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Vyllage-on-the-Cheep COLOR Ancient Ruins

Vyllage-on-the-Cheep COLOR Ancient Ruins

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The crumbling ruins of an ancient temple or castle is a classic setting for adventure, and now MicroTactix brings these places to life in 3D cardstock kits with the new full-color Vyllage-on-the-Cheep? Castle Ruins and Ancient Ruins modular building kits. Designed by Gary M. Williams for use with any fantasy role playing or miniatures game, these kits join a growing line of full color downloadable sets which can be combined and used to build complete fantasy cities.

Ancient Ruins - Remnants of Lost Greatness!
When you want more variety and detail in ruined constructs, the Ancient Ruins set is what you need. This set contains modular columns, archways, and stone lintels that can be used to dress up any interior or exterior setting. These are perfect for adding variety to a dungeon hall or standing alone to mark an old temple or altar! Also included are broken wall and floor sections that are completely modular. Use a few to represent the remains of a manor house or small building, or combine them and build an entire ruined amphitheater! The pieces stack to allow you to create multi-level constructs with lots of great detail.

For maximum flexibility, combine this set with the Castle Ruins modular set (MTX-VC3008) with towers, heavy walls, an amazing recessed entrance base unit and much, much more. Build the big stuff, and dress it up with add-ons and details from the Ancient Ruins set -- for just pennies!

All Vyllage-on-the-Cheep sets come as PDF files that can be printed to any printer. Make as many buildings as you choose! Scaled to popular 25 to 28mm miniature figures (or MicroTactix cardstock standup counters), these buildings can easily be reduced during printing to 15mm scale for those who prefer smaller miniatures.

Get the COLOR Ancient Ruins set right now for only $4. You can collect the entire color Vyllage for little more than the original black-and-white Vyllage did when it was released -- and a lot less than any major miniatures game expansion!

Watch for the release of each new color set, and celebrate with us the full-color rebirth of the product line that created the cardstock buildings craze, and heralded the start of the MicroTactix line of products. The Vyllage-on-the-Cheep is brighter, better and more all-around useful than ever -- but it's still... well... cheep!


Vyllage-on-the-Cheep Vyllage House

The FREE Vyllage-on-the-Cheep Vyllage House by Gary M. Williams is a great way to check out the new color buildings -- free!
CLICK HERE for immediate free download!


MTX-VC3000 - Vyllage-on-the-Cheep COLOR Preview Set
MTX-VC3001 - Vyllage-on-the-Cheep COLOR Set 1
MTX-VC3002 - Vyllage-on-the-Cheep COLOR Set 2
MTX-VC3003 - Vyllage-on-the-Cheep COLOR Set 3
MTX-VC3004 - Vyllage-on-the-Cheep COLOR Set 4
MTX-VC3005 - Vyllage-on-the-Cheep COLOR Set 5
MTX-VC3006 - Vyllage-on-the-Cheep COLOR Set 6
MTX-VC3007 - Vyllage-on-the-Cheep COLOR Stone Bridge & Towers
MTX-VC3008 - Vyllage-on-the-Cheep COLOR Castle Ruins
MTX-VC3009 - Vyllage-on-the-Cheep COLOR Ancient Ruins
MTX-CF4101 - Vyllage-on-the-Cheep VYLLAGE FOLKS color cardstock figures
MTX-DCK1001 - Dirt Cheep Keeps Basic Set
MTX-DCK1002 - Dirt Cheep Keeps Accessory Pack

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April 2nd, 2007
not too bad, fairly modular and the files are easy to work with. keep the items coming<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Acceptable<br><br><b>VALUE</b>: Satisfied<br> [...]
May 24th, 2004
Great simple yet detailed model that goes very well with the ancient ruins set. Color and design is very nice. [...]
December 5th, 2003
Cool idea, done not so well. Too many little tabs to glue and folds to make. Could have been done a lot simpler and looked just as good. [...]
November 25th, 2003
I'm in the process of building this set as support for the Lord of the Rings Hexclix game. The pieces make great props and backgrounds for a multitude of situations. Rather than being tied down to a 2D map that gets old and tired after multiple plays [...]
August 18th, 2003
A good product but I would like to of had a B&W version. [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on February 09, 2003.