Seej Bloxen, Tournament
by zheng3, published
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"Stone knows well the seasons of kings."
--Qie Zi, The Art of Seej
This bloxen has an extra large writing space so that players can swap personalized bloxen after a match.
Seej at Maker Faire Detroit 2012: http://bit.ly/QeK9J9
No construction necessary. Just print and play Seej. Personalize with a Sharpie and swap with other Seej players after a match.
Flagrant stagecraft alert: this model is printed in ABS natural and spray-painted gold.
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Seej is a tabletop wargame based around 3D printing. Check out http://s33j.net for rules and more information.
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