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Charles A. Smith
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Has anyone sleeved the Darkest Night Hero Sheets? If so, what product did you use? I suppose I could laminate them but I have all three sets and that could get a little expensive.

Any thoughts? Thanks.
 
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I have not done it in a while, but any of the teacher supply stores here in KC or Mardels offers very cheap laminating.
 
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I laminate mine and they work great to protect from any errant spills.
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Jeremy Lennert
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Someone in this thread sleeved them.
 
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Yes, check out the threat that Jeremy linked to. I posted twice in that one. I bought a pack of 100 CBG Continental Postcard Sleeves for $6.99 (and free shipping with Amazon Prime) at amazon.com.

They fit almost perfectly, though not as snugly as the cards can be sleeved.

I might add that this is with the hero sheets from the base game and first two expansions via the bundle from VPG. I have not yet bought the 3rd expansion, but I've read that those might be a slightly larger size.
 
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I have the third expansion and the hero sheets are considerably wider. They could be cut to fit the same size as others without losing any information (just some unneeded graphics). I think my alternative may be laminating.
 
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