Give your adventurers a premium home with the Broken Token new Deepwater organizer designed for Lords of Waterdeep. We pulled out all the stops with this storage solution. In addition to holding all the parts from the Scoundrels of Skullport expansion, this organizer will make game setup and tear-down a breeze. The organizer also adds support to the original Lords of Waterdeep box. The light-but-rigid wooden frame will help support the box even if your box has seen better days.
This updated edition of the Deepwater organizer has 6 additional removable token trays, 1 removable card tray, 1 removable tile tray, as well as new stylish curves and cutouts to enhance the overall look.
This product is a kit that requires assembly. We recommend the use of wood glue (sold separately)
Lords of Waterdeep and Scoundrels of Skullport are trademarks of Wizards of the Coast. This is a third-party accessory designed by The Broken Token and is not endorsed by Wizards of the Coast.
Compatible with A Feast for Odin, and the Lofoten, Orkney, and Tierra del Fuego mini-expansion.
- Two trays for coins, special tiles, long-ship and knarr tiles.
- Two trays for wooden recources
- Two trays for cards
- Six trays for player pieces, whaling boats and other tokens
Compatible with Carcassonne and the first five expansions 1 - 5, and has bonus trays for expansions 6, 8, 9 & 10.
- Large map tile tray
- 6 trays for meeples
- 3 trays for other tokens
- Additional map tiles tray and two token trays for expansion box
Compatible with Castles of Burgundy®, and also stores The Card Game® and The Dice Game® versions.
- Four trays for the player pieces
- Six trays for silverlings, workers and other tokens
- Two trays for goods and bonus tiles
- Three trays for dice and card game components
Compatible with Clans of Caledonia®.
- Four trays for player pieces
- Two trays for goods tokens
- One long tray for the export contracts and scoring tiles
- Two trays for the coins
- One tray for the clan tiles and one tray for the port bonus tiles and other game pieces