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Nate Scheidler
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Thanks for cross-posting this. This makes sense to me. There are several models available.
 
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Right now I use two Plano 3860's in a cloth tackle box. It looks like I'm carrying one of those lunch bags you put in the fridge. The compartments are large enough for all pieces, with perhaps a bit of crush on the Copper Dragon's wings.


I imagine I'll upgrade to a larger box like the one pictured as more sets are released.

 
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Justin Kiger
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Does anyone know what size the figures used for the demon and dracolich in the upcoming sets are? I would like to size something out that will hold those sets as well, and those two look bigger than the copper dragon that we currently have.

Any recommendations on card sleeves? They seem about the same size as Magic cards, but I am not sure what thickness/brand to get. I'm more worried about ease of shuffling and protection than price.
 
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I just use baggies. I've used them to store my various D&D Miniatures and have had no problems with them.

That tackle box looks like it's gonna give you a hernia...!
 
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JustinK wrote:
Does anyone know what size the figures used for the demon and dracolich in the upcoming sets are? I would like to size something out that will hold those sets as well, and those two look bigger than the copper dragon that we currently have.

Any recommendations on card sleeves? They seem about the same size as Magic cards, but I am not sure what thickness/brand to get. I'm more worried about ease of shuffling and protection than price.


The cards are about magic sized. I picked up several packs of Max Protection Neo Sleeves from www.miniaturemarket.com on clearance for $1.50 a pack.

They worked perfect. I'm very happy with the quality of the sleeves, and they were so cheap I was able to pick up different sleeves for the order and creature cards with enough left over for the next several expansions.

I do recommend sleeving the cards. I noticed at the preview event the cards do seem a little on the thin/flimsy side and even after just a handful of games they were showing evidence of warping.
 
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The Husky 22 in Cantilever is just too massive. You can get the Husky Deep Pro Organizer Model # 17191710 which is 1/2 the size and price. It's the right height for the larger miniatures, which is a problem I had with the Plano system of tackle boxes.
 
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Jeremy Cooper
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Alternatively:

http://community.wizards.com/go/thread/view/75862/23209873/D...
 
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