To celebrate GenCon and the release of eleven new storage solutions (six of which are listed below) we are going to provide a 20% off coupon good towards your entire order (for purchases of two or more items). Simply use the code newrelease20 upon checkout to apply the savings.
This insert is composed of five removable trays. One tray holds the various tiles while another holds the player boards and upgrade cards.. Another tray holds the player pieces while another holds the (6) different resource cubes (for easy placement right beside the board). The last tray can also be placed right beside the board and holds the remaining tokens and shares used in the game. You can view more pictures and check out the listing of the product here.
This storage solution is intended only for those that have also purchased the Branch & Claw expansion as it uses that box to hold the Branch & Claw manual, invader board (and extension), & spirit panels. The storage system, which fits in the main game box, is composed of six removable trays and holds premium sleeved cards. The cards are stored in two different trays. One tray holds the city, town, explorer, and blight tokens while another tray holds the fear and expansion tokens. Player pieces and scenario tokens are placed in another tray while the last tray holds some of the larger cards (ie adversary panels) and terror level dividers. The island boards and main game manual are placed on top of the organizer in the main box. You can view more pictures and check out the listing of the product here.
This storage solution is composed of four removable trays and will hold premium sleeved cards. One tray holds the dice while another holds the hex tokens. The remaining two trays hold, and separate, the three different decks of cards; ruins/end of age deck, delver deck, and wonders deck. You can view more pictures and check out the listing of the product here.
This storage system is rather simple. It is composed of five different trays. Four hold the different player components (trees, seeds, and light point marker) while the fifth tray holds the various round and scoring tokens. The boards and manual lay on top of the trays. You can view more pictures and check out the listing of the product here.
This storage system would fit, if it existed, Raxxon from Plaid Hat Games. It will hold premium sleeved cards and is composed of three removable trays. The population card tray can be placed right beside the board and will hold three piles of cards. Another tray holds the Raxxon cards while the last holds the tokens. You can view more pictures and check out the listing of the product here.
This organizer is rather simple and composed of two removable trays. One tray holds the dice while another holds and organizes the tiles. You can view more pictures and check out the listing of the product here.
I am very proud to call the folks over at Top Shelf Gamer friends. Both Chad and Marlene Ingham are wonderful people and offer a slew of wonderful products. They recently featured me in their first "Top Shelf Influencers" article. In this article you can learn everything from how I got into board gaming to how I choose my product selection. It was a pleasure to answer their questions and I'm extremely humbled to be featured.