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Rustic Stone and Wood Stairs


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The Rustic Stone and Wood Stairs pack contains stair tiles that allow for multiple level RPG or tabletop gaming. The stairs allow for miniature placement between levels and the spiral stairs utilize space for multiple level buildings. This pack is part of the Clorehaven City line of building tiles compatible with all other OpenLOCK products.

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


Hard leather boots struck the wooden planks as the sentry ascended the watchtower.  With alarm bells still ringing in his ears he reached the top of the tower. His fellow soldier confirmed it and pointed. He looked to the distant wood and could see the scurrying of impish greenskins. Another bloody night ahead.


  • 12 September 2019 – (Version 1.1) Full stair option added.


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Layer Height

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


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6 questions for Rustic Stone and Wood Stairs

  1. oniakki (verified owner)

    Would it be possible to get a variant of the straight staircase without the platforms? As in just the steps on a pair of I tiles and/or a single S tile?

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      Yes, we can do that.

  2. me_jagro (verified owner)

    Is there a possiblity to get a version of the S-low with a connection opening at the top?
    That way you can connect the spiral to a straight piece.

    Or a version of the spiral stairs starting straight and ending in a spiral at the top.

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      Yes we can do this. I’ll add it to be developed.

  3. Ddraig Goch (verified owner)

    Is there any chance of a version of the stairs with Clorehaven style stone floor on top instead of wood?

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      It’s something we could possibly look at doing in the future. We did do trials for the steps in full stone but the wood was a better design in the end.

  4. Ddraig Goch (verified owner)

    @Sam, thanks for explaining. It looked like rough stone stairs were in a Reddit photo of the Inn of the Welcome Wench but if that was a prototype i understand it got replaced with the wooden steps version. I’ll look into using the stone steps from the dias for the outdoor steps for now.

  5. icristian.hrimiuc (verified owner)

    I am trying to create a S-tile model of a set of stairs going 180 degrees, similar to having two halves of “I-Spiral-Schist-Wood-Stair-B-v1.1” (without the platform) adjacent but on different heights. The end result will have the same height as “S-Full-Schist-Wood-Stair-v1.0” which is perfect from my point of view. I am not very successful in my attempt mainly because I’m not a 3d modeler. Could you add this to the next package? I honestly believe that other people will find this piece useful in a lot of cases, I would even prefer it to having two “I-Spiral-Schist-Wood-Stair-B-v1.1”

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      It’s something we could possibly have a look at, although the steps would be very tight considering the angle of incline.

  6. icristian.hrimiuc (verified owner)

    I believe you may have misunderstood me. The angle of the steps does not change from what it is right now in “I-Spiral-Schist-Wood-Stair-B-v1.1”. The steps just continue to climb with the same angle till they reach the top of a “S-Full-Schist-Wood-Stair-v1.0” tile. They will be a total of 8 steps making only a 180-degree turn(half of “I-Spiral-Schist-Wood-Stair-B-v1.1” has 4 steps and turns 90-degrees). I believe @oniakki from the first comment is requesting the same piece as me. If you can contact me at [email protected] I can send you a picture with what I am trying to do.

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      You can send any suggestions to [email protected]. I have emailed you.

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