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Best of the Forums: Dungeon Ruins

Best of the Forums: Dungeon Ruins

STL (3D Model)

This set includes 25 dungeon-themed ruined tiles from the fan-created section of the Fat Dragon Games forums.  The tiles include:

  • 2 ruined corners (each with both orientations)
  • Ruined wall-and-post (both orientations)
  • Ruined wall
  • Ruined wall on ruined floor (both orientations)
  • 2 ruined floors with cavern post (each with both orientations)
  • 11 various ruined floors
  • A rubble-choked corridor (intended to be used with clip-on walls or reversed wall tiles on either side)

Pieces included in this set:

Included Tiles

Recommended Print Settings:

  • Layer Size: 0.15mm
  • Infill: 15% for rubble corridor end and all tiles with posts; infill is optional for wall/corner/floor tiles, though up to 15% is recommended for extra sturdiness
  • Top/Bottom Layers: 6 (or 0.9mm if using a different layer size than 0.15mm)
  • Side Shell Count: 2 (or 0.8mm if using a different nozzle size than 0.4mm)
  • Raft/Brim/Supports: none


These STLs are delivered AS-IS from the original forum posts.  Many people have printed them successfully.  If your slicer complains about any of the models, Cura is the most likely slicer to work.

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jono Y August 01, 2019 3:50 am UTC
Is there a version of this for cavern floor tiles? I need those jagged ones for a pit in a cave.
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