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Hellmouth (Kingdoms of Hell terrain)

by dutchmogul Jan 15, 2019
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Thanks for this file, nice work!

My pleasure! Glad you like it.

Why does this have a 40k tag on it?

Because we use it as Chaos scatter terrain when we play Kill Team. Why do you ask?

because I see tons of your stuff showing up when looking for 40k stuff and it is only tangentially related to 40k. The work isn't bad, it just makes you look like you are begging for attention on everything you do.

Wow, yikes. Sounds like somebody is being something of a gatekeeper for what they consider 40k-proxy, huh? For the record, the tags are a useful system and it’s become a part of the posting ritual if it’s something I personally use for 40k/Kill Team proxies. I’m sorry if that inconveniences your search for free models slightly. But not really. Not really sorry. That was sarcasm. But, uh... thanks for the backhanded compliment?

Cassic, someone calls you out tagging everything for attention, and you immediately just to claims of gate-keeping. The intention of a keyword would be to use it for things that are actually related to said keyword. for instance, a 40k themed character, structure or whatever, tag it 40k. If I wanted to look up random generic fantasy stuff Id go look for that. Damn near everything you up load you tag as 40k. Generic fantasy, sci-fi, whatever. and you wonder why people bring it up that you obviously just have a list of tags that you copy and paste in to try and get as many views as possible? but hey, you wanna be douche, knock yourself out.

Nice. Really classy. I’m not seeking attention by using the tag system as it applies to my own use of these items (assuming that others will find that useful). But you’ve taken it upon yourself to get really upset over this definitively subjective matter, and I guess good luck with all of that.

What part does one need to add the LED to the LED-ready version?

Any LED you want. There's a space to plant it behind the low interior rock wall. (About a 40mm area in there.)

Looks like TinkerCAD's default Glow Assembly should work, then?

I'm not sure what that is, but maybe?

This is the glow assembly TinkerCAD has available under its Circuit Assemblies category.

Ah, way cool! Yeah, looks like that should fit.