My Roleplaying Game Table: The GM screen

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Here are some pictures of my Game Master screen that we use with about every reloplaying game.

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I mounted the 3D printed screen on a piece of styrofoam to add terrain and details
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The 2 braziers in the front, each have a tea light in them (battery operated tea light obviously)
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Inside, I have shelves to put miniatures, added some drawers for accessories
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Wach wall is covered in velcro to put more custom attachments as needed
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Dice tower pointing inside for the game master secret rolls
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Dice tower pointing outward for rolls that the game master wants to make public
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It took me over 120 hours to 3D prints the parts I needed then about 5 to 6 hours to do the paint job and the terrain.

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OMG what an awesome terrain for your games. Your dedication and attention to detail shows in all that you do.

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Thank you :) It is definitely a hobby I enjoy a lot.

The result is amazing

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that thing is all kinds of cool

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It's amazing what technology can do. I wonder if a 3-D actual house, one can live in, is being developed? The detail is wonderful! Did I ever mention I adore miniatures? Do you have children/grandchildren? Love it!

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The US military engineers actually came up with a 3D printer that uses concrete and they build barracks and bunkers in a fraction of the time. I saw a video about it on YouTube a year ago... was very neat.

Thats pretty sick side!

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oh! good!
amazing.......^^

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That is one fine piece of art I would say xD
I need more room and a 3d printer I guess mhhh

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Thank you :) Yes, it indeed takes a lot of room when making RPG terrain as a hobby. But it changes the games tremendously. (in a good way)

I am a great D&D lover and the Master Screen is very famous for me, even of it Is the screen behind which no one can know what happens...
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Very cool! Love all the details! Thank you for sharing!