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This project is going to need all kinds of storage.

First of all, Deluxe Ogre doesn't even come in a proper box - it's a sleeve of cardboard around three videotape-type plastic boxes (containing miniatures), with a rulebook, poster-type map, and other bits of paper tucked in. If it doesn't find a proper home, it's going to scatter and get lost...

Then there are the miniatures. I need a place to "dump" them (in some organized fashion) before painting, then a "home" storage solution (some place to tuck them away in my gaming room), and finally, a "travel" storage scheme (for when my armies take a trip to a friend's house or a convention).

And, since I'm making my own terrain boards, I'll need a place to store them as well. If I get really ambitious, I may even create some game aids, and they'll need storage, too...



Creating a storage cabinet to store the Ogre minis in my gaming room (Workbench article).