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The Second Punic War saw the rising Roman Republic pitched against her most dangerous enemy yet. The Carthaginian general Hannibal crossed the alps and attacked the Romans in their home territory. Although Hannibal's army was outnumbered and cut off from reinforcements he manged to wage war against Rome for more than 10 years. With this range of miniatures you can re-fight this epic campaign. 3d-print your own Roman and Carthaginian armies and lead them into battle on the table top.

Roman legionaries and skirmishers printed in 10mm figure scale

Carthaginian soldiers printed in 6mm figure scale


You will receive STL files, that you can use to print figures on a resin printer. You will not receive any physical miniatures! Our models are most likely to detailed for filament printing, but of course you can always try.

Free test model

If you want to test our models on your printer you can find a free test model at Wargaming3d.


The miniatures do not need to be supported or come with ready made supports. Just load the files into your slicer and get printing immediately.


This message was edited 1 time. Last update was at 2021/05/08 21:32:09

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Stealthy Warhound Titan Princeps

Nice stuff. How well does 3D printing handle such tiny figures I wonder?
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