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Darren Nakamura
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So we finished our Charterstone campaign and loved it (some players had reservations about the game that uses that component). I'm thinking about buying the premium resource tokens, but as far as I can tell, they can only be purchased individually, not as a bundle (and brick is currently sold out). Has anybody bought the bundle, and if so, from where? It's still showing as pre-order only, but with pre-orders not yet open, but with a projected pre-order open date of February of last year. This is what I'm looking at.
 
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They're also available at MeepleSource: http://www.meeplesource.com/products.php?filter=charterstone

Although the full set of resources is currently out of stock.
 
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Jamey is expecting bricks (and so the whole bundle) to be back in stock in March.
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out of curiosity what is stopping you from making them out of sculpty or balsa wood?
 
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Hi. Chad, owner of Top Shelf Gamer here. Thank you for catching that '2017' typo! Looks like the change of year got us.

I've corrected that and also added a little more information to the Charterstone bundle description stating that the Charterstone bundle is expected back in stock in late March. (Josh had it right. Thanks, Josh.)

Back in late October/early November, we received a big spike of orders for the Charterstone bundles from our wholesale customers and it diminished our supply quickly. So we immediately worked with Stonemaier Games to produce more tokens. But there is a lengthy manufacturing time.

Sorry for the wait and I hope you're still interested in the tokens when they come in.
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Sebathius wrote:
out of curiosity what is stopping you from making them out of sculpty or balsa wood?


Time/talent/tools/materials... so basically everything?
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I believe most of them are in the first Stonemaier treasure chest (resource collection)-- all except pumpkin.
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Ganybyte wrote:
I believe most of them are in the first Stonemaier treasure chest (resource collection)-- all except pumpkin.
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Bricks and Wood are in the (first) Treasure Chest.
Wheat is in the Food Crate
Iron is in the Resource Vault
Coal is in the Energy Box
https://stonemaiergames.com/games/treasure-chests/

and the Pumpkins are brand new for Charterstone.

(We grabbed all from the other crates except pumpkins, which are now on order from MeepleSource.)

 
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try etsy?

edited to add, perhaps you could find someone doing that sort of work, and commission them, if they are not already available.

I would be interested to see how Jamey feels about that, as it does involve commerce. While I feel I would be able to make a set for myself, and/or maybe a friend as a gift only, I wouldn't feel comfortable selling them.

I would think you don't want to lose your IP, that is understandable, but here we have a situation the market can devise a resolution to.

And would it matter if they were just sold as separate fimo gaming tokens as opposed to a charterstone set.

I guess I have had a related question for Jamey and other designers. I wanted to make some paintings that featured components and games in interesting ways, posed most likely. And then I would make a small painting and sell that. How would they feel about that? I am disabled, so this is really low levels like a few paintings now and then to mark memorable moments say. you would be able to discern the parts of the games, but no text, except a separate title for the piece.

Just spitballing some ideas a round, and want to know whwere the community weighs in.

Thank you,
 
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