Stilt houses with thatched rooves inspired by traditional Vietnamese architecture. Some of the models have the same size of walls and roofs , and can be interchanged if desired. Most of them are suitable for playing Vietnam, South East Asia and Pacific wargame scenarios.
Hut of weaved walls with gable and hipped roof (irimoya yane-type), placed on stilts. The set includes the house and the base (but not the struts) and needs to be assembled and painted. When assembling, it is sometimes necessary to fill small seams or gaps with putty.
Traditional Asia Pacific house with woven bamboo walls and palm leaves roof. This model is assembled and wargame quality painted (basic colors, washes and dry brush). The unpainted set has to be assembled. When assembling, it may be necessary to fill small gaps with putty.
A coconut-log barricades without built-in weapon emplacements. Made from P.U. resin, unpainted. Figures not included. Length : 12cm (4.72’’), Width: 3cm (1.18’’), Height: 2cm (0.78’’) 10,5cm X 10,5cm (4.13’’ X 4,13’’), Height: 2cm (0.78’’) Approximate weight: 58g
Resin model of pyramid-shaped steel pillboxes of Japanese defense on Betio Island. Made from P.U. resin, unpainted. Figures not included. Size: 9cm X 9cm (3.54’’ X 3,54’’), Height: 5cm (1.96’’) Approximate weight: 60g