A Feast for Odin
This storage system is composed of (11) removable trays. It is designed to hold the mini-cards in premium FFG sleeves. The two larger goods trays are meant to replace the trays that come with the game. Although the included trays were nice, they took up too much needed space. Two smaller trays are used to hold the coins. One simple rectangular tray is used to hold the larger cardboard pieces. You can view more pics of the storage system here.
Great Western Trail
This storage system is composed of (7) removable trays and is designed to store premium FFG sleeves. A small top tray is used to hold all the pieces in the other trays so that the score pad can be stored within it. Four of the small trays are designed to hold all the player pieces/cards so that they can be distributed at the beginning of the game for quiick and easy setup. One tray is used to serve as a bank to hold the coins (along with various card stacks) while the remaining tray holds the various other bits. You can view more pics of the storage system here.
Orleans Retail Version (w/Expansions)
This storage system is designed to hold the regular (retail) TMG version of the base game along with the Invasion and Handel & Intrigue expansions. It holds all the cards allowing for premium sleees. Important: this product requires use of the Invasion expansion box. The Invasion expansion box is used to hold all the manuals, large player boards, and cloth bags. The base game box holds the storage system, which is composed of (8) removable trays. Four are used to hold the player pieces used at game start-up for easy distribution at the beginning of the game. Another tray is used to hold the worker pieces and coins (for easy placement by the board). (2) trays are used to hold the expansion pieces (although the place tiles and start player tokens are placed in one of these trays - see pictures). You can view more pics of the storage system here.
The Oracle of Delphi
This storage system is composed of (7) trays. The main tray holds (6) removable trays while also holding the land/sea tiles, cards (it will hold premium sleeved cards), along with a few select other pieces (see picture). (4) of the removable trays are there to hold the individual player pieces for distribution at the beginning of the game which will allow for fast game set-up! Another tray serves as the bank to hold the favor tokens while the last tray holds various other pieces used to set-up the game! You can view more pics of the storage system here.
This storage system is composed of (5) trays, (4) of them are removable. It is also designed to hold premium sleeves (obtained from Mayday Games). The main tray is designed to hold the large land tiles. Another tray is used to hold the player start pieces for easy distribution at the beginning of the game. The other trays hold the variouis other components. You can view more pics of the storage system here.
This storage system is composed of (2) removable trays. The first, smaller, tray holds the market cards and coins. It will hold premium sleeved cards. The second tray hold the remaining cards and bits. You can view more pics of the storage system here.
I am so very excited to announce that Insert Here, in conjunction with Tasty Minstrel Games, is giving a way a bunch of games and inserts. We'll be giving away a brand new copy of Orleans (retail version), Orleans Invasion, The Oracle of Delphi, and inserts for all of them. Please click here for more details on how to enter.
INSERT HERE MEEPLE GIVEAWAY
Just a reminder that every sale, until supplies run out, will ship with an Insert Here meeple - courtesy of Meeple Source.
I also wanted to comment on a small change I made to the way order status is displayed. Many were getting worried because the status would show they were "x" amount of inserts behind in the queue. This is a little misleading. Here's how we handle processing orders. First, nothing is kept on-hand. Each order is assembled upon order receipt on a "first-ordered" -- "first built" basis. One thing, however, that we do look at as we start building orders is that we will try to look forward and group similar inserts so that we can cut/assemble similar inserts at the same time. This improves upon efficiency and gets orders out much more quickly.
That said, orders are currently taking about 4-6 weeks primarily due to both the huge Black Friday sale we ran and the Holiday season. One thing I have always offered to my customers is the willingness to prioritize Christmas/Birthday orders. This is somewhat of an honor system and I ask that it not be abused.
I will update the order duration as it improves/worsens, however feel free to reach out to us at any time with concerns/questions.
We cannot thank you enough for your your busiess. We're a small operation - just my wife, myself, and (sometimes) one of our children. We workk 7 days/week and through holidays to do our best to get your products to you as quickly as possible.