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For those of you with the Anniversary Edition, how do you pack away the bag of tiles? After punching out the tiles, I placed them all in the bag, but the bag does not fit back into the box properly.

For now, I leave the bag outside of the box.
 
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Gamemaster wrote:
For those of you with the Anniversary Edition, how do you pack away the bag of tiles? After punching out the tiles, I placed them all in the bag, but the bag does not fit back into the box properly.

For now, I leave the bag outside of the box.

I don't think this question requires more than one thread: AE - where to store tokens
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I took out all trays except for the one that holds the boards. Replaced them with a slim Artbin Super Satchel to hold all minis, and the Lords of Middle Earth and Warriors of Middle Earth boxes (insert removed) to hold all cards, tokens, and upgraded bits (Fubar Awol's strongholds and replica rings).

It all fits nicely in the outer box once the trays are removed. I really wanted a one box solution.
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picklethehutt wrote:
I took out all trays except for the one that holds the boards. Replaced them with a slim Artbin Super Satchel to hold all minis, and the Lord's of Middle Earth and Warriors of Middle Earth boxes (insert removed) to hold all cards, tokens, and upgraded bits (Fubar Awol's strongholds and replica rings).

It all fits nicely in the outer box once the trays are removed. I really wanted a one box solution.


I'd love to see photos of this if you feel like posting some.
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