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Subject: A foamcore insert for the Battle at Kemble's Cascade rss

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Philip Heath
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Royston Park
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Hello!

I decided to create a foamcore insert for The Battle at Kemble's Cascade. I love the game and wish I could get it out more. I particularly enjoy the solo player variant.

My previous storage solution to this game was to group the cards in stacks in between layers of the scrolling trays. It got messy. I refused to rubber-band the cards so they ended up everywhere.

Cue a rainy day at home and ample chores to ignore, out came the foamcore and I set to work. Here are the results.











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Gary Pressler
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Nice work! I very much like the slantitude (which I know is needed for the shallow box. I gave up doing anything fancy and went with baggies, but this looks worlds better for getting a game set quickly. I'm not big on playing this one solo, but I definitely agree that Kemble's needs more table time.
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