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I started making Pirates CSG videos in May 2017 and cannot seem to stop!!  I LOVE making youtube videos about Pirates CSG, so PLEASE send me suggestions for videos I should make!  (comment here, email me (a7xfanben@gmail.com) or message me on any of the apps listed on the right sidebar)  Thanks for watching, feel free to like and subscribe!  The following playlist only shows the latest ~100 videos from my channel, so check out the channel itself for all videos.

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  1. I’ve found that waxed cord, which can be found under the trademark Wikki Stix, when trimmed into manageable lengths, helps keep ships and islands from drifting during movement. Best used on a smooth, washable playing surface.

    Your straw method is exactly what I’ve been missing in my gameplay. A touch of waxed cord on either end of the straw, and…
    Many Thanks Me Bucko!

    • @Rick: Thanks for the tip! I’ve made a note to hopefully share it during a vlog or other video. Using waxed cord is an interesting idea I never would have thought of. Looking up Wikki Stix for reference, it’s something I remember playing with a little bit as a kid. I assume you mean to place some lengths of it on the bottom of ship hulls and underneath islands? I haven’t had a big problem with things shifting around during gameplay, but I hope to pass on the advice to others in case they might find it useful. I’ve had a great experience using my fabric oceans.

      Indeed, the straws are a great accessory tool for movement, and I’ve used them to mark the boundary edges of the sea in terms of playing flat or round earth. I’m not sure why you’d want the waxed cord at the end of the straws – could you perhaps enlighten me on that angle?

      Thank you!
      Ben

    • @Robert: Great idea, thanks for the suggestion! I’ve got a ton of stuff on my Pirates CSG to do list I need to do first, so if I can manage that sometime, it won’t be for a while. I’m also getting busier with non-Pirates stuff.

      Ben

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