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Subject: In need of a plastic Inlay rss

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Jay Tummelson
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I know it is a bit late to say this, but I did test the prototype tray with and without sleeves (perhaps very thin ones) so that I could be certain it would work either way. Again, at least with the sleeves I had at hand.

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Right, Sorry for the wrong judgement. I didn't read anything about it and just thought it wouldn't work. I am really glad that it does though! Thanks for thinking about us anal gamers.
 
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Tej S
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JovenShadowcaster wrote:
...or get a card box, like the ones you use to store Magic or Baseball cards, and separate your cards with an index-card file system. It makes the game smaller and easier to transport, and quicker to set up and tear down. A lot of people here on BGG have done so; I myself use two cigar boxes for the same effect.


That's an awesome idea! Thanks!
Going to try it with one of my old, old mtg boxes and see if I can fit the base + intrigue in one box.
 
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