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Construct Servants for D&D

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This is a remix of https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3041065 - the Starfinder Rock FOlk from chdd.

Things I did to it;
- Moved the left arm so it would print better without supports
- Added eyes
- Added hands
- Added weapons (two versions with an axe, one with a sword)
- Added simple supports

They should print upright with a brim but without any additional supports, although I found the sword needs filing smooth in some cases, and is a little delicate.

I've printed the samples at 0.08mm layer height (it was a bit quicker, and I got impatient !), and painted them as metallic constructs, but you could equally well paint them in stone or earth colours.

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There's a story behind these three guys. There's a wizard in our D&D world who is somewhat eccentric. He runs a menagerie of a particularly twisted nature, and wanted some servants to help him out, as well as doing the looming-over-unwanted-guests thing. So he decided to get a trio of Warforged.

But high intelligence doesn't equal high wisdom. The gnomes he contacted for his new servants saw this, and thought they could make a load of extra profit. So they sold him some really crude constructs and told him they were Warforged "in their natural state".

Unfortunately for the gnomes, the wizard saw through their little scheme. They discovered that the constructs may have been crude, but they were highly obedient, as their new master ordered them to hold the gnomes down on the operating table as he prepared them (without anaesthetic) to be the newest exhibit in his sick menagerie......

  • 3D file format: STL

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Hi ! My name is Sean. I started 3D printing because I wanted to create and print things to support my love of Dungeons and Dragons.

After printing some wonderful designs by other talented people, I found there were gaps - things I wanted but couldn't find designs for. So I started making a few creations of my own. I hope you like them ! I test print everything on my trusty Ender 3 before publishing.

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