|Illustrators:||Tony Lodge, Bob Venables|
Build Your Own Redwall Abbey was released in 1998 as an accessory to the Redwall series. The original price was $19.99. It is currently out of print, and considered rare. Damian Johnston contributed paper engineering.
Official Product Synopsis
The great warriors of Redwall are famed throughout Mossflower Country for their courage, honesty and skill - all of which were described at one time by Abbess Germaine in the legendary Warrior's Code. The details of this code have been a mystery, encoded in riddles - until now. With the help of some familiar friends, you can solve the mystery and reveal the code.
This unique pack discloses the secrets of Redwall with a multi-layered structure revealing the abbey level by level. Unravel the mystery and the secrets of Redwall itself with the help of the press-out characters and the story int he accompanying booklet. No cutting or gluing is required to make the abbey.
With this kit, one is able to construct a paper version of Redwall Abbey. A short story, The Redwall Warrior's Code, is also included, and many of the various clues from the riddle featured in the story can be found throughout the model. As an extra touch, 16 small paper figures of many of the characters from the book Redwall can be placed in the Abbey. These figures are about 1" tall. It takes about an hour to assemble, but most people over the age of 10 can do it without adult help.
When completed, the Abbey stands about 16" tall and sits on a laminated mat (about 32" X 23") depicting the Abbey grounds.
- Cluny the Scourge
- Jess Squirrel
- Captain Snow
- Basil Stag Hare
- Ambrose Spike
- Abbot Mortimer
- Squire Julian Gingivere
- Queen Warbeak
The Redwall Warrior's Code
Through a series of riddles, Matthias, Cornflower, Abbot Mortimer, Brother Alf, Constance, Brother Methuselah and the other inhabitants of Redwall Abbey try to find the Warrior's Code, set down by Abbess Germaine.
It takes them to the Abbott's dormitory, where a new riddle is found. The crew is then led to The Kitchen, where yet another riddle is discovered on a cider barrel of Ambrose Spike. These lines take them to Great Hall, where the remainder of the Warrior's Code is unveiled.