thanks for this topic
Here's a quick question. I love all of these guides and while I can copy and paste them all together into one file that I can access from my computer or iPad, I do still like hard copy. This can mean a couple of hundred pages or more if I include froggies excellent guide. Is there a cost effective way to do this? I have never considered this before and have printed them out myself, going way back to the first Shogun. I would think I am chewing up a bit of ink going the home route.. I'm retired now and just wondering....
^Well, printing is printing, so you're going to have to bite the bullet at some point and pay for all of that toner. You can probably shave the cost if you go to a Kinko's or other print shop.
Alternatively, you could act in a somewhat morally dubious manner and print them off piece-meal at a public library.
You're welcome, thanks for the thanks.
Just to answer my own question.... I went down and had all my stuff printed for a little over 8 bucks double sided in black and white. Since my inkjet printer refills are over 45 dollars, I guess this is still cheaper. Also, to think of all the money I've spent in years past on Prima guides...
All 3 Maps included now and some minor/major updates
Shogun 2 + RotS + FotS
(re-worked web-based version too)
edit: a friendly mod updated the title/link ^^
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Here's my FotS economic quick reference guide.
Guides and other informative threads
S2, RotS, FotS Economic Quick Reference Guides
Check out post #2 (S2) and post #9 (RotS) for other informative threads
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