Gates for the Gaslands Death Race Scenario. The gates are particularly useful in the standard (Deathrace) scenario from Gaslands, where you need to define multiple uni-directional gates that cars need to pass, in numeric order if they want to win the race. The lines are also marked with the direction of travel to avoid any confusion as to how the cars should go.
- They have an official inside width of 182mm and have directional arrows to indicate the direction of traffic.
- Removable signs with the Gate Number of Start / Finish.
- Right scale. Very good with 20mm miniatures (HO) - think Die Cast cars like Hot Wheels.
- 3D Printed in durable plastic.
These are the upgraded, improved, luxury version of sablebadger's Gaslands gates that I sell under a different listing.
They are improved with horizontal scaffolding and larger, more visually appealing signs.
In the Box:
31 Pieces to make 4 Gates (Pairs of towers) Supplied with the specific part list as follows:
- 4x Gate lines - 182mm long (the official size)
- 4x Plain Towers
- 4x Towers with Barrels
- 7x Interchangeable Signs (GASLANDS, START, FINISH, GATE 1, GATE 2, GATE 3, GATE 4)
- 4x Horizontal Scaffolds
- 8x Scaffold Angle Brackets (4x Left, 4x Right)
If you chose 6 or 8 gates you will ALSO get the extra gates and the corresponding gate signs.
The Gaslands Death Race scenario requires at least 4 gates. But nothing prevents you from having a longer, more enjoyable and challenging game with your friends.
It requires assembly and glue. Color may vary from picture. Miniatures, toy cars and game accessories not included. Model supplied unpainted.
About the Designer:
- The files are designed by Sable Badger.
- Check out his other work on Thingiverse https://www.thingiverse.com/sablebadger/designs
- If you like his work, please support him through his patreon page https://www.patreon.com/sablebadger
- Provided under an exclusive license with the designer.
FDM 3D printed parts will show small lines where a layer of plastic adheres to the other one, dots and imperfections as a result of the construction process. Each part is individually made and slightly unique. Take a look at the pictures for examples of the imperfections.