Best way to transport paperback rulebooks?

Mr. Litotes

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I will soon be going to a regular game night/day which requires a long commute. We will be playing skirmish games, either Kill Team or Necromunda. I'm going to carry my gaming stuff in a backpack most likely, but I don't want all my paperback Kill Team rulebooks to get dog-eared and damage the corners of the books.

Any suggestions on a bag, case, or plastic container which will fit my paperback rulebooks that will properly protect them?


Thanks in advance!
 
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Messenger bag, I have a decent size one that can take all the books and still fit in a small feldherr softcase with a gang in it.

Comfy to carry, wll as comfortable as half a ton of books can ever be...
 
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Mr. Litotes

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May 11, 2016
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Los Angeles, CA
Messenger bag, I have a decent size one that can take all the books and still fit in a small feldherr softcase with a gang in it.

Comfy to carry, wll as comfortable as half a ton of books can ever be...
@Martini Henrie Thanks for the feedback. I found online backpacks or messenger bags that are custom made for D&D/RPGs. Though all the current 5ed. D&D rulebooks are hardbound. That is fine for my hardbound Necromunda rulebooks, but what about the paperback Kill Team rulebooks. They are the ones that I see suffering the worst. Any thoughts one transporting trader paperback books?
 

cainex1

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I should have been more specific. You want to search for a laptop sleeve, you might want to get a piece of plastic to put in as a backer.
 

TopsyKretts

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If you want to pay a premium, Battlefoam bags will have many options that can combine books and minis. That should keep any book safe during transport!
 

Tiny

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Or just a cardboard document folder.

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Ah yes, the "busy" folder. Stride purposefully around carrying one of those and you can get away with doing little or no actual work :ROFLMAO: Second only to the manilla envelope with a red rubber stamp on it. Stride about carrying one of those in & around the senior management offices for a while and you'll get a commendation from the directors for being such a hard working guy... *ahem* so I'm told...