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CJ
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I am just getting into this game (just have the core set and am picking up a few expansions) and wondering how most of you store your cards. Are there any Game of Thrones deck boxes out there? I will probably sleeve the cards but wondering if anyone had any suggestions beyond that. Thanks.
 
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cjv5 wrote:
I am just getting into this game (just have the core set and am picking up a few expansions) and wondering how most of you store your cards. Are there any Game of Thrones deck boxes out there? I will probably sleeve the cards but wondering if anyone had any suggestions beyond that. Thanks.


I keep mine in a bunch of 3-ring binders in card sleeves. One for each house; one for neutrals; one for plot cards and agendas (agendae?). I used to have them in the long card storage things but it wasn't as easy to flip through.
 
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If you are made out of money, FFG has some really nice card sleeves and their deck boxes (with the compartment on the bottom for counters) have a front bit to hold a representative card. Pretty nice for the game.

OTOH, if money is an object - I might recommend looking around thrift stores for wooden wine boxes. You know the kind they use for nice bottles. For some reason people donate the empty box to thrifts. With little or no modification they make really nice and really sturdy card cases.

Here's an example of one I made for my LotR set.
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I buy Dragon Shields and store the cards in the deck boxes they come with.
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Terry Zembrzuski
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I use these.

http://www.boardgamegeek.com/image/1321087/a-game-of-thrones...
 
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This is what you need - these Series 5 inserts are absolutely *superb*. I currently have three of them and they hold the entire AGoT cardpool.

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Serie 5!!! Same thing for me!
 
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Thanks for the feedback everyone!
 
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cockbongo wrote:
This is what you need - these Series 5 inserts are absolutely *superb*. I currently have three of them and they hold the entire AGoT cardpool.



Whoa. Those are cool. I gave in and ordered a set this morning. Thanks for the heads up.
 
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cockbongo wrote:
This is what you need - these Series 5 inserts are absolutely *superb*. I currently have three of them and they hold the entire AGoT cardpool.

As fantastic as those may be, personally I can't justify spending $135 on card inserts. Almost as much as I've spent on the game itself! surprise
 
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I feel no need to spend that much on storage, so i'm just using the BCW cardboard boxes and some plastic dividers:
http://www.bcwsupplies.com/products/trading-card-boxes/shoe-...
 
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