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Darryl Fetz
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I haven't seen this topic before. I love this game and want to sleeve the cards, but it's already a tight fit and I'm not sure they'll fit back in.

Additionally, if you do have it sleeved, which ones are you using?
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I tried using the thinnest tightest fitting sleeves I could find.. I think they were Swan sleeves. I couldn't fit the cards back in the box without throwing out the insert so the sleeves came back off.
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dfetz3 wrote:
I haven't seen this topic before. I love this game and want to sleeve the cards, but it's already a tight fit and I'm not sure they'll fit back in.

They don't, unfortunately.
Which is a bummer as I like the inlay too much to remove it. So I ended up putting the base game and all expansions I'm currently using in a different box.

dfetz3 wrote:
Additionally, if you do have it sleeved, which ones are you using?

I always use Ultra-Pro. Sturdy, and after a few shuffles the slipperyness goes away and they stack nicely.
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They absolutely won't.

I'm using Mayday premium.
One of them ripped, that's a first for me with this sturdy manufacturer.
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dfetz3 wrote:
I haven't seen this topic before. I love this game and want to sleeve the cards, but it's already a tight fit and I'm not sure they'll fit back in.

Additionally, if you do have it sleeved, which ones are you using?

Same here - there’s no way they would fit in the insert when sleeved so I removed the insert and keep the sleeved cards in two plastic business card holders inside the Onirim box. Does the trick!

I use MTL (“Make Them Last”) sleeves, from Slovenia.
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Alexander Maricich
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Nope here as well. I have them all packed away in a quiver.

would be interested though if someone came up with a mod that worked out. Love that box.
 
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Zachary Yarnell
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I used Mayday standard. Tight but everything fits back in the box.
 
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I managed to make them fit in the box by removing the insert and lay the cards on their side.

The lid will not close completely but it is better than not having sleeved cards.
 
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I fit all sleeved cards to the box.

1) you need perfect fit sleeves (or pro fit as they may be known) used for Magic the Gathering double sleeving

2) you need to press the cards for a while to get rid of an air.

3) there will be three stacks of the cards - the third one will be put a bit sidelong.

4) Of course, insert must be removed.

But the box can be closed at 100 percent.
 
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