Ultra PRO Announces Accessories for the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game


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An alternate insert that was available for purchase would be just as nifty. I can't describe how quickly I would throw 10 bucks at Paizo for 3 cents worth of plastic molded to fit a sleeved game as an official aftermarket product.

Grand Lodge

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You saw the one that Hawkmoon linked from The Broken Token?

I went the cheap route with the two-row shoebox trading card boxes (with covers). (One of those can hold a base set, add-on deck, 6 adventure decks and promos ... all sleeved. I keep my character cards separate in a binder.) I have one box for RotR and one for S&S. I ended up printing some stickers up with the logos to distinguish the boxes (plus I like the S&S logo!). Plus the shoe-box approach fits better in my plastic bins that hold my cards, mats, organizers with character sheets, dice, extra sleeves, etc. Better than the original boxes. And they make vinyl dividers that work great to separate the card types. Just a sharpie to write up top. Of course I did all this to be more transportable.

I'm waiting on the new Ultra-Pro large playmat which I have a feeling won't fit in the bin.

But if you are carrying around your cards a lot and don't want to bang up the original box, the two-row shoebox works pretty good if you've sleeved your cards. (Also, my S&S box was signed by Mike so I wanted it to be in good condition.) Otherwise, that divider that Broken Token sells is a good way to fit everything into the original box ... with sleeved cards.


Is it just me, or are the official boxes (although they look amazing - great art!) unwieldy and hard to open? The glossy bottom also makes very odd noises when it is opened . . .

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DarthBuckets wrote:
Is it just me, or are the official boxes (although they look amazing - great art!) unwieldy and hard to open? The glossy bottom also makes very odd noises when it is opened . . .

It's part of the charm as the box "farts" as you open it ...


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We put a small hole in the RoRL box to get it to open smoothly. S&S seems a little better in that regard, no unnecessary punctures yet.

For the APs, we only had top loaders throughout RoRL. Our first S&S is a sideload, which I assume they all are now, and it's already a little bit of a pain to store cards in there when swapping between parties. :D

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Theryon Stormrune wrote:

You saw the one that Hawkmoon linked from The Broken Token?

Yeah I have one of those. Even cooler from the same vendor are the inserts that fit the artist cases, but I don't know of a vendor other than Hobby Lobby that sells the wood cases they fit in.

I mainly want to support the concept of not needing to go to a third party to store my game in the actual game box, even though the wood models are mighty fine.

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DarthBuckets wrote:
Is it just me, or are the official boxes (although they look amazing - great art!) unwieldy and hard to open? The glossy bottom also makes very odd noises when it is opened . . .

pull out slightly on the sides as you pull up, breaks the suction lock.


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I've equipped mine with a whoopie cushion on the inside so it makes the fart noise when putting the lid on as well as taking it off. It's all about symmetry.


Are the Ultra-Pro Deck Protector Art Sleeves shipping yet? I don't see anything about this product on the monthly shipping thread. My local store was unaware of the cards sleeves until I told them about it.

The art sleeves seem like a good way to solve the mis-matched card backs problems from the two different printings of Rise of the Runelords (and any Drive-Thru RPG replacements cards). I'm getting a little tired of waiting to play the game though, and I'd switch to my usual brand of clear sleeves if it's going to take another month or two for these to come out.

Grand Lodge

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They've been available here in the Paizo store since GenCon also was able to pick up large quantities at Miniature Market. (I just got mine and resleeved my RotR set. Already did my S&S set.)

Did you do any searches?


I've been trying to buy as much as I can from my local retailer, since they host game nights. They're located in the same city as Paizo's headquarters.

Thank you for posting. It tells me I can expect sleeves sometime soon.


I've had sleeves on order since before gen con, I was told they do not know when their next order is coming in.


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I know some people got them. I've seen them mention them. But I think there was particularly a problem with getting the display case. So if that is what you have on preorder, it might want to instead switch to individual packs. I don't think the case saves all that much anyway.


My order was just the individual packs had to have it moved to a side cart by customer service because it was holding up my play mat order.


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Ah. Ok. I just wanted to make sure that wasn't the problem. Hope you get them soon.


It's no biggy, I just have everything in penny sleeves until they get in.

Grand Lodge

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You should be able to find them in mass quantities online.

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I'm not sure If I'm alone in this -- but I think a case that held multiple APs would be pretty nifty, but I guess that may require an impossible amount of foresight.


Vic Wertz wrote:
I haven't seen one myself, so I don't know for sure. I *think* they'll be out at Gen Con.

Reference the Adventure Cases in the original announcement back in April 24th, 2014.

Adventure Case: A sturdy storage case capable of holding over 1,200 sleeved cards, including an entire PACG Base Set plus all expansion decks for that set plus dividers (MSRP tbd)

Any additional information on this or expected date of appearance?


Did you guys already discuss this:

Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Dual Deck Box

It is basically this one with Pathfinder art on top:

PRO Dual Standard Red Deck Box

I was looking forward to this product but now I am wondering: Are you supposed to put 1 CD in such a box with a lot of spare room? Are you supposed to fit 2 in there without sleeves?

I am mostly wondering why they did not use this one and added the Pathfinder artwork:

PRO 100+ Red Deck Box


Your choice seems logical to me too.

My guess is they chose the larger one so that you would be able to carry a set of dice as well.


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Michael Klaus wrote:
I was looking forward to this product but now I am wondering: Are you supposed to put 1 CD in such a box with a lot of spare room? Are you supposed to fit 2 in there without sleeves?

I'll probably never get one of these, but the way I would use it if I did have it is to hold two decks, mostly without sleeves. When you play will class decks in organized play (assuming that's why you would use them for in this case), you only need to sleeve the cards you are using and have some extra sleeves to put acquired cards in to as you play. Sleeving the entire class deck is pretty much a waste. So yeah, I would just sleeve the active cards in my character decks and hopefully have enough room left over for 20 or so additional sleeves, or I'd just keep extra sleeves in a separate basic deck box.


elcoderdude wrote:

Your choice seems logical to me too.

My guess is they chose the larger one so that you would be able to carry a set of dice as well.

Well then their satin tower with the actual dice compartment should be the better choice.

I guess pluvia, you're right about sleeving. Someone will have to test the box (or simply one of the versions) for it's practicability.


I have one of the satin towers (a red one) and it's pretty slick, though a bit of overkill. It holds an entire class deck in sleeves, and along with the folder I use for character and chronicle sheets it's easy to leave in the gaming bag. You could fold your sheets and cram them in the box if you really wanted, though you might need to leave something out to make room, especially if you double sleeve.

Be careful when opening the dice compartment; it's easy to scatter some of your dice.

The folks I play the ACG with already sleeved their entire set, so I did mine similarly and don't have to worry about mixing in their cards with mine during the game. (They are slightly different, but not enough to notice.)


Michael Klaus wrote:

Did you guys already discuss this:

Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Dual Deck Box

It is basically this one with Pathfinder art on top:

PRO Dual Standard Red Deck Box

I was looking forward to this product but now I am wondering: Are you supposed to put 1 CD in such a box with a lot of spare room? Are you supposed to fit 2 in there without sleeves?

I am mostly wondering why they did not use this one and added the Pathfinder artwork:

PRO 100+ Red Deck Box

I'm currently using the pro 100+ deck box. It fits my sleeved 16 card deck, the rest of the class deck unsleeved, the remainder of a 50 pack of PACG sleeves and also I fold up my tracking sheets and slide them in. I also carry a small back o'dice on the side.

I just picked up the PACG duel deck box with the intention of sleeveing the entire class deck and storing it in one side and putting my Extra sleves, sheets, Dice, and iconic mini in the other side.

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