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Subject: C3I copy -- how to store? rss

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Michael Hopcroft
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I'm thinking of taking my copy of Jena 20 out to be played. To do that I would obviously need to punch the counters and cut apart the cards.

What I'm wondering is whether the C#I bag is sufficient to store the game of whether I need something else like a small box. I don't need anything big because there are so few counters, but still....
 
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I stored my copy with the bits in small zip-bags, and the whole kaboodle, map and small bags and all, in a larger zip-bag. Then stuck it on the shelf between two boxed games (as it happens; I store mine chronologically).
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Warren Davis
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I pulled my C3i out of the ziploc, bagged & boarded it, then left Jena 20 in the original ziploc after mini-ziplocing the counters & dice, then dropped Battle for Moscow in with it (after miniziplocing the counters & dice for that), & keep the whole kit & kaboodle in the mailing box I got Blue vs Gray in...
 
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I store the game and the magazine together in the same ziplock bag they came lest the game itself is nowhere to be found later on when I read the mag and want to pull the game out immediately for a fix. It is maddening if I can't find it.angry
 
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Martí Cabré

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I have some thick folders for these cases. One of these stores maps and rules for publisher magazine games. The counters go in a specific RAACO for these games.
 
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