In the future, war rages between the magic users and the tech users. Those that were not born with the ability to use magic became jealous and developed powerful tech to combat the powerful spells of the wizards. After battling each other to a stalemate the Dominion threw every resource they had into developing time travel. Their goal was to jump their technologically advanced army thousands of years into the past so that they could take the magic users by surprise and eradicate all traces of magic from the planet before they knew what hit them. It didn't go as planned....
This will be my sandbox for everything related to the Mech DnD campaign I am running based on a home brew / quasi 4th edition rule set. I figured I should share some space station tiles and some character sheets I did in a Cad program along with links to all of my mech stuff I've created for this game. Everything is a work in progress and many things will change as the game goes on. All suggestions, requests and comments are welcome! If you would like for me to alter something so that you could use it for your particular game then do not hesitate to ask :)
The space station map is scaled for 17"X22" so that each square is 1"X1"
The starter's set: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2847301
The SteamPunk Set: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2880534
The heavy weapons set: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2854645
The Construction set: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2850362
The medieval set: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2856754
The Helbrute set: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2923465
Modular Building Set: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2930170
Game Update: So, we had our first game and it went pretty successful! Mechs rained from the sky and squashed a group of cultists trying to perform some malevolent ritual at the half sunken space ship in the ocean. I feel like I failed as a DM to push the players towards realizing mech users and magic users needed to join forces to combat a greater coming evil.... but it was the first game so hopefully I can covertly convince them to shrug off their horrid past of wizards torturing their families in the first war and realize they need to do something for the greater good. But if they don't... then at least they will have some fun along the way as the world is plunged into darkness under the rule of a demon god :)