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Micro Dungeons

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This is a collection of one inch by one inch dungeon tiles that use modified Dragonlock Clips to clip together. Sometimes you have to build a HUGE dungeon that could take up three 4X8 tables if you did it to scale. With these, you could fit that dungeon on your dining room table, and still have room for character sheets. 

Maybe you are into OSR games with huge sprawling dungeons, or you prefer pen and paper scale. This set is comprised of pen and paper scale 3D printable dungeon terrain. 

Maybe you only have access to a small table when you play, these are perfect for that. 

THESE SHOULD BE PRINTED WITH SUPPORT everywhere, open support settings in Cura, the only thing you want to change is "Support Z Distance". Change that setting to ".2", that will automatically change a couple of other settings, too, that's fine. The supports should just fall right out after printing. 

Print settings are either FDG mini settings, or FDG terrain settings. If you do terrain settings, change the wall count to "3"

https://imgur.com/gallery/vZBprkm

Model List;

-Archway Wall

-Hall 4 way intersection

-Hall Corner

-Straight Hall

-T Hall

-Monster Pawn

-Hero Pawn

-Corner With two openings (doorways)

-Corner with Left Opening

-Corner With Right Opening

-Wall With Opening

-Small Room With Two openings A

-Small Room With Two Openings B

-Small Room With Three Openings

-Small Room With Four Openings

-Small Room (one opening)

-Small Room With 1 Archwall

-Small Room With 2 Archwalls A

-Small Room With 2 Archwalls B

-Small Room With 3 Archwalls

-Small Room With 4 Archwalls

-Angled Wall

-Corner

-Curved Wall

-Wall

-XL Hall 1 opening

-XL Hall End 1 Opening

-XL Hall 2 openings

-XL Hall End 2 Openings A

-XL Hall End 2 openings B

-XL Hall End 3 openings

-XL Hall End 1 Archway A

-XL Hall End 1 Archway B

-XL Hall

-XL Hall Corner

 
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Richard J October 12, 2019 6:58 am UTC
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Just purchased. Would love to see more of these. Stairs!!! Would also be interested in different floor and wall textures, wood, tudor ect. Great work! Looking forward to whatever-else you produce in this "Micro" scale.
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Michael S October 12, 2019 11:58 pm UTC
CREATOR
Thank you! I plan on making more, hoping to integrate some LED models in as well
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Robert R October 06, 2019 6:49 pm UTC
A list of pieces, and if it includes mini figures like the cover pic shows please.
At least I think that's a mini fig in that quarter sized corridor turn.
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Michael S October 07, 2019 12:55 pm UTC
CREATOR
I will add a list of parts. Trying to figure out images that will stick to the page instead of being a link, haven't heard back from DrivethruRPG on exactly how to do that
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Michael S October 07, 2019 3:17 pm UTC
CREATOR
There are two micro minis, basically pawns. One hero, and one monster. I may or may not add more depending on feedback. The thought was most players have a regular mini that reps their PC, so the GM basically prints off enough pawns to rep each player and paints them a different color for combat initiative. Same theory with monsters. I could add a big boss or something, I guess.
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Anthony B October 06, 2019 4:23 am UTC
This set sounds great but could use some pictures to show potential buyers what they look like. Also a list of the different pieces would also help.
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Eric G October 06, 2019 11:22 am UTC
Agreed. I want to know what/how many pieces I'm getting before I buy something like this.
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John J October 06, 2019 9:05 pm UTC
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Looks like around 40 models. They looks pretty well-done. Going to try printing a few tonight.
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Michael S October 07, 2019 12:57 pm UTC
CREATOR
Check out Mbtls498 on imgur, not sure a link will work in this box, but, http://imgur.com/gallery/vZBprkm
This is pics of all 38 parts
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Michael S October 07, 2019 12:57 pm UTC
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Thanks, John!
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