I couldn’t find my box of sabots. Chris had turned up with his Picts based for DBx but I use Big Bases so I needed my big base sabots. Where were they? Or that Russian Church I know I have? Or the Goumier? Every time the guys turn up I found I’ve lost something. In one of hundreds of boxes that all look very similar. The answer: labels using my DYMO LabelManager Wireless Label Printer.
Various ways to storage wargaming figures, terrain and bits n bobs.
Terrain Box for Big Base DBA 3.0
For my small DBA I have a box with everything I need for a game, including all the terrain (but excluding figures). Now I want the equivalent for Big Base DBA. I figured I should sort out the box for DBA 3.0 rather than 2.2 so I’ve had a look at what I need.
Using a Figures in Comfort Case for Storing 15mm Tanks
One winter’s evening in London I was loading my car with Crossfire kit to take to a club game. It was getting dark and just starting to rain. That was, of course, just the moment I dropped my box of 15mm tanks on the pavement. Over the next 30 minutes I was on hands and knees in the rain and dark trying to find the precious panzers. Luckily I managed to recover all of the vehicles but some received irreparable damage.
I never want to repeat that experience so, at the next show I went to, I picked up a case from Figures in Comfort.
Crossfire Box – How to store all those bits n bobs
I’ve got a lot of Crossfire kit: figures, terrain, and bits n bobs. It is the bits n bobs that have gone into my “Crossfire Box”. The box is a 9 litre Very Useful Box with two 9 litre sorting tray (7 compartments each). Basically markers and dice.
Storage Systems for Wargaming Figures
I’ve quite a lot of wargaming kit and need to store it in something. And given I’ve moved around a bit in my life I also need a system that keeps me (slightly) portable.