So a group of my friends started getting back into a game called attacktix (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attacktix). The figures are really cheap online, but they don't make the figures anymore. Its actually really fun if you have a bunch of the figures. I decided it would be fun to make a map for them to play on. Naturally block fort came to mind as it the best map of all time prove me wrong.
Since this is modular, feel free to connect up the towers in any formation you choose! You don't have to orient them in a square, you can connect these pieces in different shapes. We tried playing them in a diamond shape which was pretty cool. Also, we have been adjusting our rules so that the figures take around 4 movement spaces to ascend levels, rather than the suggested 7. It just seems to work better that way. at some point I may make more types of towers to add into the mix, not sure yet.
Now the dimensions are specifically made so that most attacktix figures can maneuver around the fort without bumping bridges, and the slopes have been measured and calculated for how many movement spaces it takes to ascend to the next level. In other words, this is specifically made for playing attacktix on.
I have optimized this to print with the least amount of filament possible, so that each of the large base sections take around 460 grams of filament to print. I have 2 lengths of bridges to choose from, I would recommend the final longer versions of the bridges, as they give you the ability to move your figures around the base of the fort.
This just barely fits on my lulzbot taz 6, I hope it fits on your printer!
Side note: the only part that needs support is the large base piece. The rest does not need any type of support material.