tabletop Plus original design, hand-cast in durable resin. It comes with everything you need to get started on your subterranean adventure. All components are fully configurable and compatible with other V.M.D. wall sets. Multiple sets can be combined to make larger layouts (See Photos #3 & #4).

The V.M.D. Sewer is also compatible with the old, Hirst Arts V. M. D. and has the same wall-on-center design (see photo #4).


NOTE: Photos #1, & #3 show what the set can look like when it is painted, and Photo #4 shows what the set can look like when painted and used with other VMD kits.

If you do not see something that you want, feel free to place a custom order!

ALSO NOTE:

For an additional charge, this set can be ordered pre-painted.

Additionally, this set can be ordered with a 1/4" foamcore basing to make its floor height compatible with other modular dungeon sets.

About the artists:

The pieces in this set were digitally sculpted by Terry H. Thomas and Chris Lewis.

Chris generated the substrate digital texturing of the floor tiles of this set to which Terry added the sluice design and texturing.

Terry also generated the geometry and digitally sculpted the wall sections.

Chris is a truly amazing freelance digital sculptor, who provided substrate digital texturing of the floor tiles of this set. His other work includes many miniature figure designs, which are currently being sold by Reaper Miniatures (http://www.reapermini.com/Miniatures/chris%20lewis).

Terry is the President and Chief Designer of Tabletop Plus

Payments

Payment, for items in the shop, is of course handled directly through Etsy. For custom orders, a conversation thread will be started that contains the order specifications (see Additional Information). This thread will then be converted into an Etsy order per the specifications discussed in the thread. Payment for all orders, custom or otherwise, must be made in full at the time the order is placed.

Shipping from United States

Orders ship via USPS, using the least expensive (and usually slowest) option by default. In many cases expedited shipping options will be available on checkout, though higher rates will apply.

Refunds

Be sure to read this policy carefully before placing your order:

While Tabletop Plus will do everything it can to make sure your order meets the highest of standards, THE BUYER ASSUMES ALL RISK AND RESPONSIBILITY for items that may be damaged, seized, lost, or stolen while in transit.

That being said, if you are concerned that your order may be lost or late, proof of postage, and tracking numbers, in cases of Priority Mail orders, can be provided.

Tabletop Plus will certainly replace any items that are returned due to evidence of improper craftsmanship or defective material, but not items that were broken or damaged in transit. If replacements cannot be made to your satisfaction, Tabletop Plus will refund your purchase price, less shipping.

Additional

When contacting Tabletop Plus for custom orders, please be sure to include:

-The game for which the item(s) will be made
-The budget you have set aside for the project
-As much description as possible regarding what you want.
-Photos of items that would further describe what you are looking for
-An email address and phone number where you can be reached

Please allow 24 hours for a response, and be prepared to discuss timing and pricing.

Work will not begin until payment is received in full.

Work In Progress updates will be provided through e-mail correspondence containing photographs and descriptions.