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Nostromo
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Replacement decks Fri, 01 July 2005 00:16
Mine are getting thrashed with a ton of play.

Plus I have a 2 year old kid that like to go into my game boxes and throw all the components everywhere while i'm cooking dinner...hence more thrashing of the cards AND 4 missing cards.

Can i buy a replacement deck anywhere?

(yes i know i can buy a brand new game)
      
Randwulf
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Re:Replacement decks Fri, 01 July 2005 00:32
Replacement parts would be very cool... I could use another deck myself...
      
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Re:Replacement decks Fri, 01 July 2005 14:55
We will try and make some available once we get the parts in our warehouse. In the meantime, if you have a few cards lost/damaged, an e-mail to support@daysofwonder.com should do the trick.
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RollD6
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  Re:Replacement decks Fri, 01 July 2005 18:58
Cool I use card protectors and a buddy of mine has laminated his at FedEx Kinkos for under $4.

TTFN,

John
      
mminnich
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Re:Replacement decks Fri, 01 July 2005 21:03
Another great idea would be blank cards so we can make our own but aren't quite so obvious in the deck.
      
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Re:Replacement decks Sat, 02 July 2005 11:58
"Another great idea would be blank cards so we can make our own but aren't quite so obvious in the deck."

Ever heard of a computer, scanner and color printer?...
      
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Re:Replacement decks Mon, 04 July 2005 14:02
Cool Another advantage to using card protectors, you can use replacements, or come up with special cards for scenarios and they will not show since the backs are solid and no one can tell from looking at them which card is which.

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John
      
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Re:Replacement decks Mon, 11 July 2005 02:39
this only works if you have a good deck....

color photo copy 9 cards at a time... reduce to 93% or so

cut them out and put them in the card protectors...

all the same size due to the protector and cheap...

kinkos have paper cutters you can use free...

little paper waste and you can make up your own special cards too....

a lot of card protectors come with a black backing so you only need the front...

and if you really wanna get creative, then scan them, photoshop them and print your own special cards...
      
    
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