Killer Bunnies – The Case


I’m sure very few of you are actually familiar with this game, but I’m going to forge forward nonetheless. If you even remotely like board games or games of strategy, you’ll enjoy this one. According to their website:

Killer Bunnies & the Quest for the Magic Carrot is a fast paced, action filled card game, in which you must try to keep as many Bunnies alive as possible, while eliminating your opponents’ Bunnies. The problem: Your opponents are armed with weapons and will stop at nothing to keep you from winning the game, which can get dreadfully vengeful, horribly nasty, hilariously messy, and just plain fun!

I’ve played this with several of you in the past, and hope to play it more in the future. I recently purchased the rest of the expansion sets, and created a custom Killer Bunnies case to hold them all. I borrowed the idea from Michael J Pica, and here’s his instructions for creating your own. I followed them exactly, except for ripping out the upper foam. I didn’t see the need. The instructions fit just fine on top of the cards. Here’s a few pictures of my case:



9 thoughts on “Killer Bunnies – The Case

  1. Reason I ask is that I visited Vanguard’s website and found some smaller ones.D’you know if those would work just as fine for all the Killer Bunnies cards?Thanks!

  2. I don’t even know where to start Jeff…. just wow….

  3. I’m wondering if a slightly bigger case would provide the opportunity to include my auto-shuffler…hmmm…

  4. Definitely would be interested to see another case to fit Walt’s autoshuffler – especially since I can’t shuffle!Awesome job, Jeff! 🙂

  5. I’m glad my case project inspired you to make your own :)As for the top foam I mostly removed it because I didn’t like how it put slight compression on the cards, I’d rather have them slide a little then risk damaging the edges or creasing them. Once I removed the top foam I had more space to work with so creating a pocket for the manuals was easy to do.As for including an auto-shuffler I had considered that too but I underestimated how much of the case the cards would actually take up. I think if I were to do this again I might look into a case that can not just store the cards but also be opened and laid flat so that it can be used to organize the draw, discard, and marketplace piles while in play.I plan on ditching the site where you found my project soon, so I created a proper page for this project on my new site here: http://solid-orange.com/hacks/killer-bunnies-case I’d appreciate if you updated the link so people can still find it once web-nine is taken down….oh one last thing, you should definitively email the creators of the game to tell them about this… they love to hear from fans and they sent me some goodies when they read about my case. 😀

  6. You can use the smaller Vanguard VGP 3200. It is cheaper and a it easier to carry around. By simply placing the cards in two columns rather than splitting them up I was able to fit the entire game in the case quite nicely. This was based on the above design, so thanks for the ideas! I will look for a way to post pictures on here if possible.Sadly it will never fit an auto-shuffler…

  7. hey Jeff. can i ask you how you put your feed from burnfeeder onto your website?im still confused!

  8. Sounds interesting Jeff – actually gives me fond memories of playing ‘Magic The Gathering’. Recently I came across those cards and decided to show them to my boyfriend. He gave me this look that had never seen before. I am not sure I am going to be constructing a case for those cards and pink dye (sp?) anytime soon, but I really enjoyed this blog and the thoughtfulness behind it and how to care for and transport your game cards.

  9. Love this game! I used to play it all the time w/ quite a few of my college pals. It is a friggin’ riot. The only downside was that each expansion took it up to a new level, which can be quite daunting for newbies. Totally envious of ‘the case’. I will have to make one now.@Laura – MtG is nothing to be ashamed of, :). My wife suffered through a 4 year stint of that from me. Finally fell out of it,due to the colossal $$ sink that it became. I actually used to compete in MtG regionals every year.

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