Gustavo Sanchez
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Or do you have to buy another copy?
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Sascha Parsa
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The only thing missing for that is a second board. But you can easily improvise on that front.
There are more than enough characters and 4 sets of standard bases - which is basically all you need for 4 players.
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Vincent
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I was wondering the same thing. Good to know this is no problem. Now I just have to find a nice image for the second board.
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Dylan Thurston
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You could even get 3 simultaneous 1v1 matches, if one of them is using the beta bases. You'd be short one holder for the standup.
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dthurston wrote:
You could even get 3 simultaneous 1v1 matches, if one of them is using the beta bases. You'd be short one holder for the standup.


The standup holders are really unnecessary anyway. The holders from War were too tight, so we're used to playing without them. The only time you really need them are for the big boss standups or for a 2v2 or something.
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Matthew Vines
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I made a portable game board that breaks down to 4 card sized pieces.

Portable Game Board (four, standard sized cards)

I just backed them with MTG cards in a sleeve, and I can run several games at once.

I'm sure my next lvl99 order will include at least one playmat. I had a chance to play on one recently, and they are much slicker in person than you would think.
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mvines wrote:
I'm sure my next lvl99 order will include at least one playmat. I had a chance to play on one recently, and they are much slicker in person than you would think.


Yeah, I'm never going back to the cardboard board. It warped pretty quickly, and it doesn't have a giant picture of Borneo on it.
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You're missing a turn number dial too but a simple D20 can replace that.
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If you go crazy with the free PnP game, when you include the 2 War of Indines characters, you can have a full 16 simultaneous matches.
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Gary Pope
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Also when you purchase, if you purchase from the original site, request the promo characters as well. You can take David's idea (above) and turn it into something like 19 games simultaneous.

But long story short the answer to your question is yes, you definitely can.
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Tim P.
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And if you want a really nice extra board, you can get one of the playmats on the Lvl99 store. I got one as a pledge reward on the Kickstart, and it's quite swagged out.
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The mat is awesome indeed. Borneo and Juto FTW!!!
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edward wilson
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the edgy thing to do is to use the same board an just crowd around it. What we did is, the new player didn't want to do a 2v2, so we set up the board LIKE a 2v2 but it was just two separate 1v1 games. Occasionally there was a bit of confusion but over all it was not nearly as cluttered as you would think.
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