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Looking for an epic, modular cliff set perfect for your RPGs and skirmish games? Look no further!

This set includes Modular Stone Pillars that are heavily inspired by China's Zhangjiajie National Forest Park.
3 Pillars - Small (2 floors), Medium (3 floors) and Huge (5 floors). You can freely mix mid-floors from this set.
You will be able to use these models for many applications. A lot depends on how you will paint them. Use red-orange tones for desert hills, cold grey tones and snow for rocks in high mountains etc.

You will find a lot of inspiration under the following link:

It also includes Scaffolding Extenders (5 variants) - Just in case if default scaffolding is too small for your taste/needs. Just glue/bluetack them on top of the floor. The set also includes ladders - you will find two variants in it.
Wooden Footbridges will also be useful (two variants are included in this bundle) - Use them to connect your Pillars and Islands. As well as Plank Walls (7 variants included in this set) and Single Rock Islands - Those will be quite useful for connecting Pillars.

Models from this set do not require any supports (if you are using an FDM printer).

STL files included in this product:

  • Modular Stone Pillars
  • Scaffolding Extenders
  • Ladders
  • Wooden Footbridges
  • Plank Walls
  • Single Rock Islands


NOTE: This product does not contain any physical models - Contains only digital products in the form of STL files for printing on your own 3D printer.

The miniatures presented in the pictures (dwarf, female druid and warrior) are made by Duncan "Shadow" Louca and are shown only for the scale. They are used with the knowledge and consent of the author. They are not included in the presented product.


These files are licensed for personal use.
You do not have permission to sell the prints or distribute the files.

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