Max health/power holder for Tiny Epic Quest

by 3DWilson, published

Max health/power holder for Tiny Epic Quest by 3DWilson Sep 6, 2017


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Holder for Tiny Epic Quest boardgame, to fit the max health and max power tokens to the player boards. You’ll need to print two for each player (8 in total).

Print Settings


Cube 3






70 microns


Max health/power tokens are glued to the holders with double-sided scotch tape.

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Problem I found with them is that in the unlikely but very possible situation that your max energy and life match, they can't be stacked on each other.

Yes and no. They are designed that one marker can be slided under the other, but card and markers need to lay on the table for that.

Awesome! Printing asap!

Only suggestions so far are they need to more narrow so they can fit next to each other on the card and possibly add a thin outer wall so the marker will hold in place.

Have you used them frequently? How does the playermat fair after a few uses. I'd be a little concerned that it warps the top of the sheet. Other than that, really cool idea!

Not yet because I just created it yesterday afternoon. ;-)

:) I was just curious. They look super cool though. I always have issues with accidentally bumping them. I'd almost say to raise up the 2 upper spots so that its tight but doesn't bend the card. Might make the cardstock last longer. But hey I'm not a designer so take my comment with a grain of salt haha. Thanks for the design!!