|Vic Wertz Chief Technical Officer|
|1 person marked this as a favorite.|
Disappointing the two rows don't hold a fully sleeved set. I suppose you could throw a card type like locations or adventures/scenarios in a single drawer, but this seems to be less and less like a product I'd be willing to pay for. Sad for something I was so looking forward to.
Before you dismiss it, you might consider how you actually play.
• You start with just the ~400 B cards, and likely the 110 C cards... but you immediately set aside ~15 card decks for each character playing, along with their character, role, and token cards. Assuming those go in a drawer, your "box" area probably has less than 450 cards. (And if you put the characters, roles, and tokens you're not playing with, and all the story cards you've completed into a drawer, all the better.)
• As you proceed through Adventure Decks 1 and 2, you'll add 220 cards, but you'll also be removing several per character into your decks because you gained card feats. Maybe you've got ~650 cards in the main part of the box at the end of AD2.
• When you get to AD3, you'll add another 110 cards, but at this point you start removing Basics from the game (which is to say, you're putting them into another drawer). You'll also still gain the occasional card feat. So at the start of AD3, you'll have ~760 cards in the main part of the box, but that number will go down as you play through AD3.
• Your numbers will get pretty unpredictable from here, with lots of removals punctuated with regular additions. By the time you're in AD6, you'll have added another 330 cards, but you'll probably have removed ~200 cards. I've never done an exact count, but I would guess that my groups probably never had more than about 900 cards in the main part of the box while playing an AP, which means if I'm single-sleeving, I could always fit them in the top. (And since the top actually fits ~200 cards more than that, I could also fit at least 2 class decks—maybe 3, depending on how many boons I remove.)