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cawshis wrote:BaronHelix wrote:
I second the army transport recommendation, if you're seriously considering rocking a bag like this.. It is large enough to carry many boxes and flexible enough to load in foam trays if you're worried about minis. I use it to carry my Descent:JitD games to Recess and it works like a charm. I have the Mark2 which backloads (instead of top loads as in the picture BH provided). 2 Big boxes, 2 trays full of bits and all the instruction books I need. I don't know how folks carry Descent around other wise! I cram all the minis into a single box though as I don't care about them...they won't (normally) break as the plastic is soft, so instead they normally bend. I may have to eventually repair a skeleton or two, but I've owned the game for years and I can live with that.
Foam trays take up A LOT of space as well...something to consider in our world of tiny apartments and smaller closests. Each tray has footprint of like 14inches by 8 by ~2 inches(estimating), and for Castle Ravenloft you'd need several trays depending on how nice you'd want to pack the minis. I know that unless I actually painted the fuckers, I wouldn't bother with a tray just cause of the amount of space it would eat up!
Pillar wrote:Yes, these were the bags I was thinking of. Is the WarStore the best place to order them, or are their better options?
Also, there are those clear plastic cases with multiple interior divisions. I've seen many of them used to store figs and bits for boardgames. Is there a recommended seller for those?
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