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    Aeaea got a reaction from Wandalf the Gizzard in Storage suggestions   
    @Wandalf - yes, BCW sells lots of gaming stuff (though you can probably buy packs of colored binders on Amazon for a lot less). I used 1 inch binders and they seem about  the right size for now.
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    Aeaea got a reaction from Wandalf the Gizzard in Storage suggestions   
    I use BCW Side Loading 18-Pocket Pages (9 pockets on each side) for the player cards. Pages can be purchased in different colors too for fun. All my player cards are in clear FFG sleeves. I don't sleeve encounter cards. Building decks from RingsDB is nice and binders make the cards very easy to locate -- plus as you said, nice to look through and ponder new strategies/combos.
    You can fit  3 sleeved cards snugly in each pocket -- but I put two on each side of the page (front and back) to make them a little easier to remove. I put them in 5 colored binders alphabetized by card type - like others describe above. All announced player cards should (just barely now) fit on 20 pages per color and 10 pages of generics.
    BCW Gaming Card Sleeves
    Note: Make sure you use side loader page pockets. Top loaders will spill cards out of your binder if you're not careful.
    I still haven't found a good way to store the encounter decks but working on some solutions.
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    Aeaea got a reaction from The Professor in Monster Hunter International   
    Great series of novels if you're looking for some good monster killing fun...
    Larry Correia is the author and these are the books so far:
    Monster Hunter International Monster Hunter Vendetta Monster Hunter Alpha Monster Hunter Legacy (writing in progress) If you happen to have an audible.com account, the narrator for this series, Oliver Wyman, is terrific and you'll find yourself laughing out loud many times throughout the book.
    What's it about?
    <first turn your suspension of disbelief knob waaaay up>
    Monsters are real! The government is (brutally) covering it up and has done so for years... There's a bounty on monster kills and a few private organizations are thriving on it. But it's dangerous. Monsters are nasty, really nasty. No, really really nasty! Someone's got to do it, and they might as well enjoy it. And MHI is the best of the best. <return knob to respectable level of disbelief>
    So anyway, it's good fun and the author knows how to entertain. Lots of guns, magic, a little romance and intrigue, and really terrible monsters that want to kill us all. Plus there is a very healthy dose of modern day Lovecraftian horror/adventure thrown in that people on this board will surely enjoy. I wouldn't be surprised if the author plays AH himself.
    I was skeptical at first, but these are not your typical zombiefest or vampire romance novels. It's just a group of dedicated men and women saving the world and keeping things safe for the rest of us.
     
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    Aeaea got a reaction from Balou1917 in Monster Hunter International   
    Great series of novels if you're looking for some good monster killing fun...
    Larry Correia is the author and these are the books so far:
    Monster Hunter International Monster Hunter Vendetta Monster Hunter Alpha Monster Hunter Legacy (writing in progress) If you happen to have an audible.com account, the narrator for this series, Oliver Wyman, is terrific and you'll find yourself laughing out loud many times throughout the book.
    What's it about?
    <first turn your suspension of disbelief knob waaaay up>
    Monsters are real! The government is (brutally) covering it up and has done so for years... There's a bounty on monster kills and a few private organizations are thriving on it. But it's dangerous. Monsters are nasty, really nasty. No, really really nasty! Someone's got to do it, and they might as well enjoy it. And MHI is the best of the best. <return knob to respectable level of disbelief>
    So anyway, it's good fun and the author knows how to entertain. Lots of guns, magic, a little romance and intrigue, and really terrible monsters that want to kill us all. Plus there is a very healthy dose of modern day Lovecraftian horror/adventure thrown in that people on this board will surely enjoy. I wouldn't be surprised if the author plays AH himself.
    I was skeptical at first, but these are not your typical zombiefest or vampire romance novels. It's just a group of dedicated men and women saving the world and keeping things safe for the rest of us.
     
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