Talisman Dragon King Keeper
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This little holder is intended to be used when playing Talisman (boardgame) with the Dragon expansion.
It's purpose is to keep the tokens for the election of the new king, and to show the actual dragon king to the players.
Simply stack the drawn dragon tokens in front of the right color, when full (3pcs) a new king has been chosen.
The original cardboard crown is used as indicator. It slides in a slot (with arched bottoms) behind the dragon-heads.
I used parts of: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2341075
- adapted token holder to fit a stack of 3, and multiplied for each dragon.
Check your printer whiles printing the dragon-heads, as they are small, they could stick to your extruder-nozzle if they don't stick properly to the bed.
No supports needed.
Tested print on Prusa MKII.
Print the dragon heads separately in 3 colors .. glue them to the base.
I used lack-pens for color, as I didn't have the right filament colors.
I can only say how gratefull I am that people share stuff so others can change it. So if you're keen to that principle, don't go making money on what people share for free !
Beware for the dragon-heads, as they are rather small to print .. make it stick to the bed!
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