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Scrumpy Jack
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My local printer doesn't have good enough hardware to print these cards (as i discovered when i got him to print high detailed cards like the Zed Deck and Dungeon of D) so I'm going to try Artscow with Pirate and Traders. Does anyone have some Artscow links for this deck?
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Sorry to say, that due to the unusual card dimensions, this one did not make the transition to Artscow as a deck (unlike many of Todd's other games).

There was a thread where Todd played with some ideas of reconfiguring the cards to fit on more standard playing cards - he had two main ideas that I recall seeing - but it never went any further.

My suggestion,would be to go to an office supply store (like Staples or Kinkos here in the states) as they usually have a printing service.

You can then havethem print back and front on card stock.
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yes i used a slim card size for this and my version of Pocket Civ. i've promised to finally get to re-sizing PocketCiv and i may try and find the time for this game as well. i do like the slim card size though but i understand it isn't standard deck friendly
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dumarest123 wrote:
yes i used a slim card size for this and my version of Pocket Civ. i've promised to finally get to re-sizing PocketCiv and i may try and find the time for this game as well. i do like the slim card size though but i understand it isn't standard deck friendly


I totally agree, the slim cards are fantastic. i'll pop into Staples and see if they can do any better than my local printer guy.
 
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Calvin Daniels
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These appear to be what we call 'tall boy' sports cards up here
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Do you know anyplace that does Print on Demand for 'tall boy' decks?
 
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actually it seems printerstudio.com does what they call domino cards at 2"x4". i havent checked into it yet to see if you can do custom front and backs

on my list
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That's a mighty big list you have
 
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dumarest123 wrote:
actually it seems printerstudio.com does what they call domino cards at 2"x4". i havent checked into it yet to see if you can do custom front and backs

Nope. They only allow you to have one side customized. The other side always shows the domino dice. You can select the color for the dots and for the background, but that's it for customization.
 
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