Finger and Toe have released an expansion to their Meso-American terrain series, Tzak-Nal: City Walls.
From their announcement:
“I am Ix-Chel! Defend my city, oh ye faithful!”
Finger and Toe Models announces Tzak-Nal: City Walls, everything you need to fortify a small 28mm Meso-American city.
Inspired by the ruins of Tulum, Tzak-Nal: City Walls, represents the defensive walls of a small Meso-American city, but this is a city and temple in decline. Plaster is peeling, moss grows along the walls, the bright colors of the sacred friezes have faded. Unfortunately for the peasants crowded in their hovels, the mighty walls defend only the houses of the nobles and the great temple complexes. The peasants will have to make do with crude palisades.
There are three different wall segments to give some variety, plus a narrow gate (the Meso-Americans only beast of burden was the body of peasant and slave), a corner, ladders, and crude wooden palisades. The basic wall segments are six inches long, two inches high, with a one inch high palisade. As a bonus and thank you, an army of Mayan figures of a king, several warriors, leaders, priests, and temple maidens (equipped with assassins knives just in case) is included.
While perfect as an historical setting, Tzak-Nal: City Walls can also be used as a lost city for pulp and fantasy campaigns, or even as a hidden base for your sci-fi raiders and rogues.
The Tzak-Nal series is based upon three actual Meso-American sites: Tulum on the Yucatan coast, Tehuacalco and La Campana (both on the Mexican west coast). Every piece in Tzak-Nal uses architecture and textures from historic sites.
Remember, every Finger and Toe model comes with Smoosh Assurance: if ya’ll smoosh your Tzak-Nal city walls, a new set waits your summons from hard drive and printer.