LEGO-compatible game bases
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Bases compatible with LEGO, Mega Bloks, and other similar construction toys. 24mm x 24mm size is suitable for Dungeons and Dragons or similar games with a 1" grid pattern. You could even build your own chess set with minifigs.The 48x48mm 6x6 stud base is suitable for large creatures. You probably have some of these on hand already, but just in case you need it, here's a spare.
Dec. 13 2013: My LEGO Cuusoo project was cancelled due to their new changes to their TOS, and my piece submission was no longer elegible for their program. Their loss, your gain.
File updated 01/06/15. Added 20mm square, 25mm square, 25mm round, and 25x50mm cavalry bases specifically for wargaming. If you are planning to use LEGO minifigs for Kings of War, you can print complete movement trays here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:577296 and you can download the free rules here: http://www.manticgames.com/free-rules.html
Due to LEGO dimensions, either 0.1mm or 0.2mm layer height will work best. The base is 3.2mm tall, and the studs are 1.8mm tall. Choose your print settings as you see fit with this in mind.
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