At the link http://www.copwatch.zinelibrary.info/DOGO.JPG (and a little later, here) you will find a graphic of downtown Olympia.
There, in the graphic, are little white and red intersections. Red means trains, and Federal involvement. White means City of Olympia and local police involvement (if one is blocking these intersections).
It's your choice how you will treat pieces which land in either kind of intersection when the police surround them.
The hardest part of the game are the rules:
YOU write the rules. (It's harder than you think)
I only ask that you be realistic about how pieces move, where pieces "land" and how fast they can really move from place to place. If you actually use the rules of "go" you can just place the pieces down, never moving any of them, and every few turns see if a "Train" or "Convoy" of military vehicles can get into, or out of, the Port of Olympia (at the top) to one of six exits, marked in red along the bottom and sides.
Or, if you want to you can assume they are coming inbound from the exits, toward the Port.
Most important rule: HAVE FUN AND PLAY!
Reflections on May Day, 2008 in Olympia
May 3, 2008
The planning for the Olympia May Day and the resulting rally and march were a very worthwhile effort to connect the anti-war movement and GI resistance to the immigrant rights struggle within the context of the celebration of May Day--International Worker's day. I am very appreciative and supportive of the centering the May Day rally and march around the Sanctuary City proposal, possibly the first such proposal in the country that calls for a city to be a sanctuary for both GI's and immigrants. We need to connect issues and movements more as happened on May Day in Olympia. The rally and march was an excellent way to put this proposal for Olympia as a sanctuary in the public consciousness, the organizers of the May Day event deserve a lot of credit for this.