It's a lot harder to gain favor when your house is in disarray. Bring your game box back in order with The Broken Token Spartacus Organizer, compatible with Spartacus: A Game of Blood & Treachery. Cards (sleeved or unsleeved) are neatly organized, with room for the base game and expansions listed below, with plenty of room for more. Three removable trays keep gold, dice, and gladiators organized, and a token tray with acrylic lid keeps smaller tokens, all of which may be placed on the table for game play. Game boards nestle neatly on top of the trays for storage and transport. Spend less time setting up and more time scheming, bargaining, backstabbing, and battling with this efficient game box organizer.
This product is a kit that requires assembly. We recommend the use of wood glue.
This is a third-party accessory designed by The Broken Token. All product names are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with The Broken Token.
Compatible with Above and Below, and the Expanded Edition expansion.
- Two trays for goods, cider and potion tokens
- Four trays for coins, villagers, dice and expansion pieces
- Two trays for cards
Compatible with Near and Far, and the Amber Mines expansion.
- Eight trays for player pieces, the character standees, coins and sheets
- Four resource trays
- Four large and two small card trays
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 Compatible with Gaia Project®.
- Nine trays for the player pieces
- Four trays for the building tiles
- Three trays for large and small cards
- Four trays for tokens and other pieces
Compatible with Terra Mystica®, and the Fire and Ice® expansion.
- Nine trays for faction pieces
- Five trays for the favor tiles, the terrain tiles and other pieces
- Six trays for coins and workers