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Evan Bryce
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Are there any tuck box patterns out there that people use for unsleeved decks?

I'd love to have a box for each of my runner / corp decks.
 
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My friend keeps all of his cards fit cozy in an empty MTG 2011 toolkit box. The box can fit 285 cards, and An:Net has 252 cards. Also, there is small enough space for all the tokens to fit in. It's portable, convenient, and demanding. Just awesome
 
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Evan Bryce
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Thanks! Sounds like a good solution for all the cards. I'm wondering if anyone has a template for a deck box though (holds 45-50ish) unsleeved cards?

Seems like most folks sleeve though so maybe I'll go to plan B and get an ugly generic UltraPro box.

Thanks!
 
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Always sleeve, or you will regret it. Plus it makes shuffling HEAPS easier.
 
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solidoakshelh wrote:
Always sleeve, or you will regret it. Plus it makes shuffling HEAPS easier.

That's very subjective - I've never sleeved cards, and my Magic 3rd/4th Edition, and O:NR cards are still very good condition (if I were to sell, I would probably class them as "nearly new") and that's with riffle shuffling. I find it easier to riffle unsleeved cards than any shuffling with sleeved cards (although I'm beginning to be able to riffle sleeved cards).

Sleeving: It's All Down To Personal Choice TM

As far as a tuckbox, you might want to try this: http://tuckbox.gameupdates.com/
It will let you make a tuckbox to your own specifications (I haven't used it, so YMMV)

There's also this tutorial using Strange Eons (Call of Cthulhu custom card maker): http://boardgamegeek.com/thread/646705/need-some-tuck-boxes-...
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Christopher MacLeod
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I print these on card stock and they work great:

http://www.ee0r.com/boxes/cardbox.pdf

For 45 cards, the second page (5/8 inch thickness) is perfect. The boxes are plain but you can easily decorate them.

Then I put all the tuck boxes inside a Magic: the Gathering "Fat Pack" box and they fit snugly along with all the tokens.
 
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