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serpent king #chess
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This part was made with Tinkercad. Edit the part online at: https://tinkercad.com/things/99ggSiYgxlZ
The assembled example has some colouring issues but it's just for the sake of the picture. It was originally covered in scales but they kept disappearing. I'm not having much luck with tinkercad working the way it is supposed to.
If i can get tinkercad to cooperate I will load a full set version for download...
This chess set turns into a dragon ready to feast upon your opponent's king
The king ball pops into the socket of the queen one pawn does the same in the two smaller sockets. The bishops interlock and form the pelvic girdle. The ball of the queen goes into the socket formed by the meeting of these. make 3 sets of pawns one popped into the other, the ball of the top one goes into the socket on either side of the pelvis formed by the bishops and the remaining 2 become the tail by going over the ball of the pelvis. The 2 knights pop into the sockets in the queen to form the wings. Your Chess dragon is now ready to do battle with your opponents chessbot
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