Welcome to (Mordheim Dice Tower) “Roll Inn”!
The most comfortable beds this side of the City of the Damned;).
The party suite upstairs is currently in need of repairs as a meteor hit the city a couple blocks from here and the resulting earthquake destroyed the top floor (at least that’s what the owner keeps telling everyone).
I also wanted this building to be as playable as possible, so I made spots on the roof where snipers could easily stand.
You might ask: How do they get up there? Well, the designers of this beautiful inn unwittingly created a perfect ladder up the side of the building, and with the gaping hole in the roof, it’s very easy to climb on up.
(Here’s more information on my ramp system for my Mordheim Tower)
When I sat down to sketch out how I wanted my dice tower to look, I decided that I wanted it to look exactly like a normal Mordheim Building and not like a “normal” rectangular dice tower. I also wanted to get as many ramps inside of it as possible. I think I accomplished both of this objectives very well!
I am very satisfied with how the Roll Inn came out. It works perfectly as a dice tower as I never have dice get stuck inside (even with the single door exit). I also have made this building as playable as possible so it doesn’t have to be solely a Line-Of-Sight blocker. The colors came out Mordheim/crazy enough.
I used random scraps and things I had laying around the house for this project:
Thin card from random packaging
Card Stock Paper
Weird plastic grates
The Back of a Broken Picture Frame
This is an entry in this competition. (If you’re going to vote, please be fair to all of the contestants, and look at the entries, and vote for your favorite, Of Course!)
C&C always Welcome!
I have added a new gallery plug in so here is a Gallery of this building from Start to finish. Enjoy!