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Hey I just got the English Version and I was wondering if anyone else had it and had sleeved it. If you have, what type of sleeves did you use?

Thanks in advance!
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Chad R Morin
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I haven't sleeved my cards, however, I can confirm the following:
* The English (Ziko) and Chinese (YOKA Standard) editions are the exact same size.
* The size is actually a sliver smaller than a Magic: The Gathering (standard CCG) card.
(I should note I found some sites said they would use the same size sleeves, however.)

Sorry I don't have more specific info, but I hope this helps,
Chad
 
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Tuuli Mustasydän
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If the above is correct, the cards should be 1mm shorter on both sides compared to a MTG card. I used old MTG cards and trimmed them down to make my own copies of promos and stuff for my (bootleg) copy. So MTG sleeves will work quite well.
 
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I sleeved mine with Ultra-Pro deck protector CCG sleeves (the thick kind, with hologram.)
 
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I had some Swan Panasia 64x89mm sleeves which say they're sized specifically for Magic... but which disappointingly turned out to be too tight for Magic (and other same-size) cards.

Just got my copy of LTK today and was very pleased to discover those sleeves fit this game perfectly.

EDIT: And just to add a fun story about this game and sleeves...

I spent most of 2011 in China, and a couple months into that year I had a date. While waiting for her to finish getting ready to head out, I spied an interesting game box on her shelf, and took a peak inside. Inside, I found this totally awesome-looking card game about Chinese warriors and generals. I had only known her for a few days at this point, so to discover that she was into this sort of thing was a definite plus...

But the real kicker was that the cards had all been sleeved. I wouldn't go so far as to say that was the moment I knew she was the one, but it certainly helped move things along. We're getting married this summer.
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