Your Guide to 3D Printable Terrain for Necromunda, Kill Team, and Shadow War: Armageddon
This guide is meant to bring together terran guides for Games Workshop’s Necromunda and Shadow War: Armageddon. This is a single place to find all guides I write for 3D Printable Terrain for these Games Workshop games. If you are looking for additional 3D Printable terrain, check out my directory of 3D Printable terrain Modelers. Games Workshop has made some awesome models for their games, your terrain should be just as good. If you are interested in other games, check out my terrain guides for other games.
This was my first guide for Necromunda, Kill Team, and Shadow War: Armageddon. I featured some mats from Mats by Mars to put down on your table. Then went into Warlayer, Printable Scenery, Worlds Over Run, Terrain 4 Print, Necroplex, and Thingiverse Terrain. At the end, it even gets into some music to “set the mood” for the game.
This is my second guide to 3D Printable terrain for Necromunda: Underhive, Kill Team, and Shadow War: Armageddon. This guide features Warlayer 2: Orbital Drop, Corvus Games Terrain, Kraken’s 3D Print Workshop, and more links to Thingiverse. This guide also features some audio sources along with Plate Mail Games to give you some audio ambiance for your games.
This is my third guide along these lines. This one is focused on Kill Team with a bunch of terrain that would also work great for Necromunda. I look at Greebles, modular terrain, Fully built terrain and few other fun things to add to your table and models to make them that much cooler. Check out the third guide in this series.
I don’t own a 3D Printer
For those that don’t own a 3D Printer, I have several resources for you, as well. The easiest way to get in, is to get an Ender 3. If you want a few more choices, I have put together a quick run-down of 3D Printers I recommend. It also has a link to my more in-depth guide.
I’ve now put together a guide for getting prints done, if you don’t own a 3D Printer yourself.
As I do more guides for Necromunda and Kill Team, I’ll be adding them to this guide.