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#21 Olorin93

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Posted 18 July 2014 - 06:24 AM

I've been looking furiously for some sort of suitcase or softer bag that could hold my entire collection. MTG cards have the same dimensions as LOTR LCG, so official products like the Dragon's Egg would certainly work well for smaller quantieis - they can only hold a few decks at a time.

 

I think the best bet is to find some aluminium case and acquire or create your own dividers. Has anyone had similar thoughts? Any tips/recommendations?



#22 Khamul The Easterling

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Posted 18 July 2014 - 08:00 AM

Each sphere is separate from the others, and sleeved in its own color, 

So when you build a deck you're going to know exactly what sphere card is coming next.....you have a rainbow deck....


Edited by Khamul The Easterling, 18 July 2014 - 08:00 AM.

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#23 GrandSpleen

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Posted 18 July 2014 - 09:51 AM

Core set box houses all my player cards and constructed decks, along with tokens, threat trackers and the first player token.  I cut up a cardbox box to convert the core set box into a 3-column deal (and threw out the original packaging insert).  Made my own cheap-o custom dividers using card stock, and have things sorted out by sphere and card type.

 

Encounter cards in the white cardboard card boxes that you can get at any game store.  One box holds one deluxe expansion plus its AP cycle.  Sorted in those with dividers by encounter set, in release order.


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#24 chiller087

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Posted 18 July 2014 - 11:27 AM

Each sphere is separate from the others, and sleeved in its own color,

So when you build a deck you're going to know exactly what sphere card is coming next.....you have a rainbow deck....

Yes, my deck resembles a dwindling box of skittles. I care more about easy organization than I do technical play in a non-competitive game.
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