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Welcome to the Dungeon storage inlay 28 July 2016

Welcome to the Dungeon is an enjoyable short game that's hard to store effectively. I decided to improve this.

There are four stacks of tiles, and they're never mixed together in play, but they tend to get jumbled in the box. So I measured box and tiles, and came up with a divider to replace the light card inlay that comes with the game.

It has to keep the stacks separate, while making it easy to lift them out. So it has a finger-hole between each pair of stacks, and an open saltire "floor" to each stack so that there's a little space underneath the tiles as they're being lifted – while keeping the structure strong enough to support all the tiles if it's lifted out of the box.

It fits neatly into the box, and the larger cards can go in on top of the whole assembly. The shorter centre line could be raised to keep the two stacks of large cards apart, but I find they don't tend to get confused anyway, and this way there's room for any additional material that the owner may want to put in the box.

And yes, I will sell you one if you like. (For £2.81. Less than a pint of beer.)

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