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Troy Creamer
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Here is my storage solution for Quarriors. I got this at Michaels Crafts for 5$ and it stores everything with room for expansions. I like this also keeps the cube theme. It also breaks down into 4 nice smaller trays. My only slight slight draw back is its a bit tough to get the cards out but thats minor.

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A themed solution indeed!
 
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Any idea what it was called? I'm wondering if one might be able to order it off their website.
 
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What are the dimensions of the assembled product?
 
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Mysterio wrote:
What are the dimensions of the assembled product?


About a foot quared? Or cubed even?
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I looked on Micheals website and could not find it either. I think its made by Snapware based on my google searches but distributed by Micheal's however i could not find the exact one online either. I had already thrown away the packaging so i don't know the exact name.
 
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Very nice.

But what's wrong with the original tin? Throw away the insert, put the cards in a ziplock bag, I have the basic dice in one bag, the creature dice in a plastic business card box (but I could have used another ziplock), and the spell dice in another small plastic box (again, instead of a ziplock). There's plenty of room in there for more expansions, sorting out seven creatures from the ten types of dice in the box takes seconds (ditto for the spells) and it's not cost anything. It's also smaller than pretty much every plastic box solution I've seen posted so far.
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I would say it definitely not required its more a personal preference. Some people for them baggies work fine, or others just toss everything back in the box which is cool. I actually enjoy organizing my games its sort of a hobby within a hobby for me. Your solution i can see working well also and gave me an idea. (Which i will try when i get home so more to come.) Appreciate the thoughts.

Side Note: I definitely like the tin so my alternative solution involves keeping the tin.
 
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Just picked up the same cube storage from my local Michael's. Good stuff!
 
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Nice solution! I also am a non-baggie fan.

Judging from the photos, it looks like if you bought an extra box, you could add more layers tot he stack. Is that the case?

A friend and I were thinking of buying three of them, then having a couple extra rows of storage for each of us in case we need future expansion space.
 
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Yes you can do that too!
 
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