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Cameron Williams
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So I have the base game, the expansions, some promos, and the Broken Token insert. My box is more or less full.

How are people planning to store the booster pack monsters once they start releasing them? Or even just the evolutions for the King of New York monsters from the new Power Up?
 
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Trueflight Silverwing
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As much as I like the Broken Token, I have to say that their insert for the game is to blame in this case. I have everything that has been released for the game (including an extra set of dice, all the promo items, and more) all tucked in my box with plenty of room to spare.
 
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Jason Rivera
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Anyone have any storage solutions for Keeping KoT (old and new) and KoNY, plus all promos and expansions for each in one box?

I actually had to empty out my Pathfinder Card Game box, because it was the biggest one I had, in order to fit everything in. The thing is a monster.

Really looking for something travel-friendly since we play at different houses often and sturdy since it get's a lot of use....Plano is nice but it's difficult to find something that will fit both NY and Tokyo boards.

Anybody have any ideas?

 
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Joshua Miesner
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I have everything in one box, but it's kind of all thrown in and I'd like to make a foamcore insert. I have all the monsters in the middle, leaning at an angle and the dice and cards on the sides.
 
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Steven Strayer
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Broken Token makes an organizer for KoT (you can find them on Amazon.com) that gives you room for all expansion material in an orderly fashion... short of just tossing everything randomly into an open box, I don't really know of any other way to do more.

 
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