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Julian Jimenez
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I was wondering if anyone knew what the dimensions of the unpunched counter sheet is?
 
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Wulf Corbett
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Mine is 4"x6&29/32"

I left the counters unpunched, scanned the sheet & made a new set.
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Wulf Corbett wrote:
Mine is 4"x6&29/32"

I left the counters unpunched, scanned the sheet & made a new set.

I've started doing that as well. When I finally get around to playing some of my old OOP games, I just can't bring myself to punch them!
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I also wanted thicker counters. I'm hoping someone does create a new map, so I can print a bigger version with bigger counters...
 
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Thanks. What is 6&29/32 in decimal?

Also, I read in the designer notes/errata that the designer refered to the dragon as "14-hex dragon". It doesn't really look like a 14 hex dragon to me unless he was referring to the one in Melee?

I'm thinking that the best way to print the map is to probably print two sections on one piece of 11x17 or legal size paper and the third part on another. The game was intended to be geomorphic anyways. Probably also do it in black & white. The yellow markings are just too faint to see in a copy.
 
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Wulf Corbett
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6.9"

I used inches & fractions because you're American - I thought 101x175mm would have been confusing

And, yes, I think it is referring to the Dragon in Melee...
 
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Julian Jimenez
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Wulf Corbett wrote:
6.9"

I used inches & fractions because you're American - I thought 101x175mm would have been confusing

And, yes, I think it is referring to the Dragon in Melee...


Thanks.

And Yes it is confusing. But my graphics editing software goes by decimals instead of fractions. Never was much for math to do the conversion in my head.
 
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