|HELLWORKS: CATHEDRAE NOCTIS|
|Format||SKU||Genre||Product Line||Scale||Released||File Size|
|PDF Download||wwgcnh2||Fantasy||Classics||1", 1.5"||July 20, 2007||30.3 MB|
As the grim tolling of bells peals out of the bellfry, snarling gargoyles and faceless statues seem to somehow acknowledge your arrival. Towering pillars cast long shadows in the dimly lit gloom of these towering halls. Somewhere a demonic choir sings a blasphemous hymnal as the rotting corpses of sinners and devils line the pews. Don't lower your head! Don't fall to your knees! And don't bother praying... it won't help you now. This is Cathedrae Noctis... where even angels fear to tread!
Cathedrae Noctis brings your darkest, gothic fantasies to life! With it's optional wall types you could make towering structures that dwarf all other terrain on the table or make a simple shrine or chapel with equal ease! Even ruined buildings are no problem with the EZ-Kitbashing guide included! Colourful stained glass windows with monstrous themes add depth and atmosphere to your model and props galore provide both extra detail and vital in-game cover, ranging from simple candelabras to the very heart of darkness itself!
And as always, fully photographed, step-by-step instructions to guide you through the assembly process!
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James Allaire said:
Purchased this set and the add on. Magnificent! Will post some photos after I put my nephew's D&D group through their session.
Keep up the good work. I will be back next month to purchase another set.
Review Posted: August 27, 2009
Dennis O'Brien said:
This is just plain an awesome set, and even better if you get the addon. I have primarily used it in Mordheim - the inclusion of ruined and exposed walls makes this a very satisfying match for the setting of Mordheim.
Some very nice touches, and fairly versatile, it can be used in nearly any setting - from mediaeval to modern to the grim darkness of the WH40K universe. In Mordheim it quickly became 'Goblin Territory - Stay Out!' as the greenskins used the balconies and stairs to excellent effect.
At some point in the future I intend to run a game with Gargoyle PCs, where the Cathedral will serve as home base.
A solid Five out of Five.
Review Posted: June 17, 2009