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Hi all,

So when Core first came out I believe there was a statement made at some point that no one had yet completed Legendary difficulty. If you're not familiar with Legendary difficulty here's some developer commentary on Legendary (and at the 15:10 timestamp Keith is referring to this group). Essentially though, Legendary adds in 3 wildcards and increases bane difficulty. Naturally there was a group that decided "Hey, that sounds fun" and took on the challenge.

I'd like to formally congratulate the following for completing Dragon's Demand on Legendary difficulty:

  • Skizzerz (Core Valeros)
  • NathanDavis (Core Seelah)
  • Maelwys0 (Core Kyra)
  • Yewstance (Core Lem)

    It was a society based game and the team randomly chose wildcards for each scenario. They also opted for randomly generating scenario 3C which resulted in a siege scenario with ablaze damage. I was convinced that they wouldn’t necessarily die but they would lose from locations closing before they could win. Sure enough, they managed to pull out a victory anyway.

    Here's a few misc. stats from the campaign:

  • 0 failed scenarios
  • 0 character deaths
  • 0 hero points used to prevent death
  • 2 hero points used on rerolls
  • 1 respect point earned (via Friendly Game of Sredna)
  • 4 wildcards that were never randomly chosen
  • 5 Trolls encountered
  • 1 Troll defeated in combat


  • Pathfinder Card Game, Rulebook Subscriber

    Hello,

    Please cancel my rulebook subscription. I do not wish to have the bestiary 2 in print form.

    thanks kindly!


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    website feedback is aware, no ETA


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    Yoshua wrote:

    Did anyone ever get promo cards other than the one I got at paizocon? I subscribed and got the core and crimson then cancelled the sub later. Never did get any promos and they arent available for purchase

    If you didn't get the promo cards with your Core/Curse subscription then make a post in the customer service forum. The cards would've come in a small pack of cards that was in the package box.


    MauveAvengr wrote:
    I've never been a BR before. How easy/hard is it? What do I need to do if I did become a BR?

    Our database has a GUI that makes it fairly user-friendly and we do have a BR manual to help teach how to use the GUI. Past that just knowing the rules of the game/society play enough that you can help answer questions. Here's a bit of discussion about time commitment for being BR. Just note in my comment I mention MS Access but we now use an online GUI

    If you're interested send me an email: redeux@orgplayonline.com


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    JercDe'Wor wrote:
    Not sure if anyone’s starting a game anytime soon, but I’d be really interested in playing. I’ve got both the new core and curse sets. I’m hoping to test out the new class deck mechanics. Long story short, any games starting out there?

    You're in the right place, we are just announcing our next online convention. Full details here (click). Sign-ups will open on March 2nd, and play will start on March 30th.

    Someone might post a game separately before the event starts but if not then that will be a good way to get started.

    Venture-Agent, Online—ACG aka redeux

    No problem, let me know if you have any questions, or feel free to ask in our "discussion" tab of Flaxseed on Deck


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    Unforunately I have no more extras.

    I would like to take the opportunity to poke Vic to poke the store manager about getting WOTR/MM promos up in the shop. Also wondering if we can ever hope that the Core/Curse cards get in the shop?

    (I've mentioned it before but i wish all promos were at most time-exclusive meaning eventually they are made available for purchase through the store)

    Venture-Agent, Online—ACG aka redeux

    JercDe'Wor wrote:
    Mhuirich wrote:
    JercDe'Wor wrote:
    I really like these new rules and would love to finally try my hand in playing some of the organized play for PACG. How does one get involved in PBP? Is there a section of the forums for it?
    The main forum for ACG PBP is Flaxseed On Deck. The recruitment tab has been somewhat quiet lately, but that should kick up soon, as there will be an online PBP convention coming up in March.
    And it isn’t too difficult to pick up? I’ve been doing PBP for 5e a little bit and find it to be pretty easy.

    It's not too bad. The second half of this blog post (click) gives a general overview of how things work for the card game. Basically we use a google spreadsheet to digitally manage our decks and to easily convey what's in our hand, etc.

    We'll be announcing our next play by post convention shortly. I'd keep a close eye on Flaxseed On Deck (click); specifically the recruiting page. That's where you'll be able to get the player sign-up announcement for the convention.

    I'm currently working on rewriting the campaign page to answer a lot of questions on how to get started. You can get a sneak peak of that new information on this page (click) (if anyone is reading this in the future and that profile page is blank, just check the Flaxseed on Deck main Campaign page).


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    I picked a good year for my first paizocon! Can't wait!


    Pathfinder Card Game, Rulebook Subscriber

    I really appreciate the transparency and advance notice given here!


    Pathfinder Card Game, Rulebook Subscriber

    Yes please!


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    product page wrote:

    Product Availability

    Preorder, expected approximately 26 Feb 2020

    Additionally it's listed on the CS forum for February subscription fulfillment.


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    I too need to do better about leaving reviews...I'll try to set aside some time to do so.


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    Fumarole wrote:
    redeux wrote:

    In Pathfinder Friday "Demigods of Golarion" there is a landscape view of the Diety chart at 33:16. Can we PLEASE get this released as a PDF supplement in "My Downloads"??

    Love the book, but the current PDF version of that chart was not thought out for the PDF medium. I realize if I'm at my PC I can set up to view it as an actual spread, but that won't work if I need to reference the chart on my tablet or phone. Additionally I can't print it as a PDF in a 2x1 spread format myself due to file encryption so this is something I believe Paizo should do to make it more accessible.

    Thanks kindly!

    Why not grab a screenshot of it on your PC and save it as an image? I just did it and it works fine, and my monitor is only 1920x1200.

    Good idea, thanks! Gave me a thought to try a different route: Downloaded single file package, opened appendix file in Chrome (rather than Adobe), then print to pdf with 2pages per sheet. Apparently Chrome is OK with me printing to PDF when the file is encrypted but Adobe isn't. So I got what I needed

    Venture-Agent, Online—ACG aka redeux

    Michael Sayre wrote:
    Mike Bramnik wrote:

    [...] I'm hoping the "rp requirements" get waived like they were in 1st* edition, or that the "secondary initiation" boon means that Pathfinder members aren't required to perform those while they're still active-duty with the Society.

    The Secondary Initiation boon covers any story prerequisites related to taking options from the chosen organization, such as being at least knight rank for the Knight Vigilant dedication or passing the Hellknight Test to take the Hellknight Dedication.

    We'll get this clarified in the boons or character options, but consider this an official clarification in the meantime. As long as you have the boon and meet the other prerequisites, you can start playing your Hellknights and Knight Vigilants.

    Many thanks for the clarification :)

    Venture-Agent, Online—ACG aka redeux

    Very excited about this!! Can't wait to see some of the character concepts that people come up with!

    Venture-Agent, Online—ACG aka redeux

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    Mike Bramnik wrote:

    Very excited to share this with the lodges in my area! I know a lot of my players and GMs have been theory crafting characters from the Lost Omens books for awhile now! Happy news for all!

    That said, it looks like aspiring Hellknights in PFS still need their first edition books in order to be legal :-P

    Not a complaint - any excuse to share Path of the Hellknight with more people is a welcome one!

    Is this because the Hellknight Dedication references the Hellknight Test but that test isn't specifically outlined in any PF2 material like it is in PF1 Path of the Hellknight and Hell Unleashed?

    Additionally, how does a PFS character accomplish the Hellknight Test since the circumstances typically wouldn't be found in a PFS scenario?

    Asking because I obviously want to have a PFS hellknight so this blogpost is exciting to see my char becoming that much closer to a reality...


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    Pathfinder Card Game, Rulebook Subscriber

    In Pathfinder Friday "Demigods of Golarion" there is a landscape view of the Diety chart at 33:16. Can we PLEASE get this released as a PDF supplement in "My Downloads"??

    Love the book, but the current PDF version of that chart was not thought out for the PDF medium. I realize if I'm at my PC I can set up to view it as an actual spread, but that won't work if I need to reference the chart on my tablet or phone. Additionally I can't print it as a PDF in a 2x1 spread format myself due to file encryption so this is something I believe Paizo should do to make it more accessible.

    Thanks kindly!


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    PDF shows back for me now. Glad more of those got published ;)

    (thanks!)


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    GrandChefPanda wrote:
    Where is the option to buy this as pdf ?

    I swear this was in my cart for PDF not two days ago. I got distracted and came back today to find now the option is gone!


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    What I used to do was use the paizo published deck lists. You can find them listed here: PACG Character Sheets. Inside of that file there is a deck list for each set. The deck list has a list of all the boons and you can mark in pencil which cards are in your deck. Then when changing sessions you can re-build your deck.

    Another option I used to do was just keep a word document set up with a listing of the characters. I used the formatting found In this thread which let me rebuild my characters when needed, and also meant I already had everything in the requested format when I was ready to post my characters.

    Last idea that comes to mind is for one of the games invest in using character/class deck products and build only from the cards included in those decks, similiar to how Organized Play handles it. This would allow your characters to remain separate from the box so you're not needing to rebuild characters constantly.


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    I got an extra I'd be happy to rehome. Would just ask for a buck or two or whatever the cost of shipping would be depending on where you live. Feel free to send me a PM.

    As an FYI i'm working crazy overtime through next Friday so it might take me a bit to get it to the post office

    Venture-Agent, Online—ACG aka redeux

    That's how I would play it. The distinction, i think, is that fighting the danger you are "summoning and encountering" it. You don't get to close from summoned banes so in this case the Ashwing Gargolye wouldn't let you close if you encountered it as the danger since it was summoned. On the other hand, a proxy card directly represents the bane so you would get to attempt to close if you encountered the proxy.


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    Oladon wrote:

    New Version: 2.7.0

    I've just released version 2.7.0 with the following changes:

    - New feature: hide inactive aliases when posting
    - Fixes campaign page arrangement & sorting for people with lots of campaigns (*coughEricSwansoncough*)

    I'm on 2.7.0 now with Chrome Version 79.0.3945.88 (Official Build) (64-bit) and when I load the page it says "Sort by: Custom" but it is actually displayed by Default.

    Then If i click the edit/save button it moves everything to my custom locations and saves it there. If i refresh, it reverts back to default while still saying "sort by: custom" and I have to click the edit/save button again to get everything in the proper spot.

    Otherwise, very excited about this feature! Thank you!!


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    I'm fairly new to TTRPG's but recently started my first AP and I built my first character who happened to be human because I was loosely basing them off of me in some aspects. Completely original, I know! But I felt that it was a good idea for me to help get my creative spark going. OTOH if I was more confident in my roleplay ability then yeah, leshies sound fun, as do other races. I agree with what Malk_Content said

    Malk Content wrote:

    With new players your job isnt to get them playing in the "right way" its yo get them playing at all.

    If they've got characters that have hooked them in, great! Their first time is meant to be wild and exciting. Focus on giving them the best first experience FROM THIER POINT OF VIEW NOT YOURS.

    Basically I just have a hard time imagining my SO, who is much more creative than me, starting to play and her reading about a certain ancestry (because she likes to read a TON), and then telling her she can't play a certain ancestry even if it was something that made her super excited to play the game. Maybe some of these choices aren't ideal for a GM, but if it can fit into the AP then I say go with it.

    My only argument against it would be if someone was going to be a rollplayer and min/max a certain build with the ancestry just being part of the means to an end. Then yeah huge sigh and more is warranted there. But if it's someone's first character and they're honestly excited to roleplay as a leshy or lizardfolk then sure.


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    I'm still somewhat new to the RPG side of things (having only played a few 1e games and now a few 2e games), but I personally am enjoying the content release rate. Perhaps I don't understand the nuances of balance and FAQ-needed material, but the one thing I really wanted to do was build a hellknight character and I'm in a game where that should be possible so that's pretty cool from my seat.

    I will say that lore wise I was a bit disappointed in the size disparity between the inner sea world guide from pf1 and the lost omens world guide for pf2. I'm not fully familiar with the distinction that might have existed between these, but from my newbie seat seeing a 320 page "world guide" for pf1 and then getting a 136 page "world guide" for pf2 was frankly disappointing. I still find myself referencing the inner sea world guide for things like nidal which were inadequately covered in the lost omen world guide.

    Overall though, that's just me being nitpicky and I like the content being pushed out at the current rate.


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    I think I'm most excited for the champions of evil, and would love to see if champions of neutrality get added in this book as well. Specifically I just don't like the idea of a LG champion hellknight but would have really loved a LN champion option for a hellknight build. Instead of the LG champion I ended up settling with a LN fighter for my hellknight build.

    I'm also really excited some of the archetypes and classes. Interested to see shadowdancer in particular.


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    PonSquared wrote:

    I am, sadly, starting to get the tingles that the game is effectively dead. It has been the greater part of a year without hearing anything about the future of the game past, "We are listening to the fans and thinking about it."

    By now we should have heard something but we have not (Unless I missed something...)

    I'd love to hear them at state, at the very least, that more is coming. No date need be given.

    Well, here's to hoping...

    - A PACG subscriber.

    While we haven't heard of any news or updatse about future sets...Have you seen Vic's commitment to rules/FAQs? He's been doing a stellar job, and I am very confused how someone could consider the game "effectively dead" when we are getting such rapid rules arbitration. I mean just look at Paizo/Loneshark involvement in this recent Rules discussion thread.

    I too look forward to some news/updates, and in the meantime major thanks to Vic and Loneshark for the continued support!

    Venture-Agent, Online—ACG aka redeux

    I can't say if I've ever been at a table where Core Plaza or Rooftops (similar) were used multiple times to pick whatever boon/barrier you wanted. I think the general understanding is that you would get to do that once. Similiarly with 5-4C (which I have no prior experience with) and The Courtesan (which I am unsure how much this has been in play/used in my games, but for sure never exploited) I think the same logic is reasonable: that this would only happen once per initial encounter and not loop.

    How about this:

    5-4C wrote:
    When you encounter a monster from a location deck, roll 1d6 then:

    and

    CotCT The Courtesan, When This Is the Hour wrote: wrote:


    When you would encounter a non-story bane barrier from a location deck, banish it instead, then summon and encounter a Task barrier.

    and

    Core Plaza, At This Location wrote:


    When you would encounter a boon from a location deck, draw a new one of the same type; encounter 1 and banish the other.

    and

    Curse Rooftops, At This location wrote:
    When you would encounter a barrier from a location deck, draw a new one; encounter 1 and banish the other.


    Pathfinder Card Game, Rulebook Subscriber

    this came up recently in one of my games with Tree Fort. We decided to just bury it when the location closed since that seemed to be the closest intention of how the card was to be used (only ever displayed at one location, not mean to go through your deck like Elemental Treaty and get used multiple times).

    But I'm not entirely certain this is covered in the rules exactly as written.


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    Many thanks for your work on this Charon!


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    Have you played WotR before? And if so, do you know what mythic path you'd be choosing? I'd assume Mythic Archmage but if you're picking a different path such as Mythic Trickster then that may change things a bit.

    I would take a good look at Pathfinder Tales deck. It's got a good bit of everything in it. Alternatively you could look at Hell's Vengeance 2 which might not be quite as optimal but would be fairly thematic and does include some GREAT spells like Stunning Barrier and Glamour.

    If you play the WOTR version of Enora then the Tales deck has Aqueous Orb which will be useful for off-turn combats. Ultimate Magic already includes Sphere of Fire so either way you'd have at least one spell available for off-turn combats (I'd consider that a keeper card for WOTR Enora). Ultimate Enora doesn't need to worry about this as much because she has the power feat that lets her attack

    Magus might have some situational good cards. Like Arcana Theft, Dimension Leap, and some of the staves. It also has some really strong allies.

    Those are the ones that come to mind for me, I'm sure some other decks could be good too. Regardless, Ultimate Magic is going to give you a lot of mileage so it will just depend on what you're looking to do with Enora and which version.


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    SnS - Tales and Gunslinger. Tales has a bit of everything, including a pirate naga (Celeste), lots of finesse weapons and spells. Gunslinger because it adds more guns to SnS and fits the theme well.

    Wraith of the Righteous - Hells Vengeance decks, though they do make it a tad easier if using the characters since they introduce characters/mechanics that can ignore corrupted boons. But thematically the decks are spot on and fit right in if you are just using the boons.

    MM - Magus probably would have my vote. Maybe one of the occult decks.

    All that said, I generally am boring and just play with the sets as-is. Ultimately I think a lot of it just depends on what characters you plan to play and what decks would be good at supporting those characters.


    Dotting in because i still get major FOMO over the last game I missed out on (Season 5!)


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    Looking forward to the rest of this blog series. Nice work Shannon!


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    I really like the blog posts of getting inside the developers' brains! The part about the thieves tools resonated with me quite a bit as someone who has played a merisiel that needed to banish theirs!

    Anyway, great read as always!


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    Nothing has been announced yet that I know of. During the Gen Con panel it was said that with the Core set they just took their old model and completely changed it. Rather than have smaller releases through a period of time we got it all at once. So nothing was announced yet, but they didn't say it wouldn't happen either.

    Personally I'm pretty hopeful because the Core set has been a blast and I think there is a ton of potential for the new model (using Core set which effectively lowers the cost of us getting future AP's)


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    I was already sold on this book, but keep piling on the icing!


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    Great post! I'm glad to see Lini now has her Droogami in the Core set (rather than needing a hard to get promo card in older sets). My only regret is that I can't make a Lini deck of all porcupines.

    Venture-Agent, Online—ACG aka redeux

    John Francis wrote:

    Another reason to think supporters must be AP-specific:

    If a character who has earned access to one or more supporters in Year of Rotting Ruin plays in a scenario in Curse of the Crimson Throne there's no guarantee that the game box would even contain those supporters.

    (And, presumably, the same sort of thing will happen once a new Adventure Path is released - you can't depend on the game box containing anything other than the cards called for in the Adventure Path you are playing)

    Not to mention season 6-2 has supporters that are proxied with other supporters from CotC.

    It's fairly clear to me that this is nothing but a rules gap and there is 0% intention that supporters were intended to be used cross-AP's.

    Venture-Agent, Online—ACG aka redeux

    IMO:

    1. This is similar to traders in season 3/4, which were particularly complicated if a player joined mid-campaign. I used a pre-generated character for season 3 and never got access to Ghoul market. This was in particular an issue at the time because Ultimate Decks were not a thing and the Ghoul Market was the best way to get a "reveal to reduce all damage by X" armor. I don't particularly understand barring access to Traders or supporters if part of the group has it unlocked.

    2. I understand that supporter feats could be an issue since a group could all pick different supporter feats and then it could be abused. For just the supporters with no feats though, I don't see much issue with allowing anyone to use those if at least one other person has rallied the supporter. Though I guess there might be an issue if you do something that unrallies a supporter, but then the rest of the party still has that supporter rallied and you wouldn't actually lose access to that supporter. Apart from that though, are there any major issues?


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    Love the art and excited to read more on the Hellknights

    Blog wrote:
    If and when we get a chance to look at the Hellknights again (maybe in a book focused on Old Cheliax? Who knows! Let us know if you want that!) we will get a chance to expand further on the orders and provide new options.

    Yes please to Old Cheliax book!

    Venture-Agent, Online—ACG aka redeux

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    I think there should be a rule that rallied supporters are AP specific and cannot be rallied into a different AP. Much like Loot has "When setting up any scenario in that adventure path," verbiage.

    Say you are playing Sanctioned Curse, you cannot then use those ralliied Curse supporters while playing scenarios from season 6. Only supporters rallied during season 6 would be eligible to use during season 6 and same would need to apply to Curse.

    This was initially brought up by Yewstance here


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    That wasn't a beating. That was murder.


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    Interesting to get some background info on these scenarios!

    Speaking of Background info. Keith, do you want to share with everyone the time you made me feel like a villain during Haunted Fortunes? Actually, I will.

    I remember just like it were yesterday. Keith was playing Quinn and scouted a Blast Stone noting that it was "no doubt left by Lamm's insane alchemist Yargin Balko." Varian (Me) then acquired the Blast Stone and afterwards encountered Lamm's Lamb. Some background info would've been nice before I quickly deployed the Blast Stone on what I thought was just a skirmish barrier that needed to be squelched with fire. Poor kiddos. I was no better than Yargin Balko or Gaedren Lamm that day.


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    Since the old threads aren't stickied anymore, I created a list of the progress threads for older base sets in case anyone still wants to chronicle their adventures

    Venture-Agent, Online—ACG aka redeux

    Correct. The Organized Play rules basically aim to make it so that the games can be hosted in a public venue and anyone can come join and be able to play without taking cards from the box. Making players use class decks is how that happens in OP. But if you're playing a home game then there's no reason you can't just use the normal rules without class decks and just give yourself a hero point for each scenario.

    Good luck!

    Venture-Agent, Online—ACG aka redeux

    Hi there, these absolutely can be played with home games. They act similar to the Core/Curse storybooks. Each adventure gives you story text, and then you get story text before/after each scenario.

    The only real difference with the scenario themselves is that they generally are harder than what you see in the base set story books. Not terribly more difficult, but just a bit. Also rewards don't specifically give you any hero points, but the Organized Play (OP) rules give you a hero point for winning each scenario, so for home games not using the OP rules then just keep that in mind and you'll be able to earn those hero points and spend them for feats or save them for rerolls/reviving.

    Currently there is only the "We Be Heroes", 5B (Fangwood Thieves) and 6-1 (City of Sails and Shrouds) that use the Core/Curse products. You can expect season 6 to continue to have more scenarios. No strict timeline has been announced but if i were to give my best guess based on prior adventures then I'd say you generally can expect these to come out every 2 months.

    I don't think there is any homebrew content for Core/Curse yet, but I expect there to be some eventually. The community has put together some great full-length seasons for the older sets so I'm excited to see what they cook up for Core/Curse as well! If you get through all the published content then there is always the ability to replay the scenarios using different characters and/or difficulties.

    Hope that helps and let us know if you have any extra questions!


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    So I have Broken Token inserts for all my other sets mainly because the boxes wouldn't fit my cards sleeved. One nice thing about those broken token inserts was that they were pretty adjustable.

    But with the new Core box...I love it. It by default fits my sleeved cards, it's super adjustable, and they gave me dividers to make it easy to find cards. I personally feel no need to spend another $24-60 on an insert like I have for my sets/games.

    My one complaint is that I don't feel I can fit my Curse cards back into the Curse box sleeved. This isn't so much a big deal currently, but in the future if there are other sets then I don't really plan to have Core+Curse+New set in my vault at the same time, and would like to have a place to keep them other than a BCW box

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