Seej Starter Set
by zheng3, published
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Seej is an Open-Source tabletop wargame based around 3D printing.
This archive contains almost everything you need to start playing Seej. You'll need to supply your own pennies and elastic bands.
Rules for Seej are at http://www.s33j.net
Keep it friendly. Show no mercy.
Playing Seej with a group? Register your clan and find local players at The Obelisk!
This is the 2012 Seej Starter Set. It's since been updated. Check out the 2013 Starter Set: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:116450
And it's been updated again! Here's the 2015 version.
This set contains:
one Zheng3 Penny Catapult: single-STL and broken-out.
a Seej Battle Flag
a Seej Battle Flag, Pennon
a Bloxen, Basic
a Bloxen, Cobblestone
The models are cleaned up and a little more efficient than their singular counterparts available elsewhere on Thingiverse.
Basic Flag and Basic Bloxen are included for thoroughness, but most players will opt for playing with the more stylish Pennon and Cobblestone Bloxen.
Print one set for each player. Acquire pennies for ammunition, read the rules at http://www.s33j.net, and start playing!
Non-U.S. SeejmÃƒÂ¦sters can print the catapult in pieces and rescale the throwing arm to accomodate their local coinage.
Many players quickly upgrade to a new Seej engine like the Zheng3 Penny Ballista or one of its derivatives: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:23464
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