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Wet Caverns 2

Wet Caverns 2

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This set of 3D-printable terrain expands on the Fat Dragon Games line of cavern tiles with water alongside walls and corners -- based on the latest style of FDG cavern walls, floors, and water.  It includes a waterfall to support maps with water on multiple levels, such as the Cragmaw Hideout from the introductory 5e Lost Mine of Phandelver adventure.

(If you want the same models with wavy water effect, see the Wet Caverns 2: Wavy Walls set.)

Models included in this set:

Thumbnails of tiles in the set

Recommended Print Settings:

  • Layer Size: 0.15mm, or 0.1mm for finer detail
  • Infill: 10% for all models recommended, 5% minimum
  • 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

Related Sets:

Wet Cavern & Chasm (with flat-style water)

Dry Cavern & Chasm

  • FDG Cavern Starter Set -- the basic (dry) cavern pieces in this style
  • Chasm -- tall chasm walls (that mesh with an upper level tile edge) on dry cavern floors
  • Crossing the Chasm -- natural rock steps across a chasm, on both wet and dry floors

NOTE: For wet caverns with wavy water areas (for water textures built into the models), see Wet Caverns 2: Wavy Walls.

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David B November 03, 2019 10:36 pm UTC
I am looking for some tiles with lava how would these look with that type of paint scheme?
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Aaron M November 20, 2019 4:49 pm UTC
The "water" areas on these pieces are completely flat. For a lava area, I suspect the wavy-water versions in the "Wet Caverns 2: Wavy Walls" set would work better, unless you plan to add the lava texture by hand. Even so, they would look more like "standing lava" than "running lava," so I guess it depends what effect you're going for. :)
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Clovis K October 14, 2019 3:55 pm UTC
Is there a piece with just water and no walls or edges? I want t make rivers and lakes but need some pieces to be just water.
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Aaron M October 14, 2019 6:39 pm UTC
The "water only" tile is in the FDG Cavern Expansion 1 set, along with several variations with rocks in the water. (These Dragonbite sets aren't supposed to just copy in unaltered FDG pieces, so I haven't included the plain water piece in this set.)
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