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Ferdinand Chan
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Just got this game and am really amazed by the components and the insert, which I think is very well designed.

But due to my OCD nature, I sleeve every game in my collection and this one is no exception.

However, the original space for keeping the card no longer fit the sleeved cards ( I use Mayday premium sleeves ) , the card barely fit into the slot and can't feed the whole deck.

Have someone sleeve their cards for this game? If so, how do you keep your card in the box?

Also, would someone suggest whether the cards need to be sleeved ? I haven't start playing this game yet but after reading the rules, seems that player won't hold the cards in their hands and seems the card is not going to wear out easily. If so, I might suppress my OCD nature and not going to sleeve these cards so that they will fit in the insert.

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Alvin C
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The same as the other games, I just baggied them and put them in the big well with the Balor and the ogres, putting some of the other minis in the card wells.
 
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I pulled the plastic tray and put the cards in card boxes. By doing this, I was able to combine all three of the D&D co-op boardgames into two boxes.

My OCD is such that the cards are in color-coded sleeves (different color for different classes, separate colors for monsters, encounters, treasures, etc.), so I do understand...
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I tossed the plastic tray and built a couple of new boxes out of Foamcore. THey work great, easily made in the time span of watching one hockey game.

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Thunder wrote:
I tossed the plastic tray and built a couple of new boxes out of Foamcore. THey work great, easily made in the time span of watching one hockey game.

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But who only watches one hockey game?
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Adam Haughey
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I ended up sleeving my cards because I noticed there were some inconsistencies in the card sizes which made shuffling a pain. I was hoping that by the time Drizzt came out they would have allowed for card sleeves in their insert, but for now I just baggy the cards and fit them in the big well and with the cavern tiles.
 
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Thomas Haver
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Removed the tray. I use two Plano 3650 boxes for each game.

All cards are sleeved using KMC sleeves and stored in a 300-count box (same as magic cards, baseball cards, etc).

KMC Sleeves
Matte Red -- Monsters
Matte Black -- Encounters
Super Gold -- Treasures
Pearl White -- Heroes
Clear -- Sequence of Play
Super Purple -- Ally


 
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deacondavid wrote:
I pulled the plastic tray and put the cards in card boxes. By doing this, I was able to combine all three of the D&D co-op boardgames into two boxes.

My OCD is such that the cards are in color-coded sleeves (different color for different classes, separate colors for monsters, encounters, treasures, etc.), so I do understand...


Color coding the cards is a good idea so that we can easily sort out treasure, encounter and monster deck
 
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Thunder wrote:
I tossed the plastic tray and built a couple of new boxes out of Foamcore. THey work great, easily made in the time span of watching one hockey game.

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Sounds like I've to go for this route as well.

But how can you make sure the component's won't fall apart when you "stand" the box in your gaming shelf?
 
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Rauli Kettunen
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Under the insert for me, beneath the original cups that had the cards in the first place. Insert and thus lid don't go all the way down like in CR, more cards in LoD I take it.
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José San Miguel
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See my solution:

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Jimmy CHAN
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See my solution:

 
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Ferdinand Chan
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Seems customize my own box is the way to go devil

Will definitely spend sometime and work out a solution, thanks for all the helps!
 
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If you feel like going really overboard...you can do this when you pick up the rest of the games

http://www.boardgamegeek.com/thread/743746/ultimate-storage-...
 
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