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Daniel Grant
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Here are the measurements and counts for the base game cards and tiles components. Reference when shopping for card sleeves.

Notes:
* Phase and Fleet cards are the same size. Large (76 x 101 mm). 12 Total.
* Exploration, Trade Agreement, and Turn Order cards are the same size. Medium (63 x 89 mm). 79 Total.
* Research Advancement cards are Small (50 x 74 mm). 45 Total.

Exploration Cards



Trade Agreement Cards



Turn Order Cards



Research Advancement Cards



Phase Cards



Fleet Cards



System Discs



Space Lane 4



Space Lane 3



Space Lane 2

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Gary Neumann
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This is great! Do we have sleeve recommendations?

Thanks!
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Neumann wrote:
This is great! Do we have sleeve recommendations?

Thanks!


Found these at my local Magic The Gathering store. They actually fit the Exploration, Turn Order, and Trade Agreements perfectly. thumbsup

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Marty Troska
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Mayday Games has sleeves that work for the odd sized cards. They don't fit perfectly but they will work until a better option is made.
 
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As suggested in another thread, I picked up the Mayday 50mmx75mm ("Sails of Glory compatible") sleeves for the oddball Advancements cards. They fit perfectly.

I had FFG standard silver sleeves handy, and those work just fine for the Exploration cards. They have the typical FFG long length at the top (people who like perfect length might be irked) but they are also just a tad bit wide, too. Not enough that the cards shift around, but it's not as close a fit as my other games.
 
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