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Modular Urban Center Kit (M.U.C.K.)

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Stoelzel’s Structures is proud to announce a new series of modern –day homes intended for 28mm wargaming terrain for any 20th to 21st century gaming.  This terrain project was designed specifically to be built on standard 5 mm foamcore, for added durability and general heft.  Each of our modern day homes come with a fully modeled interior, which is accessible for game play by removing the roof.

Our units are move-in-ready.  Each home comes with a selection of furniture to decorate and populate the house.  More furniture will come in future releases.  Mix and match furniture between projects.

Formated for printing on 8.5 by 11 inches paper with a maximal image area of 8 inches (203.2mm) by 10 inches (254 mm).

Modular Urban Center Kit (M.U.C.K.)

Our city is continuing to grow and stretch out before our eyes.  To help all of you real estate speculators out there, we, of Stoelzel’s Structures, bring you our Modular Urban Center Kit or M.U.C.K. for short.

This kit includes 6 different building styles, with two brick color options for each.  Each three-floor wall option comes in three widths (4.5, 6 and 9 inches), with each of the 14 floor options sized for four of the common wall combinations (4.5 x 6, 6 X 6, 4.5 X 9 and 6 x 9).  There are several different options for store fronts on the ground floor, choose a simpler option with the doors and windows printed directly onto the walls, or use our store front inserts to add recessed door, and a wood store façade with various color options.   If that wasn’t enough, we provided nearly 50 pages of bits and decorations to customize you buildings.

Like our other products, the M.U.C.K. is designed with access to the building’s interior in mind.  Build your modular urban units in one of two styles.  The three quarter building is built leaving the back of the building off and is perfect for buildings lying on the edge of your gaming table…. er… the edge of your city.  Or…. build the lift out building, where the second and third floors are removable from the top.  Instructions are provided for both.   Plan your buildings the way YOU like (just make sure to get the proper permits).

Still not convinced, fine, you’ve twisted my arm.   I’ll throw in a nice dice roller building topper to throw on top of your buildings.  Simply drop your dice in the top, they come out the side and land in a nice little containment area, no harm, no foul, no knocked over miniatures, no eye injuries.

 

What M.U.C.K offers you!

12 different building styles

4 different building sizes

Customizable shop fronts

Dice roller building topper

More than 250 pages of images

 

Warning:  Significant others and Parental units are likely to be upset by leaving M.U.C.K on the kitchen table.

 
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Colin M July 01, 2017 2:11 am UTC
PURCHASER
I wonder, can these be scaled down? By that I mean, could I use this with 15mm figures?
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Steve N October 27, 2016 9:53 pm UTC
I've been searching for buildings that would fit a pulp era game and thanks to robert c.'s review, it looks like I've found it!
One question, though, can I build them without the foam core? I don't really need the extra sturdiness.
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