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Friday, April 6, 2012

The Best Way to Store your Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom Spell Cards!

The Best Way to Store your Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom Spell Cards!

Do you have any Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom Spell Cards?  Do you have an upcoming Walt Disney World Vacation and are planning on playing the Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom interactive game in Disney Magic Kingdom?  If so, you need to make a Spell Card Binder!

I suggest purchasing a Trading Card Binder from your local Comic Book Shop or discount store.  It's the perfect way to organize your cards, and keep them safe!

We had an adventure trying to find one in our area around Disneyworld when the game first went live, but now they are common in our local stores like Walmart and Target.

We originally wanted to purchase a small 1" binder from an office supply store and get the small trading cards pages to put in it, so we could move the pages around and add more pages if we needed them, but that didn't work.  

The trading card pages found in a comic book store only have 2 holes in the sides, and don't fit the standard 3 ring binders you'll find in the office supply stores.

Some comic book stores do sell the trading card binders AND the trading card pages that fit in them, but the Comic Book store in the Disney area was out of them when we wanted to make our spell card book.
Here is what our card binder looks like:

It's an easy and simple solution for storing our cards, and keeping them safe and handy for battling villains in the park!

The card binder was only $4.99 (A great price!) and came in two color choices; blue and black.

The book features 10 pages that each hold 4 card.  It may not seem like enough pages but it is!

You put two cards in each slot, one facing you and the other facing the other way so that you can use it when you flip pages.   That means that 80 cards fit in this little card binder!


Organizing your Spell Card Binder

 I have seen many spell card binders while playing the game in the MK.  Here are some examples of what I've seen:
  • I've seen the cards organized by number, from 1-60 (This is a great way if you're a collector, not a player)
  • I have seen the cards organized by category type, like all the Toy cards in one section, all the Princess cards in a section, all the Mystic cards in one section, and so on.
  • I have seen the cards organized by type;  rare, uncommon, common, etc.
  •  Organizing them by combos, by combinations that work well together, and that you want to use while playing the game.
We choose to organize our spell binders by putting cards that make a good combination together so that they're easy to use while playing.

If you put your cards together by combo,  when it's time to hold up your book and cast a spell, all you have to do is hold up the page with your  cards on it, and it reads the cards together and uses the combo!



Check this out for MK cards and to play the game.
Just need to hold the book up at a portal.

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