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Subject: Sleeving Enemy Ship Cards - Does it change the game? rss

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Dag Roth
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I don't sleeve the cards of all my games, but Flip Ships would be a candidate, as the enemy ship cards are - apart from the ship tokens - the most important part of the game and they get shuffled and fliped on a lot and lay on the table instead of a board.

I wonder though, if with sleeved cards the tokens are more prone to slide of the cards they landed on. Has anyone tried the game with sleeved cards?
 
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Chris Funk
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I played it with FFG sleeves and I think it played just fine. The only difference may be if you have a roller. Those would hit the raised sleeve and stop early, but I have had an average of one or two rollers in a game and don't think it affected the game that much.
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Dag Roth
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Thanks for the insight. I guess I'll take the sleeving path then.
 
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Rogányi Antal
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I aslo sleeved my cards, doesnt affect the gameplay that much.
 
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