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John Drach
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Where can you get more score sheets or is there a graphic to print your own?
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I was looking at a recent review and wondering why they don't release these roll & write games with dry erase boards. Seems like it would so much more efficient.
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snordboard wrote:
I was looking at a recent review and wondering why they don't release these roll & write games with dry erase boards. Seems like it would so much more efficient.


Matter of taste? I love roll and write games where you're using pencil and paper. It's about the tactile nature of it. Dry erase (as with Saint Malo) doesn't do it for me.
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I know some people have laminated sheets to make their own dry erase boards, but I agree that it is not my preference either, especially with this smaller sized sheet.

That being said, I don't believe there are plans to release printable sheets, but I could be wrong. That would be a question for Grey Fox games.
 
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Actually, why didn't the publisher release the game with carboard player boards and vegetable (cardboard or wooden) tokens you could place on your personal board? Because of the cost? Come on, the game is $12-$15 in Europe already, which is far from cheap as it includes 9 dice ($0.20 each -retail price), 4 pencils ($0.10 each -retail price) and 2 pads (worth, I don't know, $1.50 each maybe).
 
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eventide wrote:
Actually, why didn't the publisher release the game with carboard player boards and vegetable (cardboard or wooden) tokens you could place on your personal board? Because of the cost? Come on, the game is $12-$15 in Europe already, which is far from cheap as it includes 9 dice ($0.20 each -retail price), 4 pencils ($0.10 each -retail price) and 2 pads (worth, I don't know, $1.50 each maybe).


The costs you estimate would indicate a $12-$15 retail price.

Margins, my friend, margins.
 
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