Giant Rats Miniature Print Data

I do not know about you, but id say that Giant Rats were one of the very first monsters you will encounter on any campaign for D&D. These guys look great and be used for either scatter terrain adding to crates or fighting the giant rats. My one favorite shoutout piece is that the tiny swarm rats are still the standard 1″ or 25.4mm base size. This is incredibly appreciated because they are more difficult to loose and easier to store. Several of the other smaller models in the Dragonlock collection such as the Kobolds have tiny bases and are difficult to keep standing upright. These models came out great with very little difficulty and are easy to make more to really truly make that rat swarm.

Layer Height: 0.08
Filament: Hatchbox PLA Silver
Printed On Prusa i3 MK3s
Print Profile: Cura 4.6 “Offical_FDG_Cura_ender3_and5miniatures_4mm” from The FatDragonGames website

File NamePrint TimeEstimated Material UsedMisc Notes
Rats A56 min2.5gThis tiny swarm of rats looks great. I’m genuinely surprised at the detail for a print so small. There are obvious layer lines visible along the back of the model but looks great.
Rats B1 hr 2 min2.4gThis model also came out well. My one complaint is that the arms are stuck to the body but this was to ensure that the model prints supportless.
Rats C14 min0.5gThese are probably my favorite of the bunch. These cute critters can easily be added on top of crates and the like to bring life to your sewer, or warehouse. Overall came out well.
Rats D1 hr 9 min2.5gSome very small retraction issues along the tail but overall came out clean.

Where to Find STLs

Dragonlock Miniature store via DrivethroughRPG. Vendor images are frome Fat Dragon Game Website.

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