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Subject: Cardboard Thickness rss

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Sebastian G.
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I do not own the game yet, but I am still making my own pieces.
My question is what thickness are the counters in Small World would you say 2 cereal box cardboard thickness, or shoebox, or normal e'erday cardboard box??
 
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Bill the Pill
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2 cereal box thickness.
 
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Travis Cooper
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DrFlanagan wrote:
2 cereal box thickness.


Or more.
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Kito Impsta
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Currently it's 4 cereal box coardboards to get 1 small world cardboard, but in the fluctuating cardboard thickness market this rate could change at the drop of a hat.
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Sascha Kutzmann
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"grumpymode_on"

you young people dont even know what a cereal box is, i remember when cereal boxes were made of lead, and you needed a can opener to open it!

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I like the thickness, if i compare them with typical wargame chits, the Small World Chits eat Wargame Chits to breakfast
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Ben Bateson
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DerKutzi wrote:


you young people dont even know what a cereal box is, i remember when cereal boxes were made of lead, and you needed a can opener to open it!



You were lucky to have a can opener. We had to chew our way into our cereal boxes. I lost three brothers to Lucky Charm lead poisoning.
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