The finished product!

So last night I posted about the box insert I picked up from for my Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Skull and Shackles box.  I let the insert sit in the box overnight just to make sure that the corners that I glued were good and cured and this is the finished product.

I have to say.  I am very pleased with this insert.  It looks outstanding and you don't have to worry about keeping the box flat as the cards will NOT move from their sections.  I tipped the box upside down and actually shook it a little and there was not one card out of place.  I was able to use the extra space on the side to hold a couple of the adventure decks that we haven't opened up for organized play yet which is very handy.  There are plenty of extra dividers included, so if you don't have the full set opened to fill up its section, you can put the dividers in there to keep the cards in place and then more or remove them as you add additional cards.  I will definitely be picking up a second one of these inserts for my Rise of the Runelords box as this insert does such a great job and looks so good.

My first box insert

So tonight I had to skip Dice Masters as I had some stuff to do around the house.  I was able to get in some time in my office and put together my first purchased box insert for a game.  I have both sets of the Pathfinder Adventure Card game and I transport the Skull and Shackles box quite a bit for Organize Play.  The last time I was moving it in my car I tipped it sideways a little bit and cards ended up on top of each other.  I started searching for inserts and found a really nice one at  This insert is very nice and was pretty easy to put together. It took me a few extra minutes as I did glue the main pieces together with some wood glue to it was nice and sturdy in the box.  Here is the finished, still drying, product.

I have to say, this makes the box look incredibly professional.  I also think that with the side being so high, that I don't have to worry about tipping this box just a little bit and ending up having card go everywhere.  Once I get the box fully populated tomorrow night, I will do some tests and report back with how everything goes.

What I'm Playing Now - Episode 56

I have episode 56 of the podcast here and I apologize for the audio, as it appears my mic was acting up half way through the episode.  I played some really good games this past week and attempted and then successfully played the heaviest game I think I have ever tried in Kanban.  Check out the episode and keep an eye on my write up of what some of my thoughts on Kanban are and some tips on the game.  Enjoy the episode.

What I'm Playing Now - Episode 55 (audio only)

Hey everyone, I just recorded and posted episode 55 of the podcast, the first one for 2015.  Wow, another year over and so many games to play.  I was able to play a few good games this week, but the one I think I spent the most time playing was 7 days to die.  I'm really enjoying this zombie survival game and can't wait to start playing some co-op with this.  I ran a couple of really good scenarios for the organized play of the Pathfinder Adventure Card game and even though we ran out of time on both occasions, I think everyone still had a good time.  We'll continue to work on our team work and we will beat the villains!  I played a few other games and of course I ended the episode where I talked about a few things I'm looking forward to.  Enjoy the episode!!!