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Hi, I really want to buy Victory Roads but I'm concerned about whether I have sufficient table space for the maps. Of course, I want to play the larger scenarios or campaign.
Do I need to have two maps setup at once, or does the action move from map 1 to map 2?
My table is 72" x 30". Will this work?
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I don't think its wide enough (30").
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The back of the box says: "One map 120x84 cm (in 3 parts)."
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Thanks. I went ahead and picked up a folding 6' COSCO table. It's only 30" deep. But I'm hoping maybe I can use some cardboard to prop up the few inches of overhang. I'll have to do the best I can anyway. My space is limited at this stage in my life.
 
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Good luck Its a great game!
 
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CactusJuice wrote:
Thanks. I went ahead and picked up a folding 6' COSCO table. It's only 30" deep. But I'm hoping maybe I can use some cardboard to prop up the few inches of overhang. I'll have to do the best I can anyway. My space is limited at this stage in my life.


I did something similar. A tip: buy cheap poster frames from somewhere like Target or Walmat, the 26"x36" (approx) size. Get ones with the cheap plastic frames that come off in four pieces (not one big piece). You can position VR maps in those poster frames, put the cheap plastic over it, and use the little plastic framing bits to hold the parts of the poster frames (maps enclosed) together.

That's how I played my copy of VR on a table similar to what you bought.
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