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Wanda Davies
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I currently have my sets in three boxes. I have an old saxophone case I had the idea of converting into a master box today, which led me to wonder: how do y'all store your sets?
 
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All the platters in one box and everything else in one box (that's all 8 sets).
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Malacandra wrote:
All the platters in one box and everything else in one box (that's all 8 sets).


That's how I go as well. I have all the character chits in baggies separated by age, which makes setup go easier, too.
 
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I use a craft box and have the characters arranged alphabetically (hence the need for three boxes). It takes up more space, but the time to find a character is lessened quite a bit. A more shallow craft box would be more useful, but I'm working with what I have.
 
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I've put mine in a box.

 


 
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DenGad wrote:
I've put mine in a box.

 


 


I saw these images before. They are what inspired me to use the saxophone case. Mine is not going to look nice like yours, but it will be functional. My thanks to you and your beautiful work!
 
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I purchased a large wooden box that looks like a big book from Hobby Lobby. I was able to fit the base game and every expansion into it with ease. I'll post pics when I get home if I can remember. I think it cost me $14.
 
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One thing I just did was to sleeve all the character cards, and place the token for each character in the sleeve with the card. This really speeds up setup! (I think someone else on this forum came up with this idea and I just recently remembered it).
 
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That's an excellent idea! It may be worth the tactile desensitization- especially since the character cards are infrequently handled. How do you handle randomizing character selection? I imagine it'd be hard to shuffle...
 
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Just dump them in the box lid and pluck them out lottery style. You can shuffle them easily if you want, just in small batches (slide them together from the sides), and you need to make many small piles, as they fall over with the tokens inside. Maybe make as many piles as characters each person will chose, and have each player take one card from each pile.
 
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