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The Guildhall – Hagglethorn Hollow

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The Guildhall is a 3-part tiled building that works great as a focal point in your high fantasy wargames and roleplay games. The Guildhall shares its Base with the Chieftains hall, Ruined Guildhall, and Ruined Chieftans Hall. Its Dungeon base is shared with the Chieftains Hall, Fisherman’s Hut, and Hunters Lodge.

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This product is delivered as a .ZIP file pack containing 3d printer files (STL files) for use on a home 3D Printer.


Stronghold of the evil order of Wizards, the heavily fortified Guildhall hosts their nefarious gatherings where forbidden magic is studied. The Guildhall must be assaulted if the wizards are to be overthrown.

Three versions of the Guildhall are included with this download:

  • The main model with sculpted cuts for printers with a print bed size of 200mm X 200mm
  • A folder named “Small Printer” containing cuts for printers with a print bed size of 120mm X 120mm
  • A folder named “Complete Models” with an uncut version for larger printers and scaling down purposes


  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.
  • Reference sheets for small printer and whole version included in zip.
  • Copyright Printable Scenery under license from Tabletop Troubadour Games
  • Product measurements can be found in the image gallery.
  • First Published version 1.8

Additional information


10% to 15% for most parts but increase to 20% for thin upright parts such as door frames for added strength


Prints without Supports

Layer Height

.2 for Normal Quality .1 for High Quality (.2 Layer height is recommended)

3 questions for The Guildhall – Hagglethorn Hollow

  1. ljhugz (verified owner)

    I’m noticing a few things in these files. First, the “Complete” folder does not contain the roof topper. Not a huge deal. Second, the dungeon file located in the “Complete” folder does not contain 2 doors as pictured. Interestingly, the “normal” dungeon (printable as 2 pieces) does contain both doors. Just a few observations I wanted to pass along.

    • Mike (verified owner)

      Hi ljhugz,

      The Roof Topper for the guildhall isn’t in the Complete folder because it is already complete in the main download, I see your point about putting it in the complete folder to avoid confusion.
      For the Medium Dungeon Base, it has a total of 3 entrances: 2 doors, and one open passageway. I re-downloaded the files just to double-check and they are both the same. However, we are looking at updating the Medium Dungeon Base to have the open passageway closed off with a door.

      Thanks again for your feedback, we always value it.

  2. James Gitzlaff (verified owner)

    This is a very pretty model which looks great on the table. Great work to your team and the original designer. I have just a few comments/suggestions which I’d like to offer purely for constructive purposes. Although the Guildhall is a superior piece of table dressing, I confess I’m a little disappointed how little internal space is playable. I understand that, as the original design comes from Mr. Frazer-Allen prior to scanning and conversion, there may not be much that you or anyone can do about it, but I do wish that the uppermost story, which is quite large, had a removable roof and a playable interior rather than being a solid block of plastic. Watching this huge roof print solid on ‘complete’ 115% scale is a little demoralizing. Second, I can see why reusing the dungeon and the base between multiple units (Guildhall, Chieftan, Fisherman, Hunter) can be convenient from the perspective of mixing and matching print sections, but it will foster a certain amount of visual “sameness” on the table. E.g., all these organic buildings that ‘just happen’ to use the same prefab base built on the same set of rocks. To some extent this can be ameliorated by doing things like mirror imaging the prints, choosing different paints, etc., but it would be nice if someone could go back and added a certain amount of minor decorative variation between models.

    • Mike (verified owner)

      Hi James,

      Thanks for your well-thought-out and considered feedback.
      As you identified, many of the design choices came from the original creator of Hagglethorn Hollow, including the solid roofs and interchangeable building and dungeon bases. Internal detailing on the roofs was something we discussed in the design process and steered towards adding more new models to the set rather than spending time adding to models that are great already. Ill make sure to bring it up at our next meeting, the great thing about 3D printing is you can always add and update models down the track.
      As you said sometimes a different paint job or some added decorations is all you need to break up the similarities when it comes to the dungeon bases. With some of the building and dungeons bases being quite large prints, the convenience of not having to print one for each and every building is quite handy, especially as the buildings work great without the dungeon base, some even without the building base. The town square tiles are a good way to break them up as well as they fit the building bases very nicely.

  3. tyleonhayes (verified owner)

    We printed our version of the Guildhall at 120% It’s massive!
    The quality of the print is great; looking forward to painting it?

    • Jo Boorer (verified owner)

      Thanks for the feedback. Sounds great. Send us a photo at [email protected] when you have finished painting it.

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