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Munchkin Level Counter

by cygnus55 Jul 10, 2017
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Nice work! I hope you don't mind that I took the liberty to remix it and add both monster and player buffs. Thanks for a great design!

There seem's to be a flaw in the lower left disc the inside edge always comes out with a straight edge in the same spot instead of a perfect circle. Which can lead to a print failure if not monitored closely. Any idea how to correct this flaw

Nice make, but it is quite large. I tried 50% but it's way too thin.
Gonna see if I can just scale the thickness without designing from scratch.

I am gonna scale this to 50% and will post results.

I'm curious as to what this "Item level" is.
I've only tried the game once, and wanted to find a counter for next time, to use instead of coins as level-counters.

But we didn't come across item levels last time I played, and a quick glancing of the rules didn't help me figure it out.
It sounds very interesting, I hope you can elaborate :-)

Let's say you have a +3 weapon, +1 helmet, +2 boots and +2 armor, you'd have item level 8.
If your character is level 5, you'd then have a combat strength of 5+8=13, so you can defeat a level 12 monster without help.
It's just a convenient way to remember the combined levels your items add to your character, without having to calculate it each time or writing it up.
In my opinion it's a more convenient way to show your strength off by using a counter instead of multiple cards, which can be quite many later on. This way you and others can see it in one glimpse, and the game is more about the player interaction instead of counting numbers on cards.
I hope you like it! Have fun playing the game :-)

I see - we did use item levels after all then.
And yes, this will make it much clearer how powerful each player is :-)

Nicely done!
I was looking for a better way than dices and this wil do the trick!

Numbers and letters did not come out perfect on my print but that is probably my printers fault.

Glad you like it!
Which kind of nozzle did you use? I printed it with a 0.3 mm nozzle diameter and 30mm/s printing speed.

0.4mm nozzle at 80mm/s took around 5 hours to print all the parts.