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Andrew O
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This is my solution for carrying ZBP. The entire Knight's Pledge fits in the case with plenty of extra room if I wanted to buy more heroes or crowz or something. I am really happy with how everything turned out. Played last night and this REALLY cut down the clean up time.


This case is from Home Depot. It costs 29.99


Since it is carried from the top and not the side, the minis don't really get banged around all that much. The most banging around they experience is putting them back into their bins, or if I threw the thing.


Front view with handle


All zombies and heroes here. Heroes in the front compartments along with zombie cards, dragon fire tiles and the metal coin. Starting from the left: 3 bins of walkers, 3 bins of NPCs. Third column from left from the top: runners, runners, wolfz. Forth from left top: wolfz, middle and bottom fatties. fifth row wolfbominations and standard abominations. Character cards and equipment cards and necros. This last section can be changed depending on how you want to store the cards.


Container fully open


Bottom section. This part can be organized lots of different ways. Large abominations are stored down here.


Small tackle box that holders tokens and player bases and pegs. From Walmart in the fishing section. Costs like 5 bucks or something.


Tackle box. All colors have their own compartment.


Other side of tackle box. All tokens stored here.


The bottom section of the container is a little too narrow for the tiles to lay flat. A lot of space is lost like this. Everything can fit as above except the dice tower. But that can fit if the small tackle box is left out.


I took a Dremel and 220 grit sand paper to the inside to make it big enough for the tiles to lay flat.


All game tiles laying flat in the container.


Backside of the case when closed. Case is cut, but back is protected.


Bottom of case. Only exposed part of the case. I am going to take the piece I cut out and trim it down and hot glue here to seal up the backside.


The case isn't fully complete, but even in its current state, it does the job perfectly fine.

Links
Container:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-22-in-Cantilever-Plastic-Or...
https://www.amazon.com/Husky-Cantilever-Plastic-Organizer-La...
Tackle Box:
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Plano-Medium-Double-Sided-Organize...
https://www.amazon.com/Plano-Double-sided-StowAway-Tackle/dp...
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Peter Phinix
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Any change to get as a german?
 
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Andrew O
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I'm not sure what you mean?
 
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Peter Phinix
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any chance to get it in germany or as a german.
couldnt find another store who dispatch it to germany
 
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You'd have to look at home improvement stores in your area. I am not sure what Germany has to offer.
 
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Phinix123 wrote:
Any change to get as a german?

I think this one looks a lot like the one described.
The 22inch matches the 55 cm Breite. The containers seem to be removable as singles as well.

I just looked this up quickly, and haven't tested it myself or anything, so use with caution
https://www.amazon.de/Werkzeugkiste-herausnehmbarer-Trageb%C...

@OP: Nice solution by the way
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That looks exactly the same.
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