Tabletop Siege Tower: Make Your Own Medieval Siege Engine

Tabletop Siege Tower: Make Your Own Medieval Siege Engine

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by Eugene-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc
     
 

Storm the Castle!

Travel back to the Middle Ages. An invading army finds itself facing a fortified castle with massive walls and flanking towers of great height. The fierce soldiers defending those walls and towers are armed with projectiles, artillery, and other weapons for inflicting grave injury upon any opposing force, who frequently had no option other

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Storm the Castle!

Travel back to the Middle Ages. An invading army finds itself facing a fortified castle with massive walls and flanking towers of great height. The fierce soldiers defending those walls and towers are armed with projectiles, artillery, and other weapons for inflicting grave injury upon any opposing force, who frequently had no option other than to starve them out. That is, unless they had a siege tower at their disposal! With one (or better yet, several) of these amazing machines, armies could wheel themselves right up to the defenders’ castle walls, where the invaders could drop a drawbridge on top of the battlements and charge right over.

 Now with the ingenious and informative Tabletop Siege Tower kit, you can construct your own tabletop version of a mighty siege tower, designed for display and evoking those times of incredible bravery in the face of danger. Includes:

  • The classic illustrated history Castles and Warfare in the Middle Ages book
  • Supplies for building a 15-inch desktop-sized siege tower

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781435145993
Publisher:
Sterling
Publication date:
08/23/2013
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
5.80(w) x 12.00(h) x 12.30(d)

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Tabletop Siege Tower: Make Your Own Medieval Siege Engine 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
kadieKP More than 1 year ago
Although a bit confusing at times, it was a lot of fun to build.