Ellie Fish
lawebloca:

Video
boardroomgamecafe:

instructables:

Globefarers of Catan - Modded Settlers of Catan Board Game

Do you want to make a great centerpiece for your board game sessions? Do you ever look at the surface of your game table and think it’s a little plane? Do you love Settlers of Catan, but sometimes wish it could be a bit less Euclidean? Then wrap your head around this…This Instructable will show you how to make your very own Catanosphere, so you can have mind-bending battles of territorial expansion over a whole new environment. It’s designed to work with a standard Settlers of Catan game set, and you won’t have to sacrifice any of your pieces to make it. You will, however, need to attach a few magnets to the pieces. OK, actually a few hundred magnets, but I think it’s worth it.


Oh.  Oh my.  So many questions … so much want.

boardroomgamecafe:

instructables:

Globefarers of Catan - Modded Settlers of Catan Board Game

Do you want to make a great centerpiece for your board game sessions? Do you ever look at the surface of your game table and think it’s a little plane? Do you love Settlers of Catan, but sometimes wish it could be a bit less Euclidean? Then wrap your head around this…

This Instructable will show you how to make your very own Catanosphere, so you can have mind-bending battles of territorial expansion over a whole new environment. It’s designed to work with a standard Settlers of Catan game set, and you won’t have to sacrifice any of your pieces to make it. You will, however, need to attach a few magnets to the pieces. OK, actually a few hundred magnets, but I think it’s worth it.

Oh.  Oh my.  So many questions … so much want.

Can you speak Canadian for me?

zeroyalviking:

I’ll have a large double double

A real Canadian would ask for permission to have the double double. “Can I have a double double please?” Then you wait for the cashier to decide if you can or not.

magictransistor:

The Grand Banks of Nova Scotia, crowded with ships fishing for cod, c. 1683.

magictransistor:

The Grand Banks of Nova Scotia, crowded with ships fishing for cod, c. 1683.