Finally! Gothic Terrain! Build your own cathedrals and dministratum buildings with the September Pack by GrimDark Terrain!
Please note that there is several pieces with abbreviations like MCBT or LCBT. The letters CBT stand for “Civitas Building Tile” and refer to the heights low (L), medium (M) and high (H). If there is a number as a prefix, that number refers to the width of a civitas plastic piece. As an example: a 2 HCBT piece refers to the largest civitas size, a 1 LCBT piece refers to the smallest. 😉 You want to keep that in mind when building, because the mechanicum building are fully compatible to GW’s range.
The Imperial Palace is a new product line that has its debut in September 2021. The Imperial Palace can be used to build all official imperial buildings such as governours residences, administratum buildings, cathedrals and all other facilities the Imperium would bring to a newly compliant world.
Kits you can build with this Package
Howard Frank (verified owner)
I’m extremely happy with this package.
So far I’ve printed a few of the components for the crypt tower plan, and they’ve all printed flawlessly so far. The parts I’ve printed are very compatible with the official civitas kits and match them in form and detail perfectly. The pre-supported models are easy to clean and I’ve not had to change my usual print settings on my Elegoo Mars 2 in order to find success. I’ve printed at 0.025 layer height, so it’s taking a long time to print on my models, but it does mean they’ve got flawless detail with no choppiness!
Finally I’d add that the range of parts available in this month’s subscription is crazy. From the tiny church pews to the massive double height windows (including several ruined versions!), you’re getting a huge amount for the subscription price.
If you’re on the fence about starting a GrimDark subscription, this is definitely a good month to pull the trigger.
Jason Whitford (verified owner)
Absolutely loving this collection. Well supported and flawless prints right out of the box (Anycubic Photon 2).
Huge range of options. Well worth the subscription.