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Marco DeLaurentis
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This is pobably been posted before, but I have run into running out of skill tokens in larger count games on several occasions. Does anyone have any reccomadations for a more permanent solution to filling the remaing skill tokens up to six without having to buy a second copy?
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Ben Goulding
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Skills aren't a limited resource, if you need to give someone a skill and there aren't any tokens left, just have that player make a note on some paper that they have the skill.
 
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Neil Edmonds
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I photocopied the existing tokens and made my own with some posterboard and one of those rounded corner cutters from my local Staples store. It works surprisingly well, and I'd recommend it over using spare paper.
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Marco DeLaurentis
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Zveroboy wrote:
Skills aren't a limited resource, if you need to give someone a skill and there aren't any tokens left, just have that player make a note on some paper that they have the skill.
I am aware of this. I was looking for more of a permanent solutions than just slips of paper scribbled on during the course of the game. Sory for the confusion.
 
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Trevor Taylor
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You could probably just make some copies to print out on card.
Although I'm surprised anyone actually plays this with so enough players to run out of tokens!
 
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Marco DeLaurentis
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negatrev wrote:
You could probably just make some copies to print out on card.
Although I'm surprised anyone actually plays this with so enough players to run out of tokens!
This is a favorite among a bunch of my friends, so when it comes out everyone wants to jump in and play. I do prefer it with 3 to 4, but it's hard to say no when the game claims it holds up to six.
 
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David Tolin
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The player boards stand up to dry-erase markers quite well. Just mark which skills you have when you get them.
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