Pathfinder Map Pack Storage Box

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Build the Perfect Adventure!

Be prepared for every adventure by collecting your Pathfinder Map Pack tiles in one convenient spot. Whether you're building the ultimate city, labyrinthine caverns, or an entire dungeon, have all the pieces at your fingertips with this perfect companion to the Pathfinder Map Pack series!

Maps for Every Campaign!

Make sure your campaign follows wherever your imagination takes it with the complete line of Pathfinder Map Packs. From bustling cities to deadly dungeons, Pathfinder Map Packs let you skip the mapping and get back to the most important part of the game: your adventures!

Holds 18 Map Pack Tiles—that's all of the tiles from a single Map Pack product.

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-546-4

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Pricey, but Good for Collectors

4/5

The Map Pack Storage Box is one of those products that will seem ridiculous to a lot of people, but, for collectors like me, they're great! The reason for the product's existence is that many of the earlier Pathfinder Map Packs just came shrink-wrapped--which is fine when front-facing on a store's display racks, but problematic once opened: how do you keep them together and how do you display them so you know what you have at a glance at your shelves? The Map Pack Storage Boxes are solutions for this problem and are similar to the cardboard boxes used in later Map Packs. Basically, each box is *just* big enough to hold the 18 tiles in a standard map pack. There's attractive artwork on the front and room on both the front and "spine" to write the name of the map pack for easy sorting. I've purchased several to help display my collection of older map packs, and I think they work well. I have noted some discussion on the Paizo forums that not every map pack fits nicely into the box; I haven't had any problems, but it's worth flagging just in case. So, from one perspective spending $ 2.99 for a single empty cardboard box barely bigger than a slim paperback novel is silly; but from the collector's perspective, it's a small price to pay!


Boxes now all match

4/5

I bought a stack of these for all my old map packs that didn't previously had boxes for it. I keep then in a drawer where I can read them all from the titles on their spine.

Good: Almost all of them fit perfectly, I had about one or two that was tight fit but I also kept the original front and back pieces with them as well. I can write what they are not only on the front but the spines as well and can identify them exactly as they were the newer boxes pre-printed. They were easily to assemble once I opened them and used the map packs inside of them to fold down the top and bottom. Once you got used to how to open the box there was not any

Mediocre: Some didn't want to fit well, and the flaps didn't always want to stay closed. I'm hoping this is a case of the more I have them closed up with pressure sitting in a stack there will not be any issue. I'm not calling the fit a con - because about 75%+ fit well or a little loose but some of the older packs were tight with all the pieces involved.


Perfect for shelf storage and convention travel

5/5

I used to use a piece of paper and a rubber band to keep the older map packs in their groups. I saw these at GenCon last year and bought a couple. While they are a little bit difficult to open, I tore a few of the first ones, but I found that if you start on just one of the longer side, it was fine.

I have one for ever map pack I own, which at this point is almost all of them, and the ability to just glance at the side and find the pack I need is well worth the little bit of tape and the $3.

I keep one that is just for the tiles that I need when going to a convention. It's easier to pack, and I can put other items that are that size in there too.


Good storage solution.

3/5

I was a little sceptical of the need for these at first, I own quite a few now and overall think they are a good storage solution for the tiles. Only issues I can see is the folding and fit. They can be a pain to unfold for use, but time and care get around that issue. Some sets fit a little snuggly - especially if you try to squeeze in the front and back "cover" tiles.


US Postal Flat Rate Box

1/5

I feel this is an frivolous product. I have been using US postal service, small flat rate box, for years now. They are large enough to hold three map packs with ease; and a fourth on a snug fit.


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Grand Lodge

DeathQuaker wrote:
Nice. Now hopefully you'll do one for multiple packs. I've had trouble finding a case of the right size.

I use these to hold all my map packs. You can see how well they work here. I have yet to test Paizo's storage boxes in them but imagine they would help keep the individual packs separate. Right now I have to alternate stacks.


Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Maps, Pawns, Rulebook, Starfinder Maps Subscriber
Vic Wertz wrote:
But you are correct that we released 42 Map Packs before we added the box.

Good to know that I do indeed have a complete collection and that my database is accurate.

*sigh* The urge to order 42 of these is very strong.


I just ordered three of these. They look awesome and they're a welcome edition to my collection. There is only one problem:

I can't figure out how to fold them without creasing or tearing them. Does anyone have any tips? I'd hate to tear one and have to order another one.

Scarab Sages

Fold top and bottom first, once in every direction along the line, then the top and bottom fold lines.
Pus gently against the sides, then slide your fingers int the box. Gently fold one side first while your fingers prevent the other side from tearing or creasing (in a passive way). I had 46 boxes (all map packs, a collection of Dungeon Map tiles, complete encounters), none of them tore, only two have slight creases at the top.


Thanks for the advice. I've managed to fold them without too much wear and tear. There is one problem, though. The two openings aren't a perfect fit, so several smaller tiles (like the Vehicles) can slide out easily. Is this a flaw with the product, or am I just unsuccessful in folding these things the way they're supposed to be folded? I can't get the front and back to completely straighten out either: they maintain an arch-like shape.


Why they don't put detailed pictures of items...I hate this...

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