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Jakub Kurczyna
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Hi, I've just received my second hand copy of the game and it had four pieces of card that looks like it could be folded up to create a box with one of the edges a bit lower than the other. Are these some kind of counter boxes or what?
Also, I've been wondering what kind of storage solutions do you use, as a box seems to be really packed with all these maps.
 
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I use GMT counter trays. The wells are a little larger than 2"x1" and are perfect for holding 2 stacks of CoH counters.
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I think that's where the cards were stored for shipping.

If you pick up Conflict of Heroes: Price of Honour – Poland 1939 it has a very nice tray that will hold all the counters and cards that come with it, plus the ones from Conflict of Heroes: Awakening the Bear! – Russia 1941-42 and Conflict of Heroes: Storms of Steel! – Kursk 1943 as well.
 
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Jakub Kurczyna
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Oh, good to know that. I really want that expansion (POH) as soon as possible. It's not very often discussed part of the conflict due to its relative brevity (I believe).
 
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Jakub Kurczyna
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Sorry for double posting, but that's what I've been asking about
 
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gaseki wrote:
Hi, I've just received my second hand copy of the game and it had four pieces of card that looks like it could be folded up to create a box with one of the edges a bit lower than the other. Are these some kind of counter boxes or what?
Also, I've been wondering what kind of storage solutions do you use, as a box seems to be really packed with all these maps.


Yes fold them up to store the counters.

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