Breaking Bad Chess Set

Dec 23, 2013

Category: Entertainment

Settling your differences with a jerky neighbor the Breaking Bad way can be dangerous, immoral, and illegal. Instead, why not challenge him to a civilized duel of chess? You can still work a little Walter White wizardry into your game with this unique chess set based on the major players from the show’s first two seasons.

Straight out of the show’s opening, and in true meth-making fashion, the custom board squares are represented by elements from the periodic table. Hey, another chance to brush up on your chemistry knowledge! 12 hand-drawn illustrations serve as the sturdy game pieces, and the entire set — made with state-of-the-art laser-cutting machinery — is lightweight and foldable, so you can bring it over your neighbor’s place with a nice tray of rat poison oatmeal cookies. [Purchase]

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