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Subject: A storage and score keeping solution. rss

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Edwin Woody
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My wife and I play this game quite a bit, and I wanted to organize it so that set up and break down times would be faster. Particularly fitting all the little bags in sometimes bade the box bulge after we got the expansions.

Step one was to find a part sorting box that had compartments for all the ships and tokens, yet was thin enough to fit in the box. After striking out in bead shops, tackle stores, and sewing emporiums we found something that fit at the hardware store.



Once the box was cleaned up it made an improvement, but fitting all the scoring tokens in was tedious. My next solution for that was to order 16mm sized sets of D10 percentile polyhedrals.



I wasn't able to find colours that match the ship meeples, but I did get four sets.



And everything fits nicely.



Divide all the cards into two equal stacks and placing the Terrain tiles on top leaves just enough room for the sorter to fit in the other half of the box.



The box lid still closes perfectly.



This has been a great time saver for us.
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David J. Mortimer
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Phogg wrote:
My next solution for that was to order 16mm sized sets of D10 percentile polyhedrals.



What are the dice for? I thought this game didn't use dice...
 
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