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Seej 2015 Starter Set

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Much labor, playtesting, and re-engineering was poured into the 2015 starter set, incorporating a great deal of community feedback and addressing many of the original models’ shortcomings.

First and foremost, the interval between downloading the models and playing a game has been shortened considerably. The geometry is streamlined and efficient; the entire 2015 Seej Starter Set is contained in a single megabyte. The Seej engines and bloxen are relatively quick, uncomplicated prints with plenty of surface area to assist with bed adhesion.

The throwing arm now articulates directly with print-in-place cams, resulting in a far more accurate and deadly device than the first generation catapult. The faux wheels on the side braces lift the butt of the throwing arm off the ground, allowing it to swing freely for maximum momentum.

The atlas on the original catapult is no more; a little bit of engineering has moved the arm’s pivot center so that it lines up directly with the topmost crossbar at the end of its arc.

We’ve given up on throwing coins and instead have switched to 14mm marbles (A d20 will work nicely in the catapult’s cup, too.) Make sure you have a glazier in your contacts list, because even a ricochet with one of these marbles can crack a window. Eye protection is strongly recommended.

The improved force and accuracy of the new catapult required more robust defenses, so the bloxen now interlock on five sides. They should snap and unsnap with a minimum of fuss. These new bloxen make dandy building toys even if you’re not playing Seej.

Rules for Seej are, as always, at s33j.net.

Have at thee!