My icebox is a simple store-bought plastic storage container with a locking lid. It's roughly 9" by 6.5" by 3.5" in size. The brand name is Lock & Lock. The lid locks very firmly in place, and it's waterproof when sealed.
- 9 stashes of Icehouse pieces. Every color except cyan.
- 4 black stash pads.
- A copy of Playing with Pyramids.
- A copy of the Zendo rules.
- The Zendo rules cards that come in the Zendo boxed set.
- A copy of the IceTowers rules (I gave away the cyan stash to a friend, if you're curious).
- 60 Zendo marking stones.
- 5 Copies of ICE-7 (so I have reference cards for any and all new players, and so I can give a few away if the opportunity presents itself).
- 2 Copies of Marlene's Guide to Icehouse (again, so I can give them away. Plus, they have a groovy Volcano board printed on them).
- A deck of tarot cards (specifically, the Universal Waite tarot).
- A deck of poker cards (just because).
- 2 six-sided dice (why not?).
- A cloth drawstring bag (bought from Mountain Equipment Co-op), for drawing pyramids out of
- A booklet containing a sample Icehouse game.
- The game Light Speed, by Cheapass games (not a Looney Labs game).
- 4 business-card-sized reference cards for Gnostica, which have reminders of the 4 basic powers.
- 4 Gnostica rules summaries (not shown), which contain the list of turn options, summaries of the 4 basic powers, and reminders for the Major Arcana powers. These are scaled to 50% of a letter-sized page, so they tuck neatly inside Playing with Pyramids.
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