2013 Seej Starter Set
by zheng3, published
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The 2013 Seej Starter Set has been updated. Here's the 2015 Starter Set!
Oye, oye, oye!
A new army appears on the horizon! The Barrow Lords!
The original Seej Starter Set gets an upgrade to take advantage of the advances made in 3D printing over the last twelve months.
The dawn of the hobbyist resin printer is upon us, so the set includes a one-piece flag and a fancy voronoi bloxen you can use to show off your printer's capabilities.
The proliferation of inexpensive filament printers with smaller build platforms requires the advent of a smaller Seej engine, so I've added the Marshmallow Mangonel to the kit.
The classic catapult gets improvements inspired by community feedback, too. It's all compatible with older prints, and is much, much more accurate.
Seej is an Open Source tabletop wargame designed to advance the state of 3d printing through competition and player-directed evolution.
Rules for Seej are at http://www.s33j.net
Playing Seej with a group? Register your clan and find local players at The Obelisk!
This set contains:
one Zheng3 Penny Catapult, with new upgrades
one Marshmallow Mangonel, with additional penny throwing arm.
an updated Seej Battle Flag, Pennon
a Bloxen, Basic
a Bloxen, Masonry
a Bloxen, Voronoi
a single-piece Battle Flag
Print one set for each player. Acquire pennies for ammunition, read the rules at s33j.net, and start playing!
Non-U.S. Seejmaesters can print the catapult in pieces and rescale the throwing arm to accommodate their local coinage.
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