Hi all, I'm look to print out the walls for a complete set for Gloomhaven/Frosthaven and have come across a bit of a problem.
The 3D print guide (2022) gives a list of all the wall pieces you will need to complete every scenario shown in Gloomhaven, which is really handy. However, as I have gone for the 'All In Pledge' and after printing all of the cave walls to the quantity given in the guide, I am now stuck as to how many I should print of each for the Dungeon / Fort / Outdoor sets. Does anyone have an idea of what I should print if I have the All In Pledge? My thoughts are that printing a complete amount of dungeon walls AND fort walls AND outdoor walls would be overkill on top of the full cave set already printed.
Any guidance on this would be very much appreciated.
Hi there. The print list in the guide is simply an itemised list of how many of each piece you need to guarantee assembly of any of the 95 core Gloomhaven scenarios. The theming of each of those pieces is totally up to the user. If you have already printed a full dungeon set per the guide, the question of how many more pieces of each theme that you print depends a lot on what you want to achieve. For example - let’s look at Echo Chamber (scenario 24). This is a very large scenario and if you wanted to assemble it faithfully as per the scenario book, it is entirely cave themed. Therefore, you’d probably want to follow the print list again in the cave versions to be able to build out all of Echo Chamber. However, if you’re not worried about mixing themes, you could just assemble some rooms as dungeon perimeters and some as cave and only print what you need in cave theme. It really is a pretty subjective situation, everyone’s milage may vary. The best approach in my humble opinion is to be guided by whatever the next scenario is that you’re preparing for yourself/game group. Identify what scenario that is, have a look at what you have printed thus far, and then go about printing/painting whatever it is you need, in the applicable theme, to build out the scenario in the way you want it. If the theming you want to introduce hasn’t been printed yet, you can use your dungeon set as placeholder pieces to assemble the scenario how you want it which will allow you to very accurately compile a list of what you need to print. Hope this helps. 😊