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there made from a 40 clear sheet plastic. plastic glue didn't hold all that well, so I had to use super glue which left white fume streaks. ile have to use ear buds and white sprit to clean it up a bit. I would recommend a different adhesive. I didn't really know how to o a "how to" I all ways do it by eye, this leads to mistakes though, the relic deck is slightly to small and have to be inserted at a angle. but if some one else is trying to do some thing like this I would recommend giving them plenty of space and adding n extra cm or 2 width for future proofing, to add more cards in the future.

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Wow, that looks really good. 

I think talismanisland mostly wants a quic guide on how to make those and frankly I do too! They look AWESOME, easy to use and handy :)

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I am new to Relic, but have played Talisman since the 80's and I think Relic cards are the same size as Talisman. Anyways here is a $1 solution from the Dollar Tree:
 
Here is a pic holding Talisman cards:

http://boardgamegeek.com/image/1911037/domagb
 
And here is the Dollar Tree source:

http://www.dollartree.com/catalog/product.jsp?productId=296578

 

and I failed to tell the Talisman community they are actually 3 for $1.
 

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Great job with the storage box!  I think I will look into doing something similar.  Thanks for the idea. :)

   

I am new to Relic, but have played Talisman since the 80's and I think Relic cards are the same size as Talisman. Anyways here is a $1 solution from the Dollar Tree:
 
Here is a pic holding Talisman cards:

http://boardgamegeek.com/image/1911037/domagb
 
And here is the Dollar Tree source:

http://www.dollartree.com/catalog/product.jsp?productId=296578

 

and I failed to tell the Talisman community they are actually 3 for $1.
 

This, on the other hand, is a very cheap solution but looks super tacky.  I may be a bit of a snob but I would store the cards in the box and set stacks on the table before I ever used anything like that.  I don't see the advantage of this either.  I could understand using whatever you can get your hands on if there was some sort of need, but this seems, to me, to be not very efficient.

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