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Storage Obsession Pt 2: The Figures

Posted January 25th, 2009 at 10:44 PM by bunjee
As shown in Hahn and Bunjee's Stanley vs. Plano Smackdown thread, as well as many others, there are a lot of storage options for figures. I use a Plano Tackle backpack (now discontinued) to hold my units.

Photos in the thread at this link.

A thread titled Packing it up, taking it on the road inspired me to see what I could fit into a Sterilite "Showoff" (model 1896) I had on hand. The following photos show the results, and a list of the content follows the photos.

1 complete master set of terrain including ruins
Dice, Glyphs, Wound markers, special power markers, and Order markers from a master set
1 Road to the forgotten forest with all the trees
The following figures and cards (to keep them tidy, all figures are in ziploc bags except...
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Storage Obsession Pt 1: The Terrain

Posted January 25th, 2009 at 09:59 PM by bunjee
I have this thing for making things fit. When things clearly fit into a category, if I can get it all together in one place, I just have to do it. This compulsion that Elstree and I share led to “The Brick”

Many people have asked for instructions on how to assemble the brick, and I finally put them together. They are available in the Downloads section at this link.

My space has often been limited, and I really wasn't up to going out to the garage to get my Heroscape every time I wanted to play. I just can't bring myself to toss it all loose in a bin when it stacks so nicely. By keeping the terrain compact, we are able to fit more in to smaller spaces. My most impressive feat was this setup:
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