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Scythe Board Game Fan-Designed Models
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These are models I've created for my print & play version of the Scythe board game. Details can be found on my blog windthefrogblog.com. I'm offering these files via Thingiverse so that other fans of the game may print them for their personal copies of the game. It is not my intention for people to print and sell these models, hence their release under a 'non-commercial' license.
If you want the real deal, professional version of the game go to stonemaiergames.com and give Jamey Stegmaier your money! It's well worth it. Get it here:
And here's a link to my blog entry about the models:
All of the models have thin supports built into the designs, no additional supports should be necessary. Just carefully snap the thin walls out after you've printed. There may be a bit of stringiness as a result, and some of the pieces can be a bit fragile in the finished print. It's a work in progress, I may come back to fix those things when I have time.
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