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Ryan Proud
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Has anyone seen or created some custom printouts to slide in binder covers for their Netrunner cards. Didn't see anything in the downloads section.
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Don't know. Usually just put a rulebook and timing charts in there.
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I'd be interested in this as well, thanks for bringing it up. If anyone has recommendations on good binders that allow for slide-in covers & would adequately fit those ultra-pro 9-pocket 3-holes pages that'd be awesome. I just got back to the whole card-game thing with A:NR (since MtG third edition!) and the ultra-pro collectors binders are just so ugly...

Sorry to barge in your thread, I don't want to distract from the main question too much but I appreciate any suggestions!
 
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bigloo33 wrote:
Don't know. Usually just put a rulebook and timing charts in there.


I do the same thing. I have a generic red and blue binder with the rule book in front of both.
 
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You can find the white and silver lettered Netrunner banner with a google search. I printed them large and made covers and spines for my Corp, Runner and Rules/FAQ/Promos/Data Pack Insert binders. Went over the letters with for Corp and Runner in Blue and Red Sharpie. I can post a picture tommorrow if you like; they look great.
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If I use binders, I use ones like this:

or this:


So no pocket in the front. I hate 3-ring binders for cards.
 
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Keeping everything sorted by faction and then type with those binders would be a nightmare. While not as good quality, 3-ring with 18 pocket pages is an easier solution.
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binarymelon wrote:
Keeping everything sorted by faction and then type with those binders would be a nightmare. While not as good quality, 3-ring with 18 pocket pages is an easier solution.

Why would it be a nightmare? I mean, I'm just planning on storing my cards in a box, with dividers, rather than a binder, but I used to keep my Yugioh cards in those types of binder. But then again, my yugioh binder was mainly for trading, not deckbuilding.
 
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prodigal source wrote:
You can find the white and silver lettered Netrunner banner with a google search. I printed them large and made covers and spines for my Corp, Runner and Rules/FAQ/Promos/Data Pack Insert binders. Went over the letters with for Corp and Runner in Blue and Red Sharpie. I can post a picture tommorrow if you like; they look great.


If you get a chance please share! I would love some inspiration to make my binders look a little better.
 
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binarymelon wrote:
Keeping everything sorted by faction and then type with those binders would be a nightmare. While not as good quality, 3-ring with 18 pocket pages is an easier solution.

Why would it be a nightmare? I mean, I'm just planning on storing my cards in a box, with dividers, rather than a binder, but I used to keep my Yugioh cards in those types of binder. But then again, my yugioh binder was mainly for trading, not deckbuilding.


Yeah, more from a deck-building perspective. I have everything sorted by faction and within that by type. So all identities together, assets together, ice, etc. A binder with fixed pages would either require a huge upfront investment or moving cards around with every data pack release. 3-ring binder just makes it more convenient.
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Not the best picture of them, but cheers!
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