As the UK begins to show the first signs of coming out of the lockdown, its good to see that things are slowly returning to normal. We can meet up with friends and family who we may not have seen for weeks during this difficult time, though we are not out of the woods yet. Our good friends at Modiphius Entertainment have some Fallout goodness that will help us during this difficult time, and allow you to get a jump ahead for when normality reigns Supreme! #staysafe #stayhomeplaygames
From the Press Release
Today we’re delighted to announce the release of the Sanctuary Hills House, a brand new 3D printed model for your Fallout: Wasteland Warfare tabletop and RPG adventures.
For those hoping to play more with friends remotely, we’re going to be setting up an official online simulator using Tabletopia and / or Tabletop Simulator to use in the many online conventions coming up. We’re looking for anyone who has had experience setting up Tabletop Simulator workshop files (particularly 3d models) – if you’re interested in helping out (for real caps or credit) drop us a line to firstname.lastname@example.org
and please include details of any workshop files you’ve already created.
As you may know we delayed some of our releases to help stores catch up as they re-open. Stores should be getting the T-51 Power Armour, Vault Personnel, Unusual Allies and RPG GM Screen this month or early June. Later in June we’ll be releasing the Brotherhood of Steel Order of the Shield and Elder Maxson & Captain Cade
Constructed in the mid to late 2070s, Sanctuary Hills was a small suburb of the larger town of Concord, which was built on a small island reached by a wooden footbridge and made up of some 14 prefabricated homes. In the aftermath of the Great War, the conurbation was abandoned and became neglected with many of the homes collapsing due to the ravages of time and becoming nests for pests like radroaches and bloatflies. This surviving example is typical of the dilapidated houses in Sanctuary Hills and comes with detailed interior dressing and the option to 3D print its removable roof.
Please see images for further details: this 3D print file contains STLs for the following:
Walls and Supports
Door, Elbow Pylon x 5, Half Wall x 5, Half Wall Female, Half Wall M + F, Internal Door,
Pylon x 2, Internal Wall x 5, PYLON x 3, T-Junction Pylon x3, House Wall x 10, Window x 5, X-Junction Pylon x 3
Plank x 4, Roof x 7
Bed, Chair, Coffee Table x 2, Couch, Crib, Dresser, Dryer, Girder, Kitchen Counter, Kitchen Cupboard, Kitchen components x 5, Shower x 4, Stool, Toilet Seat, TV, Washer
We have updated all STL files with the minimum print bed size needed for the largest piece.
Please note: this is an STL ONLY for 3D printing and not the physical product. Requires a 3D printer and knowledge of 3D printing to use.
We hope you enjoy this latest Fallout 3D printed release it joins recent releases like the Ruined Red Rocket
and Preserved Red Rocket
terrain set STLs (see below) which are compatible with our Vault STL sets too! Look out for more great Fallout products coming soon,
Red Rocket stops were an iconic feature of pre-war life in the United States, offering a range of services including fusion and coolant refilling services, following the widespread adoption of these technologies. Sadly, this example has fallen on hard times, it’s walls ailing, its roof caved in, fallen into disrepair by the deprivations of life in the wasteland.
this surviving Red Rocket example seems to have been preserved in its entirety, its roof and walls still standing as if untouched by the ravages of time and life in the wasteland. Who knows what lurks inside its gleaming exterior, valuable resources like food, chemicals or stims, or perhaps an ambush from denizens that do not wish to be disturbed?