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“Yes, my lords and my lady, this is the fabled necropolis of King Scorpion the second. It is rumored–by common people–that it contains all the treasures of his palace. For a modest fee, I might introduce you to someone who could assist you in your quest. He’s a temple priestly magician somewhat down of his fortunes, and therefore eager to partner with such . . . fearsome (and comely) warriors as you three. You’ll need magic to enter the catacombs beneath. They run for many stadia, but are dark, and the air is too stale for torches, so you’ll also need his mage light. Yesssss, Ra-Hotep is just the man for you. On my word as an honest guide.”


Finger and Toe Models announces the release of NECROPOLIS, second in the ancient Egyptian PHARAOH series. This 28mm PDF card stock set can be used as an objective or simply as terrain in your skirmish (or tactical) battles or roleplaying adventures–all on thirty sheets of photorealistic models.


The set includes the fourteen by eight inch mastaba, the king’s tomb, with fully detailed interior and a roof that removes in sections, so you can reveal only what the players explore. A smaller mastaba has a detailed interior with a removable exterior shell. Also included are tiles for building the passageways that lay beneath many Egyptian tomb complexes–three and a half miles beneath the Step Pyramid. Props include a massive royal sarcophagus with removable lid, altar, and magical stelae. Of course, PHARAOH: NECROPOLIS can be used with any fantasy system using 28mm


figures–and any backstory you devise. For a slide show go to and navigate to 28mm historic structures. Remember, every Finger and Toe model comes with SMOOSH ASSURANCE: if ya’ll smoosh your PHARAOH: NECROPOLIS , a new one waits your summons (if you have the sacrifice) from hard drive and printer.

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This title was added to our catalog on November 11, 2010.