D&D 5E Player's Handbook Binding


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Looks great! Pages just started falling out of my book last week, and WotC hasn't responded to customer service emails yet, so I'm considering getting it bound somehow. How much did it set you back?

Sorry that I missed this question. The cost to laser cut things and remove the binding was around $6. The cost to make two spiral bound books was $15, so $21 for everything.
 

Bugleyman

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This is why Frog God Games/Necromancer Games decided to go with 16-page folios that are stitched and then those folios stitch-bound into the spine. It's the same method that is used for textbooks... in fact, that's our printer's main area of concern. :)

I can't tell you how much I wish WotC (and every other RPG publisher) would do the same. I'd gladly pay a significant premium (at least $10 per book) if I could just get decent bindings.
 


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