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NurGoblin: Your first 3D team for fantasy football!

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Fantasy Football, is a tabletop game where two teams play an american football game against each other. The game is took in a fantasy world, home of legendary creatures like orcs, dwarves, elves, goblins etc.

Usually, 28-32mm miniatures are used for this game, representing players on the field. Goal of the game is the touchdown, who makes the most wins!

The game is played on a boxed playground.

Main rule is: no-hold-barred, in fact players can try to wound and mutilate opponents to get an easier touchdown by reducing the number of opponents.

 

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Crosslances propose his own team, completely in digital, for 3D printing.

In our team you'll find crooked, genetically modified abominations, perfect to be played as Goblins or Putrids in a Fantasy football game.

From tentacles to tails, pustules to scars, in this team nothing is held back to instill fear in your opponent! They are as bad as they are ugly!

Miniatures are sculpted in ZBrush to obtain high quality details.

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  • If you already own a 3D printer, create these unique and incredble models will be cheap and fun.
  • If you don't own a 3D printer, it could be the opportunity to buy one! Printer's costs are already low and accessible to anyone. You can still use a service platform like: 3D hub, shapeways, or any of the others which are crouding the net.  
  • No shipping costs! Wherever in the universe you are, just download the files and print!  
  • You can print your model as many times as you want, for you and your friends.
  • You can decide any printing dimension, from miniatures to real size titan sculptures! 
  •  You can use these miniature as proxyes in other games like ninth age.
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