Are your gods feeling neglected? Give them the respect they deserve with this snazzy shrine.
I was getting a little antsy to do something other then tiles for the tavern, so I created this shrine.
This piece has many possible uses. It can act as a shrine, part of a dungeon puzzle, or a special place for items or ritual sacrifices. (In game, people! No ritual sacrifices in the real world!)
There are two main variations: the shrine, which has four pillars and a roof, with molding; and the wall shrine, which has two half pillars and a roof with molding. The shrine can be set anywhere. The wall shrine is designed to butt against a wall.
Both include variations in which the shrine is completely open so you can set what you like in it, and both have an option with an altar where you can set items.
The shrine has a variation with a plinth that is sized for miniatures with a 25 mm base (most of the plastic Pathfinder and D&D minis). If you resize all the plinth parts to 200%, it should also hold large mins. This can be used to create some really interesting shrines for specific people or gods.