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Daniel Beaulieu
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They seem to be mini euro in size, but being card board rather than card stock they're too thick for FFG sleeves at least. Anyone have a solution?
 
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Eric Viola
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Don't bother sleeving them?
 
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Daniel Beaulieu
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That looks like where I might end up, but I just hate unprotected cards and such. I worry they'll get damaged... :/
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Brandon B
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I already have a tiny bubble in one corner of the back of one of the policy cards which is definitely noticeable, so I would also be interested in a solution.
 
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Sean Geraghty
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Print the policy cards from the Print and Play and sleeve those instead.
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Mayday Mini Euro works. It'll be a tight fit
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eviola wrote:
Don't bother sleeving them?


You'd think this works, but my friends who play one night ultimate werewolf all the time didn't put sleeves on their cards for that game either - same material, and theirs are all marked up compared to mine.

I used the FFG greens for that.
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I'm thinking about trying a coat of clear sealant spray like the wargamers use on their chits. My One Night Ultimate Werewolf cards showed a lot of wear very quickly and I ended up shelling out for the ultra-overpriced custom sleeves Bezier sells.
 
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Baffling how publishers don't seem to get the need to sleeve their games.
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Dominic Lafford
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Unfortunately they do need sleeving.

First game night with Secret Hitler and several of the policy tiles have ended up being marked somehow... now I can tell wich tiles are which (which sort of defeats the purpose of the game!)

So suggest you try to find some sort of protection for them.

In the mean time, anyone have any ideas how to remove either liquid or grease stains from the tiles??

 
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clydeiii wrote:
Baffling how publishers don't seem to get the need to sleeve their games.


Or, you know, print them in a way that they are not easily marked.

Hive Pocket costs less than $20 online, and contains fistfuls of Bakelite tiles that are nearly impossible to mark.

Why in the world are people still using cardboard for social deduction games?
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Jamie Woodhouse
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@Clyde

Not really. Game wears out. Customer buys a new copy...
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