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|Product Name:||52 BC, Caesar's Siege Of Alesia|
|Published Artist(s):||Robert Kuske|
Are you in possession of historical figures, but lack the appropriate front line? Would you like to create your unique battlefield, maybe even a special share to reconstruct the scene of the story? From now on you have the possibility with this set to represent something unique. These buildings, which you can see here, were created on a 3D model, which are Caesar's legions invaded in Gaul. In 52 B.C., Caesar's legions were ready for the battle to conquer the strongest Gallic fortress, Alesia. In this set, you can recreate the historic siege of Alesia. The whole set was created by the modular principle, whatever, or what objects you want to use every time you have a different scene.
Features include four tents, one tent, sleeping blanket, three unique corners, three unique towers, one unique gate, four gate groups, eight terrains, six unique palisades, two unique destroyed palisades, four palisades under attack, 13 unique spikewalls, three unique frontwalls, two unique destroyed frontwalls, one palisade ladder, two flying arrows, one single arrow, two lights, one light reset, eight cameras, one under attack scene and much more.
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