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Wooden rectangular blocks, do those drop from heaven??

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Kalmari Krapula
Joined: 11/19/2010

Hi people,

I tried to look if there was a topic already here, but couldn't find any.

My problem is that I can't find any component supplier with wooden rectangular blocks (like Hammer of the Scots, War of the Roses -style). Well, found couple, but with very bad prices. My favorite supplier was out of stock, and they didn't know when blocks were available again. So do you guys know any suppliers with these blocks in their stocks? Best would be some EU/UK suppliers, but US and China are ok, too.

Thanks and cheers!

Mads321's picture
Joined: 08/12/2012
How many do you need?

How many (of each) do you need?

If it's just wodden cubes, no colors, and you need a shipload, then this website seems to have more than fair prices. Fx. you can get 100 pieces of 1/2" (1,27cm) cubes for $4.25 - pricing gets better if you order say 1000 at just $35

Or if you need to go cheap just for playtesting, then you could buy something like these 100 mini-dice in different colors. Bids at € 1,87 as of now.

- though those are not really dice, more like pearls to put on a string, so wouldn't count on their use as dice. But you could get a bag of real mixed colored dice (with the plus that you will prolly never run out of dice):ürfel-opaque-Beutel/dp/B004WRJ1KW/ref=pd_sim_sbs_toy_4

Kalmari Krapula
Joined: 11/19/2010
Thanks for the answer, I

Thanks for the answer,
I would need 35 white rectangulars, measures are 20 x 20 x 10 mm (like these: Spielematerial did have them available after all, they just had a small problem with website info. And they didn't have them in white. :/ Luckily I got other colours I needed. I'm still looking for some other place where to order.

lewpuls's picture
Joined: 04/04/2009
For small quantities, you can

For small quantities, you can buy blocks as spare parts at Columbia Games. Block games are their business.

I have bought bags of extra blocks from GMT at game conventions.

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