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nathan hayden
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Past Into Print has published After Pablo as a PnP game. They have supplied new art in some cases. I'm excited by this release, while I'd like to one day perhaps reprint this I think the PnP model is sort of better. I can't quite explain it but building games is fun, and if you get bit by the bug of making your own games it can bring a greater dimension to this already wonderful hobby! Thanks Past Into Printing!!

http://www.wargamevault.com/product/131829/After-Pablo-Print...
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I just ordered my copy. Thanks so much for making this available to the community, Nate. I look forward to the project of assembling the game - and even more to playing it.
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Nate what are the differences between the original deck of cards and the new ones?
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Thank Brother Jim! This is really Past Into Print's project. I have very little to do with it. I thought it was great that someone wanted to publish a game this way. It was always hard for me to re-locate files to PnP creators, Past Into Print does this, and even added a couple files so you don't have to buy cubes.

Anthony: all of the cards are the same.
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There is no difference, as they were created from the original master files that Nate used during the original print run. Apart from a few promo cards for Cave Evil that weren't included (sorry, Nate), all the cards are exactly the same.

Using Drivethrucards to print the deck will save someone 122 paste-ups for the cards necessary to play the game, so we decided to add that option to gamers that wanted to play the game, but with 80% less work. We tested several print to order companies and DriveThruCards was the best solution for buyers, as everything was available in a one-stop and shop location. The cards look really nice, good quality, and standard Euro sized for easy sleeving.

Thanks for the question and enjoy.

I want to thank Nate for being a great partner in this venture to bring After Pablo back to the market.

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Nate what are the differences between the original deck of cards and the new ones?
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Hi folks,

As someone who has become a big fan of Nate's work, I'm very keen to get hold of this. That said, I'm a complete novice when it comes to print and play stuff. I'd like to buy this, and have the cards professionally done, as is an option on the site - but I'm wondering how to go about getting the board made up.

I'm assuming that everything is just in the PDF, but I was wondering if you have to resize stuff or if you just hit "print" and the thing rolls out at the correct size. Basically, I've found a printing service in my hometown who mount images on boards if you send them the file - which sounds perfect, and I'd want to make a good job of this - but will they need to be fudging around to get the boards the official sizes? Do I just need to tell them the dimensions they should be printed to? (If so, what sizes do I need to tell them?)

All help appreciated here, and I apologise for what probably reads as fairly obvious stuff.
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Hi folks,

As someone who has become a big fan of Nate's work, I'm very keen to get hold of this. That said, I'm a complete novice when it comes to print and play stuff. I'd like to buy this, and have the cards professionally done, as is an option on the site - but I'm wondering how to go about getting the board made up.

I'm assuming that everything is just in the PDF, but I was wondering if you have to resize stuff or if you just hit "print" and the thing rolls out at the correct size. Basically, I've found a printing service in my hometown who mount images on boards if you send them the file - which sounds perfect, and I'd want to make a good job of this - but will they need to be fudging around to get the boards the official sizes? Do I just need to tell them the dimensions they should be printed to? (If so, what sizes do I need to tell them?)

All help appreciated here, and I apologise for what probably reads as fairly obvious stuff.



See my comments in this Questions about building a PnP copy
 
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