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Token Wallet 2 weeks 23 hours ago #1

At Origins this year, I noticed a few players had the "wallets" that they had their tokens in. The wallet was roughly 1x4 tokens, I do not remember the material it was made out of. I have seen some leather options online, but most do not come with the actual plastic holders inside. My googlefoo is failing me.
Can anyone point me in the right direction to find something like I described?
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Token Wallet 2 weeks 23 hours ago #2

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Most folks use the Whitman coin wallets (some folks put leather covers over them)

www.whitman.com/store/Inventory/Detail/Coin-Wallet-24-Pocket-Bulk+8ANC1317

Some folks also use Dansco silver dollar binders for larger builds

www.danscoalbumstore.com/american-eagle-silver-dollars-19862021-dansco-album-7181-p-2055.html

Then there are custom options of course like Binia's Token sashes and the like
(Trents & Kirks stores have a good selection)
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Token Wallet 2 weeks 23 hours ago #3

That's them, thank you!
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Token Wallet 2 weeks 23 hours ago #4

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Picc wrote:
Most folks use the Whitman coin wallets (some folks put leather covers over them)

www.whitman.com/store/Inventory/Detail/Coin-Wallet-24-Pocket-Bulk+8ANC1317

Some folks also use Dansco silver dollar binders for larger builds

www.danscoalbumstore.com/american-eagle-silver-dollars-19862021-dansco-album-7181-p-2055.html

Then there are custom options of course like Binia's Token sashes and the like
(Trents & Kirks stores have a good selection)

I actually prefer the 12 Pocket Coin Wallets. I don't carry that many tokens into the dungeon for most of my builds so 12 is plenty. There are a few classes which are using the 24 (wizards and bards), but 5 or 6 tokens into the dungeon is what most of my builds need. I have a separate storage system for storing tokens that only modify stats.
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Token Wallet 2 weeks 22 hours ago #5

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jedibcg wrote:
Picc wrote:
Most folks use the Whitman coin wallets (some folks put leather covers over them)

www.whitman.com/store/Inventory/Detail/Coin-Wallet-24-Pocket-Bulk+8ANC1317

Some folks also use Dansco silver dollar binders for larger builds

www.danscoalbumstore.com/american-eagle-silver-dollars-19862021-dansco-album-7181-p-2055.html

Then there are custom options of course like Binia's Token sashes and the like
(Trents & Kirks stores have a good selection)

I actually prefer the 12 Pocket Coin Wallets. I don't carry that many tokens into the dungeon for most of my builds so 12 is plenty. There are a few classes which are using the 24 (wizards and bards), but 5 or 6 tokens into the dungeon is what most of my builds need. I have a separate storage system for storing tokens that only modify stats.

jedibcg - do you bring consumables with you? This is my first year attending TD with more gear, so I'm not sure how I should organize my tokens in the dungeon. I want to make sure I get in nobody's way, but also that I'm not digging or fiddling for tokens.
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Token Wallet 2 weeks 22 hours ago #6

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Arnold Duong wrote:
jedibcg wrote:
Picc wrote:
Most folks use the Whitman coin wallets (some folks put leather covers over them)

www.whitman.com/store/Inventory/Detail/Coin-Wallet-24-Pocket-Bulk+8ANC1317

Some folks also use Dansco silver dollar binders for larger builds

www.danscoalbumstore.com/american-eagle-silver-dollars-19862021-dansco-album-7181-p-2055.html

Then there are custom options of course like Binia's Token sashes and the like
(Trents & Kirks stores have a good selection)

I actually prefer the 12 Pocket Coin Wallets. I don't carry that many tokens into the dungeon for most of my builds so 12 is plenty. There are a few classes which are using the 24 (wizards and bards), but 5 or 6 tokens into the dungeon is what most of my builds need. I have a separate storage system for storing tokens that only modify stats.

jedibcg - do you bring consumables with you? This is my first year attending TD with more gear, so I'm not sure how I should organize my tokens in the dungeon. I want to make sure I get in nobody's way, but also that I'm not digging or fiddling for tokens.

I do have consumables but almost never use them. I have them in a clear case that is labelled (healing poitions, healing scrolls, curse removal, Potion of Death's Door and so on). I also just have a bag full of 1 point heals that is most likely to see use.

The only year that we went through a fair amount of consumables was the year that I had everyone work on puzzles and I just stood near the drop bucket healing folks when they took damage from the puzzle in Nightmare. I told them not to worry about moving their health paper clips just work on the puzzle. When the DM would say everyone takes X points of damage, I would drop 10 to 20 tokens into the bucket. It worked really well since I already knew the puzzle and kept our healing spells available for combat. By the end of the dungeon we put a dent in a third to maybe a half of all the potions I brought into the dungeon and barely touched the healing spells.

That said the things that are in my token wallets are things that the players may need to show a DM and weapons.
I do have two 24 pocket wallets filled with divine and arcane scrolls and tell the players they can use them after they run out of spells if they want to, but that hardly every happens as well. With the new wands I think it will happen even less, unless I do another Nightmare run where I use healing scrolls for the puzzle rooms.
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Token Wallet 2 weeks 22 hours ago #7

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I would say lower end play consumables are very useful, higher end players only use consumables situationally (stone to flesh after a Medusa).

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Token Wallet 2 weeks 22 hours ago #8

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Thank you, gentlemen.

I'm looking forward to the podcast.

I'll be polymorphing most combats, I think. I'll need something to carry the potions. I wish I still had all my Pog containers.

Do you guys have a recommendation as to which coin tubes from Whitman work well for TD tokens?

www.whitman.com/store/Inventory/Browse/Search/keyword/tube?rawSearch=tube
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Token Wallet 2 weeks 22 hours ago #9

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MasterED wrote:
I would say lower end play consumables are very useful, higher end players only use consumables situationally (stone to flesh after a Medusa).

Ed

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