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Is there some way to correct this? I've played the German version and they are pretty tight, but for some reason, the Rio Grande version's monsters are very wiggly, and tend to come apart when you're using them for game play. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
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Glue - this trick only works once
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MunchWolf wrote:
Glue - this trick only works once


Ha ha! It's funny because it is really literal and totally unhelpful! BGG is getting cooler and more like Reddit by the day!

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Quijanoth wrote:
Is there some way to correct this? I've played the German version and they are pretty tight, but for some reason, the Rio Grande version's monsters are very wiggly, and tend to come apart when you're using them for game play. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.


Yes, I have the same problem. Glue isn't a good idea as, afterwards, the monster doesn't fit in the box anymore. Blutak is no good either as it gets very messy.

I usually just use the head on the monster that I lay flat on the board (that's how they do in the rulebook). The eyes are the direction it is looking, the top of the head is looking left, the neck is looking right...

Another solution is to take pieces from another game. The haunters from ghost stories are very well made and work well...any other "scary" piece can do (Gears of War, Warhammer...).
 
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