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Marcio Ferreira
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Hello!

The cardboard insert is not the best on the universe, we know it from other FFG games, but I coulod convert mine into something I feel really useful, and which gives room to fit everuthing, in a way that now I don't think I'll need to make any further changes.

This is how it looks like:


And I made a quick guide if you feel like it's good enough to have a go: link

Hope you like it...



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I'm going to have to do this. The way this game packs in the box with the current insert is messy. Plus this way opens up for the possibility of expansion space. Good job!
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If you leave the short end of the inlay up, you can also put holes into it to fit the various tokens. Reduces setup time and table clutter.

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goryon wrote:

I love everything about your storage solution, except the rubber bands

Imo, the most annoying part of storage for this game are board tiles that go everywhere, as opposed to everything else that can more or less be managed by baggies. I've already started to notice wear on the corners on my hex tiles after only a few plays

This is what I use to organize those tiles (courtesy of FFG forum users):
https://community.fantasyflightgames.com/topic/264446-3d-des...

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Thanks, I did mine with the 2 first advices.
Then I took a thick cardbox laying in my garage to make a minis insert

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xBino wrote:
goryon wrote:

I love everything about your storage solution, except the rubber bands

Imo, the most annoying part of storage for this game are board tiles that go everywhere, as opposed to everything else that can more or less be managed by baggies. I've already started to notice wear on the corners on my hex tiles after only a few plays

This is what I use to organize those tiles (courtesy of FFG forum users):
https://community.fantasyflightgames.com/topic/264446-3d-des...



Yeah, rubber bands are not so chick but are quite cheap and easy to use, and also in my case there is one of those plastic boxes with divisions (where I put the small pieces) that takes the space between the hexes and the other side of the box so the tile are not going anywhere (got to put some more photos... anyhow that 3D printed stuff is quite neat, but in such case I would go for a complete refurbishment of the insert, or wait for e.g broken token or similar alternatives...
 
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Brandon Goble
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I did this today, works great!
 
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Justin Shaikewitz
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This is great! I’ve never done anything like this before.

I just keep every thing in small bags. Seems to keep the cards together. I also have the map tiles just lose and stacked. Doesn’t seem necessary to rubberband them.
 
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Done, looks great, simply edited (no need to glue, as the new inlay fits excellent into the box and does not move at all)
 
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