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    Ivan Sorensen

    Couldn’t figure out where else to put this.

    I am wanting to do something with the old Adeptus Titanicus / Space Marine rules but I need some order tokens.

    Now, yes, I can print some out and make them myself but I am wondering if there’s anything out there in plastic or wood that I could buy, something with a bit of heft.

    There needs to be 4 types: Charge, Advance/Move, Fire and Fall Back.

    And they need to be blank on one side, so you can place them without revealing the order selected.

    Anything comes to mind?

    Nordic Weasel Games


    Buy an old Scrabble set and stick gummed labels over the letter side of the tiles?

    You'll shoot your eye out, kid!


    I had the dial dude make me some, very reasonable price.

    Card but you can add pretty logos, in case you fancy OTT.

    Or Litko?

    Ivan Sorensen

    I kinda want something with a little bit of heft to them.

    Litko is a good suggestion.

    Nordic Weasel Games

    Mr. Average

    If you’re in the United States, try Zekim Design Studios, if they’re still around.  They did a whole set of Dirtside II counters for me – felt-backed clear acrylic with the design in printed color mounted to the back – and at a very reasonable price.  You have to make the counter templates yourself using their java applet, but once you’re used to it, it’s quite a breeze, and the prices were VERY good.  That was a few years ago, however, and their website looks a bit slim on options these days, so maybe an email to them would sort it out.  My info on them might be out of date by now.

    Litko is a good choice too, pricier but definitely way classy, with the colored acrylics.  They are definitely my go-to company for the classy tokens.  They also do well for Space Marine style stuff, with blasts, nukes, flaming wreckage… the works.  This one, in fact, looks like a good bet for starters:


    Phil Dutré

    Don’t you have access to a laser-cut workshop? So-called FabLabs are springing up all over …

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    Les Hammond

    Painted coins?

    6mm France 1940


    Ivan Sorensen

    You guys are marvelous 🙂

    Nordic Weasel Games

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