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https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/152909942/3d-printable-tombstone-models-tabletop-gaming-28-3?ref=category_newest&ref=discovery

 

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I am creating Game Assets for different Game Engines like Unity3D and Unreal Engine. I love tabletop fantasy and war gaming miniature gaming. And because 3D Printing is the future of Tabletop gaming I want to help you to get an easy start in that future. Here I bring you a set of 24 Tombstone Models for your tabletop gaming. 

Tombstone Set Tombstone Set
Tombstone Set Tombstone Set
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 Additional Rewards for the Graveyard Diggers

As a Graveyard Digger you will receive additional 5 Models as shown in the image.

Grave Digger additional Tombstone Set Grave Digger additional Tombstone Set

Additional Rewards for the Graveyard Keepers

As a Graveyard Digger you will receive additional 10 Models, the 5 of the Grave Diggers and exclusive Graveyard Keeper Tombstones as shown in the image.

Graveyard Keeper additional Tombstone Set Graveyard Keeper additional Tombstone Set

 --- YOU WILL RECEIVE THE FILES ONLY FOR 3D PRINTING IN STL, NOT THE PHYSICAL MODELS ---

 

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