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Subject: Box Organization Strategies? rss

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Jonathan Teixeira
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Now that we've got a nice BIG box to work with, how are people putting all that space to use?

I'm trying to figure out how to organize all my game elements in a way that's easy to store, efficient for getting everything from stored-in-the-box to first pitch, and just plain makes sense.

The first time I tried I might have ended up with an unused card divider So, I'm guessing there's got to be a better way.

I'd love to hear about people's in-box setups.

A few things I'm curious about:
• What do you put in each dice cup?
• How do you separate your cards/players
-- Do you bother keeping each 'series' together?
-- Does anybody not separate pitchers and batters?
-- Thoughts on separating players that require Clubhouse (for when you want to play a simpler game?)
-- Has anyone tried organizing by position?
• Do you use any small plastic baggies to house anything?
• Anything else you're doing you think is neat?

*So you know what I'm working with: I have the Kickstarter editions of both Bottom of the 9th and Clubhouse, so I think the only card I'm missing is Blüdle the Noodle?

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