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This week’s community submission is a foam core Typical Tavern brought into the third dimension by Nicholas Elliott. I’m always thrilled to see 3D versions of my building maps, especially as impressive as this!

Click on the images to zoom in! Please enjoy…

The Tavern! 

Inspired by designs from 2-Minute Tabletop, miniature artist and crafter Nicholas Elliott built this interactive piece for use in the Twitch streamed DnD game, The Company of the Grey Wolf. The show airs its second season live on Twitch Wednesdays at 4.30pm PST / 7.30pm EST on twitch.tv/joshuabarbeau. Previous episodes and the first season are available on YouTube.

Please join us on July 29th where the Tavern is expected to be used for the first time!

— Nicholas

Thanks for sharing this one, Nicholas. All the best with your stream!

If you would like to grab the Typical Tavern map that inspired this build, you can find it below alongside a few similar buildings…

If you do, or if you have your own photos you would like to share, please reach out to me! You can email me at 2minutetabletop {at} gmail {dot} com, or you can find me on social media…


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Ross McConnell

DM, aspiring artist, and founder of 2-Minute Tabletop! I love drawing, writing, and worldbuilding, and this is the website where all of it comes together.

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