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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
In tabletop gaming, a lot of dungeons have traps in them. But they are almost never shown on a table full of miniatures. I made this model to alleviate this. This is a mesh of 30 bear traps. They are joined together for those who want rows of traps. You can keep them together or cut them apart to have individual traps. The length of these is 5.7 inches at it's longest so they will probably fit into the typical 1" squares on a lot of tabletop games like D&D and Pathfinder.
Once players disarm these, there are a lot of useful things you can do with traps. (In-game) The party Rogue can keep them and toss them behind him if enemies are giving chase and he needs to slow them down. The party can use them when they are camping in the wilderness and need a way to stop assassins from sneaking into their camp. They can also be melted down and made into weapons or sold at the market along with your magical mount.
Your players will probably have fun collecting these and figuring out the many uses they have.