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Marcelo Melo
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Just watched the gameplay video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PjB5JyeYByw) and I gotta say the boards look way too crowded, specially with these huge monsters and all these cardboard tokens in them.

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yes, I hope we get more and larger ones

location tiles are as important to my gaming pleasure as the minis.

although if the location tiles do not really have rules for them I guess could substitute ones from other games in maybe?
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Steven R
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That was one of my first thoughts. It helps those with small play areas, but doesn't allow any separation and scaling seems a bit off.
 
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Sam R
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I doubt we’ll get bigger ones. Either way though they don’t seem all that small to me. Cthulhu was the one that made them seem really small imo
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Marcelo Melo
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LateShacka wrote:
I doubt we’ll get bigger ones. Either way though they don’t seem all that small to me. Cthulhu was the one that made them seem really small imo


I sadly think you're right about not getting bigger ones, I don't think they'd fit in those little episode envelopes =/
 
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I thought the exact same thing after watching the video. Seems like there's only room for maybe 3-4 minis/tokens in a normal space before it starts getting crowded. Hopefully a stretch goal?
 
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Marcelo Melo
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I mentioned my concern to Thiago Aranha from CMON on the campaign page and he said they'd keep that in mind during development and production. Kind of a non-committal answer, but hopefully they'll manage to increase the tile size from what we see in the previews.
 
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Board feels overly crowded. It detracts from the thematic element. It feels like the famous scene of the Marx Brothers movie. This is the most important SG in my eyes. Bigger board tiles
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Edmund Cheow
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It affects too much things down the line to change them drastically now tho. Such as the amount of physical space in the box available. The shipping cost due to increase of Volumetric or physical weight, which will result in more backers complaining down the line. As much as I hope that the tiles can be slightly bigger, I would think it is quite hard to achieve at this point without receiving backlash down the line.
 
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Marcelo Melo
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Like I said in the art thread, if you feel the tiles are too small go to the KS comments and let your voice be heard on this. Wait until Isadora or Thiago Aranha show up there answering questions and tag them for maximum effect. Talking about it here won't do much.

The odds of a change at this point are small but if don't push for it they go for small to 0.
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Ole Rock
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Lavoisier21 wrote:
LateShacka wrote:
I doubt we’ll get bigger ones. Either way though they don’t seem all that small to me. Cthulhu was the one that made them seem really small imo


I sadly think you're right about not getting bigger ones, I don't think they'd fit in those little episode envelopes =/

the tiles don't go in the envelopes, they're universal between episodes.
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