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Subject: Organized My Cards/Tiles rss

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Darrell Jones
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Thought I'd share this...

In an effort to spend less time looking for tiles and/or cards when playing, I went and labeled all the map tiles from CoA and SoJ and their respective Encounter cards.



I used 1/4" Avery labels and numbered them for identification. The stickers are removable, don't leave any residue and really stand out for easy identification. Unfortunately, these are not printable labels, so I had to rely on writing clearly with a fine point marker.
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Endevor Rovedne
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It is a good idea, you can make pile 1-9 10-19 etc. to make the search even quicker, i will probably do that when 1.5 will arrive.
 
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Alexandre Moreau
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That's a clever idea. i always struggle to find the correct map tile in the box, when I need one.
But you need a good quality sticker, or else, you just end up having a lot of labels in the back of your box
 
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Darrell Jones
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These are what I used:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00C0PM5OC?psc=1&redirect=t...
 
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Sid Rain
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I just have a big accordian-style filing case with the map tiles labeled by their type or number of doors/openings. So passages are found in a few sections, then 2-, 3-, and 4-door rooms. Makes it alot easier to sift through everything.
 
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Vikki Lee
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Actually, while I am using an accordion folder, and was originally looking for stickers to place on my card protectors, talking to th woman in my local crafts shop, I thought of a better idea.

In order to find the correct tile, I merely used a (fine navy) sharpie on the card protectors writing what section (of my 18 slot accordion folder) the tile was in, and then wrote the corresponding number on the tab in the accordion folder

I have the passages in two sections, both of my mine entrances and the depth tracks in a single one, and then two tiles for each further section.
 
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