Unless, of course, you bug the CGI folks to sell you whole binder!bbailey wrote: ↑Sun Aug 27, 2017 12:11 pmI believe it's just kingdom modules (Kaldor, Kanday, Tharda, Orbaal, Rethem, Melderyn), HârnWorld, Hârndex, and now Ivinia. Everything else is home-punched for you to put in binders of your own.
This looks pretty good, Krazma, and this is how I kind of see doing it. I bolded a couple of things in your post that I wanted to comment on. At first, I wasn't going to use sheet protectors but I've since changed my mind on them. They do take up more room, but I think in the end protecting the pages from accidental tears and keeping them safe from environmental factors is a big plus.Krazma wrote: ↑Wed Aug 23, 2017 10:36 am
I have the following binders:
If I am going to be using a particular set of articles heavily for a short while, I will usually transfer those to a small binder for quicker access.
- HârnMaster 3
- Tashal (my campaign is set in Kaldor, so I split this off from the other cities)
- Guilds & Crafts
- Atlas Hârnica (I used to split the maps up by kingdom, but I find it works best to keep them together)
- Castles of Kaldor (split out from the Kingdom binder purely because of volume)
- Kingdom of Kaldor
- Kingdom of Rethem
- Kingdom of Kanday
- Kingdom of Melderyn
- Thardic Republic
- Kingdom of Azadmere
- Kingdom of Evael
- Kingdom of Orbaal
- Kingdom of Chybisa
I put everything in sheet protectors.
I also like the idea splitting Kaldor into two binders - it certainly makes it easier to handle. But since I don't have everything, yet, I have to ask - is Kaldor the only one that's so bulky? I've got all of Orbaal, but I haven't sleeved and put it in a binder yet, but it seems pretty hefty also. Do all the other kingdoms fit into one binder, and if so, what size binder do you have them in? Kaldor is pretty huge, especially with sleeves. Kaldor doesn't have the most supplements, but I do think they win on page count. But, again, I do like the idea - I think I might put Kaldor and Tashal (and Oselbridge and Trobridge, too) in one binder and everything else in another ("Kaldor 2"). That puts them both around 90 sheets, or so.