I know there are 'official' carry cases, but I'm pretty happy using a plastic toolbox thing I got from the hardware store.
Are the offical ones actual worthwhile or just a waste of money?
asked May 29th 2012 by Tatenbake
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Waste of money I'd say.... smack an apple label on anything and it suddenly raises the price, even if it's not as good quality.
Same goes for the carry cases I'd say!
answered May 29th 2012 at 18:11 by StarkTony
I just used a plastic toolbox. I carried my paints in them.
I have never actually played the game, despite owning hundreds of figures. As a result, I have never transported the figures very far.
What I can say is this: My friend, who was both an amazing painter and a fanatical player, had the most amazing carry case I had ever seen. This was a few years ago and I don't know if it was "Official" but it was foam lined and perfectly suited to holding the figures.
I think if I was in search of a carry case, I wouldn't obsess over the "offical" status, I would look more at the function - regardless of brand.
I hope that helped! :D
answered May 31st 2012 at 13:52 by matt
If your playing Warhammer fantasy a metal tool boz is the way to go. If you attach magnets to the bottom of each figuire base and have your movement trays made out of sheet metal (or attach a magnet to the bottom) you can have a fully magnetized army that you can put in and take out of the carry box all ranked up and ready for battle. Saves a lot of setup time. If you playing another system then a foam padded box is the way to go. My suggestion would be to search the net as there are a lot of websites that specilize in making wargaming carry cases and these are almost always better and cheaper then the GW brand ones.
answered Aug 11th 2012 at 23:57 by Bogasso
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