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  1. Since I'm about to start painting, modifying, and otherwise customizing my copy of Puppet Wars: Unstitched, I figured I'd start a "master thread" and keep my nonsense contained . To start things off, here's a foam insert I put together (or rather, pulled apart) last night: It's a 2" Game Plus+ pluck foam tray, measuring 7.5" x 13". It fits the box nearly perfectly, and by using some of the blocks of foam I plucked out I was able to make more protected spaces for extra miniatures (see the top side of the box in the photo). As it is, the box holds all 44 Unstitched miniatures, as well as the metal "multiplayer" expansion. When the 3 metal Pawn Booster packs arrive I'll have to figure out more storage space, but for now this is pretty good. The only drawback is that 2" is a bit too tall for the unstitched box, and the lid does not close all the way. I can live with that, though, especially if it means not worrying about the taller puppets (like Pokey Vik and the Cherubs) getting damaged. Anyway, not bad for an $8 foam tray! --PA
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