The Dragon Trappers Lodge



Regular price $29.00


Base: 75mm base (Huge) 
Scale: 28-32mm
Sculpted by the talented artists at The Dragon Trappers Lodge

Terror of the Stoican Frontier, Beaverlisks are terrifying creatures whose constant driving goal seems to be an effort to dam every one of the great rivers that grace the territory. Unlike their smaller beaver cousins, however, Beaverlisks do not typically use trees for their dams unless they have no other alternatives. Rather, they fix their deadly gaze on any creature unfortunate enough to cross their path, turning the creature into a wooden statue and using these bodies as the primary component in their massive dams. Despite their massive size, these creatures swim almost silently, making them all the more dangerous to those who they intend to use as building materials.

The great lakes of the Stoican Frontier are massive and beautiful, but almost all of them are the result of the damming efforts of the Beaverlisks, many of which still claim territory around or near such lakes. These massive bodies of water serve as exceptional breeding grounds for the Beaverlisks, and host no small amount of food upon which they can subsist. In spite of the many creatures they kill with their wooden gaze, these creatures are herbivores that subsist on mosses and other plants that grow only in still water. As such, their creation of these lakes is a method by which they create additional resources for themselves.

Some Navadi Tribes consider the Beaverlisks to be creatures placed in their lands as a means of divine punishment for wrongdoing. Those who are taken by a Beaverlisk are thus often thought to be purveyors of great sins, and their fates tied to divine justice. This superstition has been of great nuisance to many of the newer explorers in the region, who wish to maintain good relations with the Navadi, but who are also keen on the idea of destroying the Beaverlisks, an action which some Navadi tribes frown upon as an act of defiance towards their gods.



Model scale for tabletop miniatures indicates the distance from the ground to the eye level of an average human. There are two standards for tabletop play: 28mm and 32mm scale. Both D&D and Warhammer traditionally used 28mm scale. However, Warhammer has now moved to using 32mm scale while many D&D players also use the larger scale models.

It's your table so it doesn't really matter which scale you choose but you should aim to keep your scale consistent so that models don't look poorly proportioned in relation to one another.

The studios we work with create their models in either scale. Given that we think scale is important, but also want you to have the best range to choose from, we allow most models to be rescaled to either 28mm or 32mm scale free of charge. Some are suitable to both scales and are designated '28-32mm'. In other cases, you'll see what scale they have been modelled in and they will either have the option to 'upscale to 32mm' or 'downscale to 28mm' depending on this. Do note that if you choose to upscale or downscale a model, it may affect how it is based.
Normally, we keep don't rescale the base. So a 25mm (1 Inch) base will remain at that diameter. But if a model comes with an intricate base that has been designed for it to fit into exactly then we will reduce/enlarge the base alongside. This will mean your base will no longer fit a 1 inch grid exactly. In those cases you might choose to use a plain base instead and design it yourself.

Many of our models are also available in 54mm or 75mm scale. These are not just upscaled models but are HD versions of the model. They are truly beautiful and have incredible levels of detail. As a result, not all models are available at this larger scale but you can filter by availability in the model catalogue.

If you have any questions about any of the models and how we would scale it for you, do get in touch. Similarly, if the scaling you require is different to those we typically provide, we can arrange a custom order very easily.


As soon as we receive your order, your print will join the queue. This usually means it will be printed within one week. However, at busier times this might take longer. This is especially true in November and December when lead times can rise upwards of three weeks. Either way, we'll send you an update when your printed model is ready to go: we're pretty excited about this stage.

Your order will then be carefully packaged and securely sealed before we drop it off with the courier. UK Delivery will then take 2-4 days to reach you. Free delivery is available on all UK orders over £40. This will option appear at checkout.

Delivery to Europe will take a little longer. We'd say between 5-7 days normally.

Delivery to the USA and Canada can take up to 17 days.


We really hope you're happy with your order. If you change your mind though, we are happy to accept returns as long as you contact us to arrange this within 14 days of receipt of the item.

If you do return your order to us, we ask that you carefully package any items so they are not damaged in transit. Unfortunately, we can't offer a refund if items don't return in the condition that they left us.

To begin this process please drop Todd an email:

If there are any problems with your order, please get in touch with us and we'll do what we can to put things right.


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