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I was wondering if anything had been decided about storage trays. I doubt that we'll be able to keep our OGREs "built" and manage to close the box, but I thought I'd ask anyway.

For me the Valley Games edition of Titan is the high water mark for such things:
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From my understanding of things, we should be able to keep the Ogre's assembled and still close the box. The podcast "That's How We Roll" where they interviewed Phil Reed and Andrew Hackard, they mentioned that we would be able to do just that.

Here's a link to that podcast: http://t.co/smyXuza3
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cheese8242 wrote:
From my understanding of things, we should be able to keep the Ogre's assembled and still close the box.


Thanks, that's good to know.
 
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Cole Wehrle wrote:
I was wondering if anything had been decided about storage trays. I doubt that we'll be able to keep our OGREs "built" and manage to close the box, but I thought I'd ask anyway.

For me the Valley Games edition of Titan is the high water mark for such things:


Oh $#@!, that's how that tray is supposed to be used! I couldn't figure it out and may have thrown mine away. Now I must go see if I still have it...
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cheese8242 wrote:
From my understanding of things, we should be able to keep the Ogre's assembled and still close the box. The podcast "That's How We Roll" where they interviewed Phil Reed and Andrew Hackard, they mentioned that we would be able to do just that.

Here's a link to that podcast: http://t.co/smyXuza3


Yes, the trays inside the box are being designed so that you do not have to take the 3-D counters apart once you are ready to pack the game back in the box. In fact, I beg people to not take those counters apart. The test counters are very durable, but I worry a lot (some say too much) and I would hate for someone to accidentally damage a piece taking it apart and putting it back together over and over.
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This is great news. I really hate taking apart things like that, they *will* ultimately get wrecked. I was assuming I would store at least some of my 24 (!) Ogres outside the box. I was also assuming it was going to be zip-loc bag city inside that cavernous box, I'm excited to hear the word "trays" from Phil.
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