Mark Gilbertson
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Read a review that said the card and cardboard stock in TI4 is quite a bit less "robust" than
that of TI3. Still trying to decide whether to abandon my "TI3 ~ TI:SE ~ TI:SotT" collection
and hop aboard the TI4 train.

Cheaper, easily damaged components would be a deal-breaker... any thoughts from current
TI4 owners on how the cardboard and the card stock in TI4 compares to that found in TI3?

Thanks!
 
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kai fai wong
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it is still very solid cardboard. only issuer i have so far i play under the sun the map tile warp an bit.but warp back after it cool down.so long if not play right under the sun you be fine.
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Steve Williams
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I sleeve my cards so it makes little difference. The tiles in TI3 also get banged up after enough play and system shuffling, so not a big deal either. The edges of my strategy cards are a bit rough after 7 plays.
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Joshua Schutte
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I think they are much made of the same stuff. The real problem is the game is more fun and shorter so my copy has been played once every 2 weeks instead of once per year so it's showing wear from it's 25 extra plays per year. goo
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