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Subject: Plastic cities or castles for Civilization rss

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Hello,

i'd like to replace the flat city markers with plastic miniatures so the cities of each player really "rise up" from the map tiles. Do you have some ideas which parts to use or from which other board game i could take some pieces? It would be great if there could be a possibility to differ the normal cities from cities with walls.
Someone told me to use the parts from the new edition of settlers of catan, but these parts couldn't satisfy me.

 
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Florian Faust
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The cities of Sid Meier's Civilization: The Boardgame look quite good and exist in 4 sizes and multiple colors.

Another option is History of the World (Hasbro). These give City and Capitol, with and without walls, but they are colored neutral
 
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Andrey
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Take a look at this geeklist:
http://boardgamegeek.com/geeklist/61939/salvaging-components...
 
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I use History of the World's castles. Also look at Warrior Knights, it has a lot of plastic cities that suit fine for Civ.
 
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