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Scott Fisher
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Does anyone know why there are two game boards (22" x 34" and 22" x 17")? I only have a 30" x 30" game space, and am wondering if this game is going to be too big.
 
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justdoit wrote:
Does anyone know why there are two game boards (22" x 34" and 22" x 17")? I only have a 30" x 30" game space, and am wondering if this game is going to be too big.

Where did you get 2 game boards from?
It's still in development but the end of the game description in the overview says:
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Components

22 x 34” mounted game board
165 Cards
600 counters and markers
rulebook
playbook
six card stock player aid cards
one ten-sided and two six-sided dice


It does though say that half the board shows the policy/political board and the other half shows the world map - as half the board is 22"x17" could that be where you got the smaller board from?
 
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Roberto Miquel
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At the end of the page in the GMT website says this:

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One 22 x 34” mounted game board and one 22 x 17" mounted game board
180 Cards
500+ counters and markers
rulebook
playbook
six card stock player aid cards
Two ten-sided and two six-sided dice
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GMT website lists two maps. Don't know why the BGG overview only lists one.

 
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Jeff Smith
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Well, the Resolute Desk is 4x6 ft, so I should be okay fitting both game boards.
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The bigger the better!

 
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