First off: I am not affiliated with Dungeons and Dragons in any way. I used the name of the game to make it easier for people to find these models to help them get into the game easier.
I love Lords of Waterdeep - it's one of my favorite games - and I made these pieces to help more people be able to play it.
Many people will recognize these designs from my Etsy shop (https://www.etsy.com/listing/157601773), where I have sold numerous sets of these pieces, or if you're in the DFW, Texas area, you may have gotten one of the numerous sets that I have given away to area charity events.
These models were designed to simultaneously make the game more enjoyable - by replacing the plain cubes with pieces that visually resembled what they are supposed to represent, and to make the game easier to play - they're easier to pick up and identify than the cubes are.
The fine details were tweaked over several iterations, with the input of visually-impaired gamers in my area, until they were easily recognizable simply by feel. Helping those with color-blindness, or other severe visual impairments was my main driving factor in refining the design to this stage - the fact that every player enjoys using them is simply an added bonus.
All models print at 100% scale.
1 shell, 10% infill.
To make a complete set for the game:
25x Warriors from orange
25x Clerics from white
25x Rogues in black
25x Mages in purple
Play and enjoy!