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Sorry for these much delayed files. My web page making friend is a bit busy at the moment and will post them soon on the web. In the meantime:


Print and Play files for Mayan Sun, Aztec Destiny

Mayan Rules
http://www.mediafire.com/?pv7x0hkmk8zlqjg

Destiny Rules
http://www.mediafire.com/?s1r52t1ows7fcjo

Mayan Die Sheet Front
http://www.mediafire.com/?zpev2m91a565848

Mayan Die Sheet Front (w/lines) ***Printing die pieces you may need lines to cut out to appropriate sizes. w/o actual die the extra graphic for bleed may confuse you. Lines are faded.
http://www.mediafire.com/?uxkf1ccc8awunuq

Mayan Die Sheet Back
http://www.mediafire.com/?ahfk69o06454axo

Mayan Board
http://www.mediafire.com/?j57ois5a92h98l0

Mayan Cards
Face 1
http://www.mediafire.com/?008bp38178fet31

Face 2
http://www.mediafire.com/?bde4crd3v5dc0jg

Face 3
http://www.mediafire.com/?rszpnl269jb1g8a

Back 1
http://www.mediafire.com/?z4vrj8vqt15vqdr

Back 2
http://www.mediafire.com/?8tzp9am51h7cm2l

Back 3
http://www.mediafire.com/?nzb89obhonhtn0j


In addition to these printed files wooden pieces were used and are recommended.
I purchased my wooden pieces through www.spielmaterial.de

Needed Pieces

40 - Cylinder 15x10 mm 10 for each player in Red, Brown, Grey, Blue

20 - Discs 15x4 mm 5 for each player in Red, Brown, Grey, Blue

4 - Sticks (Catan roads) 5x5x25 mm 1 for each player in Red, Brown, Grey, Blue

4 - Large Cubes 10mm 1 for each player in Red, Brown, Grey, Blue

4 - Small Cubes 8mm 1 for each player in Red, Brown, Grey, Blue

1 - Yellow Octogon

1 - Yellow Cone (Catan Traders)

4 - Discs 25 x 7 mm in natural color



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Thank you so much, Nate! Only one thing: Could we have the board in 2 or 4 parts?
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magneheeli wrote:
Thank you so much, Nate! Only one thing: Could we have the board in 2 or 4 parts?


you mean 2 to 4 separate parts to ease printing?

if so what size print works best?
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Are you still planning on making 50 copies or do you have any left over from Essen?
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dragonblaster wrote:
you mean 2 to 4 separate parts to ease printing?

if so what size print works best?

Haven't even thought about the board (which unfortunately seems to be too big for Spielmaterial's pre-cut quad-fold board), but the die sheets are also a bit of an issue.

I would be hoping to print on A4 label sheets and mount those sheets on appropriate cardboard for cutting. Or maybe wooden tiles for the stars etc, hadn't thought about it. Either way, A4 label sheets.

The problem is that printing the die over four A4 pages cuts some of the counters in half. Happy to extract the images from the PDF and edit them to fit myself, but definitely less straightforward than just printing them out.

Buying a copy begins to sound more attractive...
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I have been making a few and selling them here. http://www.timewellspentgames.com/html/gamepage.php?id=4455

Every part of the die work I can do by myself and have everything ready. My biggest problem at the moment is the Print on Demand shop I went through for cards and board has yet to send my remaining 50 boards and cards. I'm wondering if they will ever arrive, they were ordered in August and the place won't return any of my emails or calls.

Its a nail biter, I'm beginning to wonder if the place folded.
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srand wrote:

Haven't even thought about the board (which unfortunately seems to be too big for Spielmaterial's pre-cut quad-fold board), but the die sheets are also a bit of an issue.

I would be hoping to print on A4 label sheets and mount those sheets on appropriate cardboard for cutting. Or maybe wooden tiles for the stars etc, hadn't thought about it. Either way, A4 label sheets.

The problem is that printing the die over four A4 pages cuts some of the counters in half. Happy to extract the images from the PDF and edit them to fit myself, but definitely less straightforward than just printing them out.

Buying a copy begins to sound more attractive...


I'm trying to create files in 8.25 inches by 10.75 inches so people could use 8.5 X 11 printers. It may take a day or so. The board will be a challenge.


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dragonblaster wrote:
srand wrote:

Haven't even thought about the board (which unfortunately seems to be too big for Spielmaterial's pre-cut quad-fold board), but the die sheets are also a bit of an issue.

I would be hoping to print on A4 label sheets and mount those sheets on appropriate cardboard for cutting. Or maybe wooden tiles for the stars etc, hadn't thought about it. Either way, A4 label sheets.

The problem is that printing the die over four A4 pages cuts some of the counters in half. Happy to extract the images from the PDF and edit them to fit myself, but definitely less straightforward than just printing them out.

Buying a copy begins to sound more attractive...


I'm trying to create files in 8.25 inches by 10.75 inches so people could use 8.5 X 11 printers. It may take a day or so. The board will be a challenge.






Sorry for that

Many people publish their pnp's with a "standard" US version and an A4 version for us Europeans. I don't know what the actual size of the board is, but I'd guess 4 parts would be perfect!
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Here's the die files broken up into printer sized sheets. Should work for A4 I believe.

http://www.mediafire.com/?27m74pmi28oo9a4
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Finished up my PnP version on New Year's Eve and got a quick play of the "Sun" game. I really enjoyed the gameplay, and, I think being able to play either "Sun" or "Destiny" is going to allow for the game to be used in various situations.

Here's some pics. As for the board, I have the full Acrobat editing suite, so I was able to crop the board into 4 pieces, which I then spray mounted onto foam board. I also made it two pieces, so I could fold it. The tokens are full sheet labels on chipboard, and the wooden bits I cut and hand painted from different dowel sizes (a lot cheaper than ordering bits from spielmaterial.de). The only thing I haven't finished is the cone & octagon...currently there is a lego tree & lego piece standing in for those pieces.

Thanks for a great game!


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Just found this! VERY excited to be able to print this out and make it for us to play at home. Thanks from the future Nate!
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