Just did this piece in 3 days (24 hours work time) as a prototype developed after a friend came back from Historicacon game convention and related what he thought was the hottest stuff in gaming terrain. We’ll be selling this off and getting back to the city on a hill project. Everything pictured is scratch built and no I did not use a Hirst Arts molds. All of the levels interlock via a systems of pegs and matching holes. The roof and 2nd and third floors were all constructed with 1/4" x 1/4" balsa wood joist and 1/16" balsa underlayment and finally individual wood floorboard added. Constructing floors that way certainly added time to the project but the payoff is a level of realism that is tough to match. All five fireplaces are on a central flue and have decrative stone fronts. There are 2 working doors and a pivoting bookcase that reveals a secret room. Both bookcases are loaded with hand made books and scrolls. The kitchen has a floor drain that empties into a sewer grate that can be seen behind the castle. This wizard’s tower is ready for occupancy right now!