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Mr Elmo04 Feb 2019 8:41 a.m. PST

I got my starter and was punching out the cardboard when I noticed the red damage trackers seemed a bit thin and weak.

Has anyone considered using paprclips or plastic trackers (ala Zombicide)?

Personal logo David Manley Supporting Member of TMP04 Feb 2019 10:24 a.m. PST

Yes to paperclips (and laminated cards). I've used the same approach with Dave Schueler's "Thunder Boats" game for years

Wackmole904 Feb 2019 11:22 a.m. PST

I mount mine on heavy card stock and then laminated them. I bought some of the zombicide skull trackers and they work great.

Fitzovich Supporting Member of TMP08 Feb 2019 6:01 p.m. PST

I went with laminating and using dry erase markers.

Part time gamer24 Feb 2019 1:41 p.m. PST

I think small plastic paperclips even better to protect the cards. Also a fellow gamer uses CCG sleeves.
At near 60 now, Im going to have to copy & enlarge (Fr/Bk) 10-15% to read easier. nexgt cut/paste together, then maybe I'll laminate, I like that idea.
Pos. Note: the original cards will be kept in original pack/ mint.

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