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Do these work either Ogre pocket edition? Are the pieces comparable in size or would it look crazy in comparison?
 
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They are nowhere near compatible. At all. "Crazy" doesn't even begin to describe the size discrepancy.
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Thanks! I figured they wouldn't and wanted to ask before I forked over $18 bucks to the BGG market place. I'll pick up some other stuff instead thanks.
 
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Pocket Edition is a modern reprint of the 1977 original, right down to the price, and has 1/2" square black and white counter chits. Ogre Designer's Edition has a variety of full color counters, all roughly hex shaped, that can be as much as 1.5" across -- so up to three times as large as those in the Pocket Edition.
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Gyges wrote:
They are nowhere near compatible. At all. "Crazy" doesn't even begin to describe the size discrepancy.


I dunno, using the BGG-ZILLA Kaiju might be interesting.
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