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I found the official print and play files and am planning on building a copy. Looking at the rules, it seems like I need counters and meeples for various things like money and workers. Has anyone done a PDF that I could print to make said counters?
 
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Jamey Stegmaier
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Bertie: I would recommend using money and meeples from other games, as I don't think any paper counters exist in PnP form for Viticulture.
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For my print and play version, I used the meeples from carcassone and the round markers from eclipse for to mark which buildings were built.
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TheWaspinator wrote:
I found the official print and play files and am planning on building a copy. Looking at the rules, it seems like I need counters and meeples for various things like money and workers. Has anyone done a PDF that I could print to make said counters?


LEGO people might work. Alternatively, you could use cubes as workers. Another idea is to get some polymer clay and make'n'bake your own tokens and meeples. Remember: If you use meeples or pawns, you can simply tie a string to one of each color to make the Grande worker - or you can do as many already have and draw on them with a Sharpie or similar.

As for the money, I'd simply grab some small change.

I use cubes for grape and wine tokens, but you could also use small coins here. Alternatively, glass beads are available from florists and similar stores. Or use more LEGO bricks.

Wake-up track and scoring markers? Let people get their own personal small items (button, ring, die, domino piece etc.).
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I like the Lego idea. For this and some other PNP games, I might have to hit a Lego store for parts. They've got those bins of loose Lego that you can fill a bucket up from and buy. It would be a good way to get a lot of small plastic bits in various shapes and colors.
 
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