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General Kale
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For the PnP version, I've been thinking about printing out the pixel players as stickers, rather than printing them on paper and then taping/gluing them to the blocks. Is this a stupid idea? Also, I figure you can probably fit 2 teams on one page if you rearrange the players, effectively cutting your printing costs in half. Thoughts?
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General Kale wrote:
For the PnP version, I've been thinking about printing out the pixel players as stickers, rather than printing them on paper and then taping/gluing them to the blocks. Is this a stupid idea? Also, I figure you can probably fit 2 teams on one page if you rearrange the players, effectively cutting your printing costs in half. Thoughts?


I picked up 100 sheets of full page label paper on Amazon for like $11. Worked great for the two teams posted in the BGG file section.
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It'd be awesome if Brent could include two PnP files for each team. One in squares for printing on sticker paper, and one as it is

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TnT! wrote:
It'd be awesome if Brent could include two PnP files for each team. One in squares for printing on sticker paper, and one as it is

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InkSplat wrote:
General Kale wrote:
For the PnP version, I've been thinking about printing out the pixel players as stickers, rather than printing them on paper and then taping/gluing them to the blocks. Is this a stupid idea? Also, I figure you can probably fit 2 teams on one page if you rearrange the players, effectively cutting your printing costs in half. Thoughts?


I picked up 100 sheets of full page label paper on Amazon for like $11. Worked great for the two teams posted in the BGG file section.


Right now, the 64 pages of pixel block players are only being offered in the current format. They actually still work really well with sticker/label paper.
 
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Yeah, but they're a pain to cut :-(

If they were put all in lines, they'd be far easier to cut and take up a lot less paper....

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I would not want to assemble them square by square. Having the cross-shape was super convenient and quick to stick.
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voodooink wrote:
TnT! wrote:
It'd be awesome if Brent could include two PnP files for each team. One in squares for printing on sticker paper, and one as it is

Brent?

InkSplat wrote:
General Kale wrote:
For the PnP version, I've been thinking about printing out the pixel players as stickers, rather than printing them on paper and then taping/gluing them to the blocks. Is this a stupid idea? Also, I figure you can probably fit 2 teams on one page if you rearrange the players, effectively cutting your printing costs in half. Thoughts?


I picked up 100 sheets of full page label paper on Amazon for like $11. Worked great for the two teams posted in the BGG file section.


Right now, the 64 pages of pixel block players are only being offered in the current format. They actually still work really well with sticker/label paper.


64 pages? So does every team come with alternate jerseys?
 
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64 pages? So does every team come with alternate jerseys?

Every team comes with alternate top color backgrounds and numbers to start. The uniforms themselves match the cards. There will be more to come though!
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InkSplat wrote:
I would not want to assemble them square by square. Having the cross-shape was super convenient and quick to stick.


Quick to stick,but a nut to cut..

Ok, alliteration ain't my strong suit, put me in coach, I'm ready
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I have a Xyron multi purpose device that I use sometimes to make any paper (card stock, printer, etc.) into stickers.

https://www.amazon.com/Xyron-XRN900-Creative-Multi-Function-...

And the sheet I created for my new block version holds 2 full teams.

Playing with the standees is ok but they get blown over or knocked down too easy. So I'm building block teams now among my other projects. whistle

-Rob
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