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    3dbreed
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    Hi everyone!

    We are 3DBreed Miniatures and we are currently running a kickstarter campaign called ‘March to Hell: Rome’ which is composed of Stl files of ancient armies to print at home.
    We have managed to unlock 3 armies, more than 100 STL models and we are close to unlocking the Carthaginian army and the Roman republican army.

    http://kck.st/3p5ikI1

    Thank you very much for your attention and all the best,
    3DBreed Miniatures

    ROMAN GENERAL

     

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    #1594707

    hairybrains
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    I’ve backed this one and printed of the free minis at 15mm

    IMG_7410

    This one is without strong tone and shields

    IMG_7411

    This the finished item with strong tone over everything.

    They were printed on an Elegoo Saturn at 0.05 layer height.

    Anyone got any idea’s for a rule system for these? I’ve looked at MeG but the rules seem to be out of print at the moment and I’ve ordered Infamy Infamy, is there anything else I should be looking at?

    #1595247

    limburger
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    Maybe it is me, but they look dwarf-like … a bit short and squat for humans.

    @hairybrains I’d be thinking of ‘clash of spears’, but they don’t officially cover that era at yet …

    #1595333

    hairybrains
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    Yes I think your right, that seems to be the style they are going for, their WW2 stuff is the same. Still at 15mm I think they look ok. Can you play Clash at 15mm?

    #1595436

    limburger
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    There is no official scale for Clash. They don’t even specify base size. I’d say that like any rule set that isn’t from a mini manufacturer you can use it at any scale you like.

    #1595528

    hairybrains
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    Thanks I’ll take a look at Clash. I see they got a mention on the weekender.

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