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As requested pics of Molda's latest creation 5 years 2 weeks ago #1

Either due to request/pride or curiosity below is posted links to the wrist mounted token holder variant that I had talked Molda (Lewis) into making for me. It's a 24 token holder with a leather cover and buckles added. It went through 5 runs and 2 grinds this year over 3 days of use.

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(the look of the buckles)

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(opened up with Molda's normal belt clip equipped token holder for comparison (used in combination with wrist)

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(closed and how it normally was used in dungeon)

I used to 2 holders pictured with the wrist holder holding my primary build and anything situational that i might need immediately to reference (ioun stones/rings that increased damage etc..) The belt clip holder held my consumables and other non referenced in dungeon parts of my build.
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Last edit: by Matt. Reason: accidental post mistake

Re: As requested pics of Molda's latest creation 5 years 2 weeks ago #2

One for each wrist?
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Re: As requested pics of Molda's latest creation 5 years 2 weeks ago #3

I had a magnet holder on the other as an impulse that worked real well courtesy of Ed Vaney (can't remember his forum name). The other holder was clipped to a belt loop on my shorts. I switched between fighter/ranger 3-4 times over the con and it was fantastic just being able to switch out a handful of tokens between the two holders instead of digging in pockets/tackleboxes.
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Re: As requested pics of Molda's latest creation 5 years 2 weeks ago #4

Matt wrote: I had a magnet holder on the other as an impulse that worked real well courtesy of Ed Vaney (can't remember his forum name). The other holder was clipped to a belt loop on my shorts. I switched between fighter/ranger 3-4 times over the con and it was fantastic just being able to switch out a handful of tokens between the two holders instead of digging in pockets/tackleboxes.


MasterEd is his forum name I believe, those magnetic bracers were great. I'm really tempted to get a belt mounted wallet though. Any advice what types of tokens you kept where? General build vs consumables vs weapons vs situational?
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Re: As requested pics of Molda's latest creation 5 years 2 weeks ago #5

Primary build in the leather wrist holder, sorted (working from back to front or bottom as mounted on wrist) by AC/Stat modifies/Saves and situational (Ioun stones, ring of brilliance and the like) at the front or top. All I did was have the coach fill in my party card from the holder as since everything was already sorted they went with it.

Weapons and healing on the magnetic holder.

Consumables/spare weapons and other parts of my builds went into the belt loop mounted holder. I like having the belt loop holder on a spring clip so it was real easy to take on or off in the dark if need be.

If anybody is interested in this stuff please use my name as I promised Molda that I would show it off and give honest report on how well it would or wouldn't work.

So far if i have a complaint or a modification it is to skip the leather buckles and have velcro instead. What i found myself doing quite a bit was in the dungeon of torgueing down teh buckles more than the leather should really be as a habit due to wearing it for 15+ hours over 2 days.
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Re: As requested pics of Molda's latest creation 5 years 2 weeks ago #6

The only thing that I would advise for people with magnetic bracers is to take them off before drawing from the treasure box. Tokens tend to slide off them as you put your hand in to draw from the box.
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Re: As requested pics of Molda's latest creation 5 years 2 weeks ago #7

Kim Lindgren wrote: The only thing that I would advise for people with magnetic bracers is to take them off before drawing from the treasure box. Tokens tend to slide off them as you put your hand in to draw from the box.


Yep--my friend lost a sling in the box this way. He also lost my onyx Gearon's Mace on that draw--but fortunately he redrew it. :)

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Re: As requested pics of Molda's latest creation 5 years 2 weeks ago #8

Kim Lindgren wrote: The only thing that I would advise for people with magnetic bracers is to take them off before drawing from the treasure box. Tokens tend to slide off them as you put your hand in to draw from the box.


I have two: one from MasterED and one from Amazon. The MasterED version is super-strong I could never see tokens sliding off. The Amazon one was c**p though. Which one did the sliding-off problem happen with?
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Re: As requested pics of Molda's latest creation 5 years 2 weeks ago #9

MetaphoricDragon wrote:

Matt wrote: I had a magnet holder on the other as an impulse that worked real well courtesy of Ed Vaney (can't remember his forum name). The other holder was clipped to a belt loop on my shorts. I switched between fighter/ranger 3-4 times over the con and it was fantastic just being able to switch out a handful of tokens between the two holders instead of digging in pockets/tackleboxes.


MasterEd is his forum name I believe, those magnetic bracers were great. I'm really tempted to get a belt mounted wallet though. Any advice what types of tokens you kept where? General build vs consumables vs weapons vs situational?


Thanks for the feed back! I am prototyping a belt version and a more traditional bracer. As soon as I have some feedback/pictures I will post them in a thread.

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Re: As requested pics of Molda's latest creation 4 years 7 months ago #10

Cool bracers!

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