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Subject: Wooden Componts are too big? (2nd Edition) rss

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Andrzej Kaczor
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Hello Dear Gamers.

I bought Indonesia 2nd edition lately and I was amazed that wooden components are so big.

There is a serius issue with them, as they should lay on the board as per rules.

In many cases they will cover also adjacent spaces (provinces) and this is major problem.

Anyone have similar thoughts?
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AkitaInu wrote:
Anyone have similar thoughts?

In epic proportions: Reprint 2016

Just use the wooden pieces for goods and the tokens as markers...
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AkitaInu wrote:
Hello Dear Gamers.

I bought Indonesia 2nd edition lately and I was amazed that wooden components are so big.

There is a serius issue with them, as they should lay on the board as per rules.

In many cases they will cover also adjacent spaces (provinces) and this is major problem.

Anyone have similar thoughts?
This has been about 11 pages of discussion since this post here: Re: Reprint 2016

My personal view is that the game is completely playable and this is a non-issue, if you swap, and use the cardboard on the game board, and the wood as the delivered goods. As I said here
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Andrzej Kaczor
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Ok,

Thanks for those hints
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Andi Hub
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JoergBoerg wrote:
AkitaInu wrote:
Anyone have similar thoughts?

In epic proportions: Reprint 2016

Just use the wooden pieces for goods and the tokens as markers...

Just for reference: The discussion of the components starts about page 10 of that thread.
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