Fans Create A 3D-Printable Version Of Cyvasse, The Game Of Thrones Boardgame

Take off your silken cloak and get your dragon eggs ready because Cyvasse, the game that characters play in George R. R. Martin’s Game Of Thrones series is now 3D-printable. Created by Arian Croft of IllGottenGames and his friend Nate Stephens, the game uses most of Martin’s rules mentioned in the books as well as interpolations taken from period-specific game rules.

He writes:

I adapted the game to include everything mentioned in the book into a rules set I found believable for a game made during the emulated time period, while also keeping the games in mind that Martin has mentioned as inspiration during interviews.

The pieces are nicely detailed but should print well on even simpler 3D printers. I’ve printed one of Arian’s previous games, Pocket-Tactics and he’s an excellent model-maker with a good eye for detail and an understanding of the limitations of the medium. Best of all, this game is free to print and play, a potential disruption that should should be giving Parker Brother’s nightmares.

You can download the game here and print it out yourself in black or white ABS. Just don’t tell those nasty Warlocks in Qarth. They’ll probably steal all your pieces.

via reddit