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Pathfinder Pawns: Bestiary Box

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The brutal beasts of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Bestiary come alive on your tabletop with this box-busting collection of more than 300 creature pawns for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game or any tabletop fantasy RPG!

Printed on sturdy cardstock, each pawn contains a beautiful full-color image of a nasty monster from the core Pathfinder RPG monster reference. Each cardstock pawn slots into a size-appropriate plastic base, making them easy to mix with traditional metal or plastic miniatures. With multiple pawns for commonly encountered creatures and more than 250 distinct creature images, the Bestiary Box is the best way to ensure you've got the right creatures to push your Pathfinder campaign to the next level!

ISBN 978-1-60125-561-7

Bestiary Box Set List

Hundreds of monsters surge to life on your tabletop! Each has its own identification number for easy sorting. The Bestiary Box includes:

Small (and Smaller)
1  Archon, Lantern
2  Bat Swarm (4)
3  Choker
4  Cockatrice
5  Dark Creeper (3)
6  Darkmantle
7  Demon, Dretch (2)
8  Demon, Quasit
9  Derro (2)
10  Devil, Imp
11  Dog
12  Eagle
13  Electric Eel
14  Elemental, Air
15  Elemental, Earth
16  Elemental, Fire
17  Elemental, Water
18  Goblin Warrior (4)
19  Homunculus
20  Intellect Devourer
21  Iron Cobra
22  Kobold Warrior (3)
23  Mephit (2)
24  Mite (2)
25  Pixie
26  Pseudodragon
27  Rat, Dire (2)
28  Shocker Lizard
29  Spider Swarm (4)
30  Stirge (2)
31  Svirfneblin
32  Vargouille (2)
33  Vegepygmy (2)
34  Will-o'-Wisp
Medium
35  Aasimar Cleric
36  Angel, Astral Deva
37  Animated Object
38  Ant, Giant Soldier (3)
39  Archon, Hound (2)
40  Archon, Trumpet
41  Azata, Bralani (2)
42  Azata, Ghaele
43  Barghest
44  Basidirond
45  Basilisk (2)
46  Boar
47  Boggard (3)
48  Bugbear (3)
49  Cat, Leopard
50  Cave Fisher (2)
51  Centipede, Giant
52  Crab, Giant (2)
53  Dark Stalker
54  Demon, Babau (2)
55  Demon, Nabasu
56  Demon, Shadow
57  Demon, Succubus
58  Devil, Barbed (2)
59  Devil, Bearded (2)
60  Devil, Erinyes (2)
61  Devil, Lemure (3)
62  Dinosaur, Deinonychus (2)
63  Dog, Riding
64  Doppelganger
65  Dragon, Young Black
66  Dragon, Young Brass
67  Dragon, Young Copper
68  Dragon, Young White
69  Drow Noble Cleric
70  Drow Warrior (3)
71  Dryad
72  Duergar (2)
73  Elemental, Air
74  Elemental, Earth
75  Elemental, Fire
76  Elemental, Water
77  Ettercap
78  Frog, Giant
79  Gargoyle
80  Genie, Janni
81  Ghost
82  Ghoul (3)
83  Gibbering Mouther
84  Gnoll (3)
85  Goblin Dog
86  Golem, Ice
87  Golem, Wood
88  Gray Ooze
89  Green Hag
90  Half-Dragon, Dracolisk
91  Harpy (3)
92  Hell Hound (2)
93  Hobgoblin Fighter (3)
94  Hyena
95  Invisible Stalker
96  Kyton
97  Leech, Giant
98  Lich
99  Lizardfolk (3)
100  Lycanthrope, Wererat
101  Lycanthrope, Werewolf
102  Medusa
103  Merfolk Warrior
104  Mimic
105  Mohrg
106  Morlock (2)
107  Mummy (2)
108  Night Hag
109  Nymph
110  Orc Warrior (3)
111  Rakshasa
112  Rust Monster
113  Sahuagin (2)
114  Salamander
115  Satyr
116  Sea Hag
117  Shadow
118  Skeletal Champion
119  Skeleton (3)
120  Skum (2)
121  Snake, Venomous
122  Spectre
123  Spider, Giant (3)
124  Tengu Rogue
125  Tiefling Rogue
126  Troglodyte (2)
127  Vampire Sorcerer
128  Violet Fungus
129  Wight
130  Wolf (2)
131  Worg
132  Wraith
133  Xill
134  Xorn
135  Yellow Musk Creeper
136  Yeth Hound (2)
137  Zombie (3)
Large
138  Angel, Planetar
139  Angel, Solar
140  Ankheg
141  Ape, Dire
142  Ape, Gorilla
143  Assassin Vine
144  Azata, Lillend
145  Barghest, Greater
146  Bat, Dire
147  Bear, Dire
148  Centaur
149  Chimera
150  Chuul
151  Cloaker
152  Couatl
153  Crocodile
154  Cyclops
155  Demon, Balor
156  Demon, Hezrou
157  Demon, Marilith
158  Demon, Vrock
159  Devil, Bone
160  Devil, Horned
161  Devil, Ice
162  Devil, Pit Fiend
163  Devourer
164  Dragon, Adult Black
165  Dragon, Adult Brass
166  Dragon, Adult Copper
167  Dragon, Adult White
168  Dragon, Young Blue
169  Dragon, Young Bronze
170  Dragon, Young Gold
171  Dragon, Young Green
172  Dragon, Young Red
173  Dragon, Young Silver
174  Drider
175  Duergar (enlarged)
176  Elemental, Air
177  Elemental, Earth
178  Elemental, Fire
179  Elemental, Water
180  Ettin
181  Gelatinous Cube
182  Genie, Djinni
183  Genie, Efreeti
184  Genie, Marid
185  Genie, Shaitan
186  Giant, Fire
187  Giant, Frost
188  Giant, Hill
189  Giant, Stone
190  Girallon
191  Golem, Clay
192  Golem, Flesh
193  Golem, Iron
194  Golem, Stone
195  Gorgon
196  Griffon
197  Half-Celestial Unicorn
198  Half-Fiend Minotaur
199  Herd Animal, Aurochs
200  Herd Animal, Bison
201  Horse
202  Lamia
203  Lion
204  Lizard, Giant Frilled
205  Manticore
206  Mantis, Giant
207  Minotaur
208  Naga, Dark
209  Naga, Guardian
210  Naga, Spirit
211  Nightmare
212  Ochre Jelly
213  Ogre (2)
214  Oni, Ogre Mage
215  Otyugh
216  Owlbear
217  Pegasus
218  Phase Spider
219  Rhinoceros, Woolly
220  Roper
221  Scorpion, Giant
222  Shambling Mound
223  Shark
224  Sphinx, Gynosphinx
225  Tiger, Dire
226  Troll
227  Unicorn
228  Wasp, Giant
229  Wolf, Dire
230  Wyvern
231  Yeti
Huge
232  Aboleth
233  Bebilith
234  Behir
235  Black Pudding
236  Bulette
237  Demon, Glabrezu
238  Demon, Nalfeshnee
239  Dragon, Adult Blue
240  Dragon, Adult Green
241  Dragon, Adult Red
242  Dragon, Ancient Black
243  Dragon, Ancient White
244  Dragon Turtle
245  Elephant, Mastodon
246  Flytrap, Giant
247  Froghemoth
248  Giant, Cloud
249  Giant, Storm
250  Hydra
251  Remorhaz
252  Retriever
253  Shoggoth
254  Slug, Giant
255  Squid, Giant
256  Treant

The Bestiary Box also includes twenty 1"-bases for Medium and smaller pawns, ten 2"-bases for Large pawns, and five 3"-bases for Huge pawns.

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PDF: Fulfilled immediately. Will be added to your My Downloads Page immediately upon purchase of PDF.

Are there errors or omissions in this product information? Got corrections? Let us know at webmaster@paizo.com.

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Sincubus wrote:
The greater and smaller barghest both have same picture?

Yes, both use the same picture.

Andoran

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Are there any immediate plans for a Bestiary 2 box? Getting that out quickly would help reduce the burden of the Adventure Path pawns collections from having to provide PFRPG generic creatures, which would allow the Adventure Path pawn collections to provide some of the more exotic pawn options.

I also like the idea of filling the left over spaces in the Adventure Path pawns with alternate art for common creatures that may have been already published. Helps bring variety to the table. (Combining the Beginner's Box and this Bestiary Box rocked with alternate creature art!)


douglasiv wrote:
David Haller wrote:

Waiting 3 weeks is one thing - waiting FIVE MONTHS is another.

(Cancels Amazon order...)

Amazon always moves the date out to Jan of the next year. Then they come back in a couple weeks and fix it to send out the following week. Based on past paizo products on Amazon you should disregard the January date that Amazon told you and expect them in 3-4 weeks.

You were absolutely right -- I just got that email, hanging the release date from Jan. 10 to Sept. 20. Whew!

Osirion

Hi guys.
I got the card size for normal and large sized pawns before and I am very happy. Can anyone please help with this questions.

What are the measurements for the Huge and tiny sized pawns?


Just got mine from my local store (who I pre ordered from) after much toll b~@*#&!*, I finally got my nerdy hands on them.
Now I have plenty of pawns for my games :)


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Masika wrote:

Hi guys.

I got the card size for normal and large sized pawns before and I am very happy. Can anyone please help with this questions.

What are the measurements for the Huge and tiny sized pawns?

Tiny sized pawns are the same as the "normal" pawns. As for the Huge, I will have to let someone else help as I am at work and do nto have mine here to measure for you.


I'm waiting for Amazon to tie their heads on straight so I can get two for my game ;)

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

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Steve Geddes wrote:
Steve Geddes wrote:
I dont know if it's useful or not (are these intended to be reprinted as necessary?) but the Bat Swarm pawns' identifying tags are all the same color. I havent noticed any others, but figured it would be worth correcting for any potential reprint.
Ah. I've finished unpacking them now and the spider swarm is the other exception. Clearly it's a deliberate choice rather than a problem, so no worries there..

Yeah, since swarms take up four squares, the four pawns for that swarm each represent one quarter of the same swarm. (We made it four 1"-diameter pawns instead of one 2"-diameter pawn since swarms don't always organize themselves into a square.)


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I worked that out after I posted my "errata" - its an excellent idea. I have some swarm/crowd tiles and counters from other sources and the rigidity of a fixed configuration has been annoying from time to time. You guys were way ahead of me, as usual.


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Lichemaster wrote:

Thanks Bluescale for all the work, good to know.

Still waiting for this to get to Canada? the local hobby store has it but it's over an hour drive one way, with my gas tank I can buy almost 3 boxed sets from chapters.ca

waiting but not patiently....... :(

I actually picked this up the day you posted. I saw it on the shelves at FLGS in Toronto.

Gotta say this is a really great alternative to miniatures (even though I collect those as well, mostly picked this up to substitute for the monsters I don't have minis for yet). I'll definitely be recommending this to fellow Players with a limited budget.

Bluescale wrote:
Actually, the Remorhaz doesn't have a human in it. It just looked so much like the Bestiary picture I didn't notice the Bestiary had a human in it. The Giant Scorpion, though, still has a hyena in the picture, and the Dire Tiger still has piglets running away.

I like the Dire tiger artwork with the running piglets. Gives me a bit of a chuckle (as cruel as that seems...)


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Please make a Bestiary 2/3 box, I would pre order it :)

Silver Crusade

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Browsing the 2012-2013 Paizo catalog I saw Bestiary 2 Box listed: )


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Gorbacz wrote:
Browsing the 2012-2013 Paizo catalog I saw Bestiary 2 Box listed: )

I'd say "Now to get them to post it so I can pre-order" but... *looks at subscriber tags* I guess I already have in a way.


Just a comment. I only got 3 kobold warriors with my set, but the box says 4. Is this the case or am I missing a sheet? I do not see anything else missing at this point, but am only halfway through sorting and storing.

BTW, this product is great. I look forward to future sets.


omg! I just noticed they got the Dragon, Adult Copper & Dragon, Adult Brass mixed up! o_O


Liz or anyone else :)

What are the dimensions of this minis (height/width/thickness for the medium sized ones)????

THX

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

A medium-sized mini is 1 7/8" tall by 1 1/8" wide by 1/16" thick.


Liz Courts wrote:
A medium-sized mini is 1 7/8" tall by 1 1/8" wide by 1/16" thick.

awesome....THX Liz!!!!!!!


I picked up the box this weekend - super groovy.

One thought to help with multiple critter combats. If you provided numbered stickers to put on the bases then all of the counters could be the same (or you could combine counters from two sets) and the GM could just use the number on the base to differentiate the different critters of the same type.

I'm going to look for some sticker sheets at an office supply place later this week.


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I really didn't like how the swarm turned out. I was hoping a flat tile(s) I could just lay down and shape as needed given a swarm actually has to be in the same space + the fact they take up a 10 x 10 cube of space.

I would like to to see a familiar pawn set for casters, maybe one for animal companions too.


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John Templeton wrote:
I really didn't like how the swarm turned out. I was hoping a flat tile(s) I could just lay down and shape as needed given a swarm actually has to be in the same space + the fact they take up a 10 x 10 cube of space.

I didnt understand it until Vic explained it to me, but I really liked the swarm treatment. In my view, having four individual counters so it isnt constrained to filling out a square on the battlemat is a great improvement on other swarm counters/figures I've seen. I think it may have looked incongruous to have swarms lying flat and the rest of the pawns standing up.

Irrespective - I think the flexibility of 4 1x1 counters rather than 1 2x2 counter is great.

Quote:
I would like to to see a familiar pawn set for casters, maybe one for animal companions too.

I agree - depending on size of the set an animal companion/familiar/summoning set of pawns would be a great addition to the line, in my opinion.


John Templeton wrote:
I really didn't like how the swarm turned out. I was hoping a flat tile(s) I could just lay down and shape as needed given a swarm actually has to be in the same space + the fact they take up a 10 x 10 cube of space.

Huh... interesting. Vic's comment above, that Swarms do not always organize themselves into squares, appears to be based on the 3.x Swarm subtype rules... in that case, the spaces only needed to be contiguous, so the swarm could stretch out along a line of four 5-foot aquares, or bend around a corner in a similar arrangement.

EDIT: The Pathfinder rules do stipulate a single 10-ft square (or cube, if the creatures can fly).

Shadow Lodge

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Read the next paragraph in the swarm subtype Urath DM

"The area occupied by a large swarm is completely shapeable, though the swarm usually remains in contiguous squares." Its actually the exact same text as 3.5.

Shadow Lodge

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Eric Clingenpeel wrote:

Read the next paragraph in the swarm subtype Urath DM

"The area occupied by a large swarm is completely shapeable, though the swarm usually remains in contiguous squares." Its actually the exact same text as 3.5.

But that's talking about large swarms - multiples of individual small swarms. A small swarm is currently defined to occupy a 10' x 10' square, not four 5' x 5' squares.

I think the "multiple 5' x 5'" definition works better (especially in a 5' corridor; it's a bit of a stretch to claim that a rat swarm would be squeezed in a 5' wide corridor). But strictly speaking it isn't (yet) RAW.


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Steve Geddes wrote:


I agree - depending on size of the set an animal companion/familiar/summoning set of pawns would be a great addition to the line, in my opinion.

I didn't even think about Summons but YES! If you took the entire list using both fiendish and divine(?) that practily be a box on it's own but I like to sea the lawful and chaotic summons in there too. Nature's ally also. That be a big box.


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John Templeton wrote:
Steve Geddes wrote:


I agree - depending on size of the set an animal companion/familiar/summoning set of pawns would be a great addition to the line, in my opinion.
I didn't even think about Summons but YES! If you took the entire list using both fiendish and divine(?) that practily be a box on it's own but I like to sea the lawful and chaotic summons in there too. Nature's ally also. That be a big box.

Fiendish and divine could be just some plastic clip (like stands but smaller) attached to the pawn. Actually Paizo could do a whole set of different kind of clips to add to pawns for spells/buffs/conditions and so on.


Hi Liz. Will extra bases be sold separately?

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Additional bases will be available soon.


Excellent!!!!!!!! Thanks Vic. :)

Shadow Lodge

I just ordered one of these. I have a pretty hefty miniature collection already, however, almost every game I have to make a less than ideal substitute for a certain monster - with this all of my substitutes will be accurate even if flat.


Very nice work. Look forward to seeing more of this.

On a side note: I suggested a while ago that you might look into a custom pawn creation kit, sort of like the old 'presto-magic' art dioramas from the 80s. The kind where you rubbed the image with a pencil and it dry transferred to the scene.

I think this would do really well by you and would be worth pursuing, as I believe the demand for your pawns is going to be beyond anything you have anticipated.

Respectfully,

Paladin

Qadira

How many cardstock sheets are in the Bestiary Box?

Cheliax

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For those who still haven't seen it, THIS video of the unboxing of the box set should answer a lot of questions.

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Grey Cat wrote:
How many cardstock sheets are in the Bestiary Box?

16, Grey Cat.

Shadow Lodge

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So, maybe it's me, expecting too much from Paizo (although, in my defense, the quality of all the products I have purchased to date may have spoiled me), but I'm a little disappointed in the Bestiary Box. Specifically, with the fact that a number of the pawns have artwork that is cut off. Some of them don't bother me overmuch, but a number of them do, especially when it was obvious that they had originally been cut down.

Does this make them unusable? No, not even a little bit.

Does it make the artwork less stunning? No, not really.

Is it a personal thing? Probably.

Just wanted to get this off my chest. Glad to have them, and I'm sure my players will...have mixed feelings. ;-)


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Don't feel bad Grayhawk1. It did bug me at first too. It also bugged me that they mirrored the art rather then just print it again on the back. But I got over it when I realized these are just markers for my characters to kill. :-)

Cheliax

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Grayhawk1 wrote:

So, maybe it's me, expecting too much from Paizo (although, in my defense, the quality of all the products I have purchased to date may have spoiled me), but I'm a little disappointed in the Bestiary Box. Specifically, with the fact that a number of the pawns have artwork that is cut off. Some of them don't bother me overmuch, but a number of them do, especially when it was obvious that they had originally been cut down.

Does this make them unusable? No, not even a little bit.

Does it make the artwork less stunning? No, not really.

Is it a personal thing? Probably.

Just wanted to get this off my chest. Glad to have them, and I'm sure my players will...have mixed feelings. ;-)

I suspect the reason for this is that the die cfutter has a chance of being a little bit off, and if the creature who have wings sailing off into the distance stopped at where the edge of the pawn was, there'd be a chance of a milimetre of white space appearing on the abrupt end of the appendage

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Enlight_Bystand wrote:
Grayhawk1 wrote:

So, maybe it's me, expecting too much from Paizo (although, in my defense, the quality of all the products I have purchased to date may have spoiled me), but I'm a little disappointed in the Bestiary Box. Specifically, with the fact that a number of the pawns have artwork that is cut off. Some of them don't bother me overmuch, but a number of them do, especially when it was obvious that they had originally been cut down.

Does this make them unusable? No, not even a little bit.

Does it make the artwork less stunning? No, not really.

Is it a personal thing? Probably.

Just wanted to get this off my chest. Glad to have them, and I'm sure my players will...have mixed feelings. ;-)

I suspect the reason for this is that the die cfutter has a chance of being a little bit off, and if the creature who have wings sailing off into the distance stopped at where the edge of the pawn was, there'd be a chance of a milimetre of white space appearing on the abrupt end of the appendage

Yep. The printer lingo for that is "bleed."


Got this and I love it. Much better than the minis from Whizkids and way cheaper.

However I am not knocking the Whizkids stuff. I saw one of there huge guys from Rise of the Runelords stuff and they are getting better.


Is there any way someone can show me the new artwork of the Balor and Babau?

Or describe them to me?


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Got this last week and pretty pleased with it - artwork is pretty awesome the whole way through and scale of different monsters is much better visually represented by a standing pawn of differing heights than a 2-d counter.

Just one thing is bothering me though - was there any need for the numbering of the various pawns? - as far as I can see, the numbers just relate to the index on the back of the box (whereas maybe pointing to the page number of the bestiary may have been more useful?) - obviously, it isn't a big issue but, to me at least, it detracts from what is otherwise a great product.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

The numbers allow people to apply their own organization to their pawns, and the color of the number also allows you distinguish between multiple copies of the same critter on your table.

Their presence is actually a direct response to customer feedback—the pawns in the Beginner Box didn't have numbers, and many people asked us to add them.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion Subscriber

Wow, thanks for the insight...will the same be applied to future pawn collections? I was thinking that I would probably add numbers to the bases (not permanently though) for distinguishing critters at the table.

Good to hear that customer feedback is sought and listened to though!

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Zesdead wrote:

Wow, thanks for the insight...will the same be applied to future pawn collections? I was thinking that I would probably add numbers to the bases (not permanently though) for distinguishing critters at the table.

Good to hear that customer feedback is sought and listened to though!

Yep, and future collections will also have something identifying the specific set that they came from... which was based on user feedback from this set!


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Vic Wertz wrote:

The numbers allow people to apply their own organization to their pawns, and the color of the number also allows you distinguish between multiple copies of the same critter on your table.

Their presence is actually a direct response to customer feedback—the pawns in the Beginner Box didn't have numbers, and many people asked us to add them.

While I understand the reason, I disliked that they were added. I did not like the numbers or white boxes many companies added to the tokens. But I realize I am not the majority so I expect them on every set going forward.

But to be clear, I love my box full of fun.


Vic Wertz wrote:
The numbers allow people to apply their own organization to their pawns, and the color of the number also allows you distinguish between multiple copies of the same critter on your table.

The colored number approach is interesting. I actually just used a metallic Sharpie to write numbers on my Beginner Box bases, which allowed me to multiple ones apart.


I won a beginner box and then also purchased this box at PAX this year. My friends and I have been using the hell out of the minis.

One thing I havent found is a good way to store, carry and access them. Currently I have a tackle box, but the cards have to lay flat in stacks of 10 or so. so finding the right stack on the fly is a bit of a hit or miss affair.

Has anyone found something that will store these in a portable fashion while still making them easy to flip through should the need arise?


zerhackermann wrote:

I won a beginner box and then also purchased this box at PAX this year. My friends and I have been using the hell out of the minis.

One thing I havent found is a good way to store, carry and access them. Currently I have a tackle box, but the cards have to lay flat in stacks of 10 or so. so finding the right stack on the fly is a bit of a hit or miss affair.

Has anyone found something that will store these in a portable fashion while still making them easy to flip through should the need arise?

Try HERE

-- david
Papa.DRB


Papa-DRB wrote:
zerhackermann wrote:

I won a beginner box and then also purchased this box at PAX this year. My friends and I have been using the hell out of the minis.

One thing I havent found is a good way to store, carry and access them. Currently I have a tackle box, but the cards have to lay flat in stacks of 10 or so. so finding the right stack on the fly is a bit of a hit or miss affair.

Has anyone found something that will store these in a portable fashion while still making them easy to flip through should the need arise?

Try HERE

-- david
Papa.DRB

Well now theres a hell of an idea. I'll give that a try thanks david

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