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Box for Pocket Dungeon

by Jinja, published

Box for Pocket Dungeon by Jinja Nov 18, 2012

Description

Some boxes that can contain the game Pocket Dungeon

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I think the felt bag is actually the best for when you're just carrying it around in your pocket. It's super light and it can deform into the shape of your pocket.
The advantage of the box is it protects the pieces against crush damage. Also, it can hold pieces that are not in play and even serve as a dice catch if a player is too far away from  the table.
I've ordered some cloth drawstring bags, but I wanted to start carrying this around now so I designed the box.
Man, that's awesome!! Certainly beats the little felt bag I put mine in ;-) Nice work!!

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Instructions

Print a small box for the game tiles, and a big box for the remaining game pieces.

I suspect that the remaining game pieces could also fit into 2 small boxes instead of a single large one if that's what you'd prefer. I haven't tested that, but the small box is exactly half the volume of the large box.

Man, that's awesome!! Certainly beats the little felt bag I put mine in ;-) Nice work!!
I think the felt bag is actually the best for when you're just carrying it around in your pocket. It's super light and it can deform into the shape of your pocket.
The advantage of the box is it protects the pieces against crush damage. Also, it can hold pieces that are not in play and even serve as a dice catch if a player is too far away from  the table.
I've ordered some cloth drawstring bags, but I wanted to start carrying this around now so I designed the box.
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