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Subject: Surely we have seen enough custom inserts? rss

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Steve Scothern
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Personally, I love seeing insert posts! Here's mine.

Design goals were:

1) *All* player specific components in a single holder
2) Fast set up - as much as possible can be taken from the box, put on the table and be ready to play.
3) Box must close fully
4) Must hold all expansion content and rule books.

Player token/mini holder and deck box:



The flap on the right opens up to reveal all tokens and player specific deck:



Cards are on the bottom, round marker and level tokens on the left, and skills on the right.

Tokens are in a single holder (with separators for expansion content)



When everything is out of the box, it looks like this:



The bottom of the box has the player boxes, and the big tokens from LL/Tezla:



The player boxes and cities cover most of the bottom. Holders for cards go along one edge. They hold Units in one, wounds in another, and the miscellaneous cards in the last one (site descriptions, city cards etc.):



The main token holder fits on the left. Map tiles have a holder at the top. Dice in a box to the right. Artifacts, Spells and Advanced Actions are in one tray for fast deployment. Volkaire fits nicely into the gap on the right.

Mana crystals are in two trays (one for each side of the table) that fit inside the card holder (over the artifacts and spells). The thing on the top right is a home made round tracker.



The boards sit on top, snug against the token holder and bottom row of card boxes:



Once the rules are in, it is full to the brim, and closes fully!






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Martin Handrejk
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Very Nice i would like to rebuild this. Awsome Concepts and looks very cool.
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Jerome Nowak

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I simply bought the Broken Token.

Yours kicks ass, though. Great work.
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Kevin Fowle
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I love seeing new insert designs.

...and don't call me Shirley.
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Mike M
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Nice. I wish I had the talent and the patience to make something like this. I just went with the Broken Token insert.

By the way, nice idea with the round number-line. I haven't seen that before.
 
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Joe Pickering
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I really like this. What did you use to make the flaps on the player boxes?
 
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Steve Scothern
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Thin black card for the flaps and a loop of it for the fastener. I used it instead of foamcore for a lot of the bits since it was so tight for space.
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Simon Quinn
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jnowak415 wrote:
I simply bought the Broken Token.

Yours kicks ass, though. Great work.


I kinda balked at the price...works out to approx 70% of the base game cost with shipping where I am. Going to try to make my own out of foamcore

Also thought the wooden inserts might add a bit much weight?
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