I love Paizo's™ pawns, and I own every set that's come out so far. But I've been struggling with a way to store them that makes it really easy to find the pawns I want just a few minutes before game time.
I've designed this tray to fit inside the Bestiary Box™. Each slot in this tray is filled with pawns. I plan to use card stock to divide the pawns into categories (i.e. Goblinoid, Hobgoblin; Human, Fighter; Elf, Wizard). Heck, with the NPC box that just arrived, I may even subdivide by gender, since I'll have so many humans/halflings/elves/dwarves.
Note that you'll have to store the Bestiary Box™ flat... no component of ths tray holds the pawns "down."
- 3/16" Foamcore (One Sheet)
- Glue/Adhesive (Small Amount)
- Tacks/Brads (50+)
- Hobby/Utility Knife
Pieces to Cut
|1||Base||8 1/8"||10 11/16"|
|2||Exterior: Long Sides||2"||10 11/16"|
|2||Exterior: Short Sides||2"||8 1/2"|
|1||Interior: Long Divider||1 13/16"||8 1/2"|
|2||Interior: Medium Dividers||1 13/16"||8 1/8"|
|3||Interior: Short Dividers||1 13/16"||5 5/16"|
|1||Interior: Shortest Divider||1 13/16"||5 1/4"|
Note: "Thickness" omitted from table above since all pieces of foamcore should be 3/16" thick.
- Cut out the pieces.
- Glue/tack the long sides to the base.
- Glue/tack the short sides to the base and long sides.
- Glue/tack the long divider in place.
- Glue/tack the medium dividers in place.
- Glue/tack the short divider in place.
- Glue/tack the shortest dividers in place.