TFG Storage Ideas

Discussion in 'Trading Figure Game' started by Heatherdu, Aug 7, 2007.

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  1. Heatherdu

    Heatherdu New Member

    OK, so we have some of the TFG and have definite plans for more. And being a mom I need a way to keep them organized and off of the floor. Our current solution is that I bought each of my boys an arts and crafts storage box from a craft store. It is basically a tackle box. Son #1 has decorated his with Pokemon stickers and son #2 has left his undecorated. The bottom seems tall enough to hold figures standing on their bases. The removable inner tray can hold shorter figs as well as Trainer Cards. Hopefully, these will travel to and from league, etc. What are you doing for storage?

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  2. Mew*

    Mew* Active Member

    I think I'll make some type of stackable wooden trays with indentations so the bases fit nicely in them. I don't want to just chuck them into a bucket and get all scratched. I don't plan on buying too many though, so maybe I just individually put them in plastic bags and throw them into my bag that I take to my league.
  3. Burninating_Torchic

    Burninating_Torchic New Member

    I think a standard Ultra-Pro can store at least a teamsworth of figures.

    Although, I think they said they're planning on making them more durable than the original EU release, in which case a plastic bag'll prolly work just fine.
  4. bullados

    bullados <a href="

    Store them similar to other figure games. Tackleboxes work nicely for those...
  5. JohnnyBlaze

    JohnnyBlaze New Member

    I dont have any TFG figures yet but will definately get the whole set when they come out. I loved the game and look to them that I played at Origins. We used to play Heroclix and stored our Clix in the plastic Hot Wheel Car cases. I wonder if the Pokemon TFG's will fit in them?
  6. secretsof2113

    secretsof2113 Moderator Trader Feedback Mod

    Mine are displayed on my desk right now, since I only have two, but I'm looking into a tacklebox for the US release.
  7. Adam Garcia

    Adam Garcia New Member

    they have a hero clix box
  8. mtjimmer

    mtjimmer Master Trainer, Emeritus

    I've used tackle boxes, stackable storage boxes, as well as some of the Pokemon TCG tins...
  9. Magic_Umbreon

    Magic_Umbreon Researching Tower Scientist, Retired

    I love the cat Heatherdu
  10. graznador

    graznador New Member

    The TFG figures are a lot bigger than Heroclix, so those boxes probably won't work.
  11. Heatherdu

    Heatherdu New Member

    Thank you!
  12. Benlugia

    Benlugia Gallery Contributor

    i COMPLETELY forgot i have tcg tins.
    thanks! :D
  13. DukeFireBird

    DukeFireBird Gallery Administrator<br>Forum Moderator

    ill get my Warhammer army transport modules for these!!!
  14. NoPoke

    NoPoke Active Member

    open the blisters carefully and you have a vacuum formed protective housing designed for the task of safely transporting the figures.

    [Opening the EU blisters carefully is an oxymoron. But we can try LOL]
  15. Lawman

    Lawman Active Member

    Having bought a few, I know what you mean. I took my pocket knife out and carved my way around the back edge.

  16. darkmagick15

    darkmagick15 New Member

    There Cans so You can cut the lid of carefully but not fully and the you can pen and clos them quite easly.
    Why is it an oxymoron then there designed to store he figures you know!
  17. Gunner c-h

    Gunner c-h New Member

    ultra-pro has a case 4, i guess RPG figures that can prolly fit a really good amount...
  18. sneaselsrevenge

    sneaselsrevenge New Member

  19. SD PokeMom

    SD PokeMom Mod Supervisor Staff Member

    i used scissors when opening my euro boosters, cutting the 'seam' along the bottom and one side completely off, then cutting the top of the back panel to turn the back panel into a 'door'. it'll work until i get more figs and have to think of something else...probably a tackle or card box of somesort.

  20. Hagrid23

    Hagrid23 New Member

    I've looked at this case and it won't work for the TFG. The TFG figures are much bigger than the Warhammer figures. The Warhammer case comes with 1" deep foams trays. For the TFG you need at least a 2" tray (2.5" with bases attached).

    I bought one of the Army Transport Platoon cases to try out along with 2-2.5" and 1-2" tray. I was able to safely and securely transport ~40 figures to Worlds and back (Too bad we didn't actually get to break them out).

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