Storage of Dwarvenite

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Re:Storage of Dwarvenite

Post by kitenerd » Mon Nov 04, 2013 1:48 am

I am just using sterlite tubs for my walls floors and corners (plus one tube for my curved, diagonal and window walls and one for my COS). For all my little bits i found a set of three fishing tackle/ hardware cases that are really ideal.

They are Plano model 3750 and i picked up a 3 stack at Big Lots for under $10. The two horizontal partitions are fixed, but you can divide up the sections as you see fit by adding or removing inserts. There is a little handle on the front between the clips. Very portable and once you open them up easy to get to exactly what you need.

One for doors:

One for stairs:

One for furniture (some non DF stuff there as well):

Super easy way to keep all the special parts neat and protected.
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Re:Storage of Dwarvenite

Post by maximillian » Mon Nov 04, 2013 12:24 am

Nice solution!

Mine are just stacked in a large plastic storage tub, the kind with a clip on lid and little wheels so it can slide under the bed.

The smaller elements are kept in plastic zip-lock bags.

I went this way as I will often be using DF at other locations and this way the storage is also easy to transport as well.

My better half noted that the tub is only half full and hence has already guessed my intentions for the next kickstarter.

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Storage of Dwarvenite

Post by Serro » Sun Nov 03, 2013 10:12 pm

Hi everyone,

I'm absolutely loving these tiles!. I wanted to share my storage solution for the Dwarvenite tiles. I bought this set of 10 drawers and ended up adding foam to the bottom of each of the drawers for added protection. I also used some dividers to keep the smaller pieces separate. This weekend is our D&D Next game, I'll update this post with how well this setup works during a game time.

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