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So I get home after a long day at school, sit down to relax, when suddenly the toilet overflows like crazy. I spend an hour cleaning up the brown mess, go downstairs to my room, and decide to bust out the Battle for Macragge models. I open the door to the room I keep them in, only to find that roughly 3/4 of the toilet water bled through the ceiling, covering the Tactical Squad, the terrain, and the Nids. My brother comes in and crys,"Not the ordenence blast!"
So after spending an hour and a half washing everything, I have to ask, how do you guys transport your models without them getting broken, scratched, or covered in sewage?
I use an army transport case now. (too expensive, but I had to indulge myself) Prior to that I would them in zip lock bags with some bathroom tissue. That worked very well.
Well, for warhammer fantasy, I have neodymium magnets under every base, and galvanised steel plates in the movement trays, all models snap nicely onto the tray, then the whole tray nicely snaps onto bigger magnets glued on the inside of a suitcase. It also saves you the hassle of depoying your troops everytime.
As for 40k, I like http://www.saboldesigns.net/armytransportbattalion.html.