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Are we pretty much stuck with baggies? Ugh.
 
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Even with mine completely sleeved, Hugo's Amazing Tape does the job for me.
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I use rubber bands to keep each deck separate. It's worked out really well so far.
 
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This is how I store mine.



Others have made tuck boxes (at one point some were available for download in the files section).
 
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I've just got plasti-bands on each deck. I haven't sleeved them, though maybe I should.
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foxtrot2620 wrote:
I use rubber bands to keep each deck separate. It's worked out really well so far.


Problem is rubber bands can dry out and in the process leave residue on your cards.

At the very least replace them often. Be really careful if you put the game down for any length of time while using rubber bands.

Yeah I use plastic bags myself.
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Ah really? I never thought about that.

I've been using small rubber bands for each deck but I haven't noticed any marks yet though.
 
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In a Thunderstone Expansion box. The original game box is awful and my cards don't fit sleeved at all.
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DanKD wrote:
In a Thunderstone Expansion box. The original game box is awful and my cards don't fit sleeved at all.


I used to use the Thunderstone Base Game box for the LOTR LCG (which I have since sold).

I'm tempted to do the same for this, but the TStone box is too big. Maybe I'll put Omen Reign of War along with it lol.
 
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Sleeved and with a loose rubber band for each deck, and then put into a generic card box with a bag of dice for use as markers.



On the right are the core game cards (plus Young Legacy) and a bag of dice. On the left are boxes holding the cardstock cutouts of the Playtester pre-release Rook City cards. When I just had the core game, I used a similar box that was a single-wide($1) rather than this double-wide ($2).
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Scrogdog wrote:
foxtrot2620 wrote:
I use rubber bands to keep each deck separate. It's worked out really well so far.


Problem is rubber bands can dry out and in the process leave residue on your cards.

At the very least replace them often. Be really careful if you put the game down for any length of time while using rubber bands.

Yeah I use plastic bags myself.


Didn't know that. Thanks for the heads up. Luckily, all of my cards are sleeved, so even if they did leave residue it would only get on the penny sleeves which are cheaply, and easily replaced.

arenson9 wrote:
Sleeved and with a loose rubber band for each deck, and then put into a generic card box with a bag of dice for use as markers.



On the right are the core game cards (plus Young Legacy) and a bag of dice. On the left are boxes holding the cardstock cutouts of the Playtester pre-release Rook City cards. When I just had the core game, I used a similar box that was a single-wide($1) rather than this double-wide ($2).


I'm thinking of doing this but using my Nightfall box instead (all of my cards are in my Nightfall: Martial Law box). The thing is I love the Sentinels box art and it would be really sad not being able to see that on the cover of my box. Any ideas on how I can make a really nice printout or label or something of the cover art so that I could place it over the Nightfall box?
 
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Card Collector's Vault box, $5 from Walmart
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DanKD wrote:
In a Thunderstone Expansion box. The original game box is awful and my cards don't fit sleeved at all.


+1

Wrath of the elements is now the holding box of sentinels. All my thunder stone cards fit in the dragon spire and on expansion box.
 
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