Formed with stones loosely packed and mortared together, this wall is about 6-7 feet (2 metres) high. The wall will stop a charge and present an obstacle to most attackers, but will not withstand siege equipment or particularly powerful spells.
A wall of expert craftsmanship, built using precision-cut bricks. It stands 12-14 feet (4 metres) high. This type of wall will be difficult to scale and stands up to all but the heaviest siege equipment and spells. The top of the wall can be walked two abreast, and archers can fire out using the crenellations as cover.
A simple platform elevated around 20 feet (6 metres), with protection on the platform to shield defenders from arrows and spells. Archers and casters can fire down from the platform onto approaching forces.
This stone tower consists of two floors and a rooftop. There’s storage space for weapons, ammunition, food and water, along with several beds for the occupants. From the rooftop, the defenders are protected against incoming fire. A tower of this construction stands up to all but the heaviest siege equipment and spells.