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Subject: Site Cards...The Promo Set I Really Want! rss

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David Siskin
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Dear Mage Knight Publishers,

You know what would be really great? A set of ONE-SIDED site cards for Mage Knight!!! I'd even be fine if you could do just one side of each existing card so I could have a set I could see all at once. I know I could print out a set from the files section and stick them in card sleeves, but I want the nice linen finish the other cards in the game have.

Here's some suggestions for getting this to me...

1) Publish a set of promo cards through the BGG store (my favorite option).

2) Put out an expansion with a few more tiles and characters and bits and include the extra set there.

3) Sell extra sets on your own company website.


Please! Please! Please! Please!!!!!!
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Phil Pettifer
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No problem, just buy a second copy of the game!
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Frank La Terra
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Why?
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Michele Esmanech
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In the fila section there is a great player aid, all on one page, where all sites are explained, so you won't even have to use he cards.
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Tristan Hall
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Woah, you mean you haven't memorised them all yet??
 
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Tom Cannon
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I took the player aids in the file section and printed them front and back on a cardboard stock 8.5x11 page. This works well. 4 versions of this and all players have their own set.
 
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Bryan F
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While your idea is useful, it would just mean double the cards stacked or laid out on the table. I've found that I've begun to remember what is on the other side of each card anyway, after enough plays.

Conversely, as pointed out by Ikim, the player aid that you can print out is probably handier than an extra stack of cards.
 
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David Siskin
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Thanks for all the replies so far.

I know about the file with the terrains on it (and I had already downloaded it), but I would prefer a stack of professionally made terrain cards that I don't have to flip over.

That's all there is to it. I don't want to take away anyone else's stuff. If you are happy with what you have, no problem! This is just what I want.
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Kory Stevens
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I know this isn't what you want, but I found it helped when it was pointed out to me that the back sides of the card are the "improved" versions of the front sides. That is, the monastery is an improved village, the mage tower is an improved keep and so on. It made the double sided cards more tolerable when I knew what was on the backsides by memory.
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David Siskin
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sabaki wrote:
I know this isn't what you want, but I found it helped when it was pointed out to me that the back sides of the card are the "improved" versions of the front sides. That is, the monastery is an improved village, the mage tower is an improved keep and so on. It made the double sided cards more tolerable when I knew what was on the backsides by memory.


Actually, that DOES help! Thanks for the tip!
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