I have thousands of magnetized figures. I use metal brownie trays with plastic tops to transport and store them.I have began to convert my favorite board game tiles onto one foot by one foot 3D tiles. I use DF when possible.I have a tip for those of you who want to use the new magnetic trays.LadySabelle wrote: ↑Fri Sep 15, 2017 10:56 pmAnother reason is the cost of the trays. It's easy to fixate on getting enough trays to put everything on one. That adds up quickly and can mean that you have to drop something else in exchange. I fell into that trap myself until I started to think about how slow my players are sometimes. There's no way we'd get through an entire DoD in one session. So I'm getting full magnets on 1 painted DoD with only a few extra water trays.
This plastic box will hold a 1' by 1' and still close with a 2" tall tile on top.This would be ideal for those of you who want to reveal one section at a time. The paper craft box is available at Michael's. The regular price is $9.99 but if you wait for the sales and use coupons they are way less. I usually pay $3 for mine.I would suggest a box for every tray you buy. The Bog of eternal stench fits in a plastic box from Dollar Tree.