Give your adventurers a premium home with our 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, our organizer will make game setup and tear-down a breeze. Our 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.
Those familiar with our original Deepwater organizer will notice the addition of 6 removable token trays, as well as new stylish curves and cutouts to enhance the overall look.
- New features 7 removable token trays
- New curves and cutout embellishments
- Holds all current expansions
- Supports sleeved or unsleeved cards
Organizer outer dimensions: 13.78" x 10.866" x 2.835"
For more general tips on assembly, please read our Assembly Guide.
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.
This week we release the first product in our Craftsman Series, the Deepwater Game Crate. In addition, we have a new version of our Deepwater Organizer, and a token set compatible with the Scoundrels of Skullport expansion.
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Posted by Octavio Ortega on 4th Mar 2018
This insert made set-up and break-down so much easier and faster, plus it looks amazing. It also saved space by combining both the main game and expansion into one box.
I love this organizer!
Posted by Heidi on 10th Jan 2018
This is my first Broken Token purchase. Anyone who knows me knows I am OCD about keeping my games organized and this is by far my favorite one! I love the removable trays because I also like being organized while we are playing. It is easy to put together and very well made. I will definitely be purchasing more organizers from the Beoken Token
Average Organizer, but fits everything
Posted by Josh E-C on 10th Jan 2018
I like how it fits everything (unsleeved), but it is difficult to get the cubes out of the organizer, and it doesn't fit quite tightly enough to make sure that the resources in the central part don't go between the compartments when traveling, even with the expansion boards inserted.
I prefer the rounded tubs for resources that are accessed regularly-- this one is just not quite there. A lid would have been nice, similar to other boxes made by Broken Token.
Average organizer-- it organizes everything, and everything fits in the box. Excellent card and building storage. Excellent character boxes, although a bit high. Resource storage is weak.
Posted by Dave on 13th Nov 2017
This is a must if you hate setting up and taking down the game. The instructions are mostly clear and parts fit together snugly. Some sections will be removed the from the box during play so I chose to use glue on these to reinforce them.
Great quality but...
Posted by Rob on 24th Oct 2017
All cards do not fit when sleeved for base game and expansion even after removing one divider. This insert is great in most other regards and makes keeping the two games together and set up really easy.
RESPONSE: it is indeed a very tight first. We have found if the cards have been freshly sleeved they have a certain amount of air in the them and they will compact and fit after a short while. It also depends on the sleeves used. Ours are in ultra pro premium sleeves and they do indeed fit.
Well built and easy to assemble
Posted by Pete on 24th Oct 2017
This organizer is "typical" for Broken Token. Well designed and easy to put together. I love the thematic cut outs for the dividers. I love the removable trays for the player pieces. Being able to simply hand a tray to the players is GREAT. I actually wish the center tray was smaller, or perhaps two trays. Before I had the tray, I would put all the cubes in the center of the board. I would have been nice if I could do that with this too, but it's a minor quibble. (Especially since I added the expansion, which also takes up more of the table.) I do like that everything from the base game AND the expansions fit into the organizer. The boards are held in place well, and the smaller expansion boards even help to keep the pieces in place. The adventurer cubes go in their respective slots, Then the corruption tokens, the $1 coins, the $5 coins and then the Victory Point tokens. I put the first player token, the ambassador and the lieutenant in with the money, which works just fine.I think this is a MUST with the expansion, but would be nice to have for people with just the base game.
Fairly Top Marks
Posted by Paul T. on 26th Jun 2017
This is the 4th or 5th game box organizer I have purchased in recent years and this one does not disappoint. It is superbly designed for space optimization 4 out of 5 stars (with some dead space under the player tubs). Overall fit is 5 out of 5 stars it is snug in the factory box. Alignment of individual pieces is solid 4 out of 5 stars. The center tray is tricky to assemble without some dedicated forethought and at least one dry-fit. The quality birch plywood is lightweight and keeps the overall weight of the box down (note competitive products using hardwood HDF come with a huge weight gain and when toting around the convention floor you don't want to be heavier than you have to be)...Though with birch ply you do need extra care when removing parts from the "spue" so you don't get weird splinters. Laser cuts are clean and not over-burned so you don't need to air out the kit too much before using it. Overall a very solid 4+ stars.
Posted by Unknown on 29th May 2017
The space isn't enough for sleeved cards without forcing the board down, so you have to remove some of the card dividers.
RESPONSE: you may find over time as the sleeves settle in they will all fit no problem.
Posted by Jeffrey Haager on 23rd Feb 2017
I picked this Organizer up, and as always Sanded and Glued it together, Perfect Fits.. I also Picked up the Metal Coins and Plastic Meeples for it, Painted the small Boxes to match Player Color, Also it Fits Sleeved Cards Perfectly, Fits everything Plus Expansion No Problem, I wish I couple Post a Picture ... Awesome Awesome product as they all have been to Date!
Not for sleeved cards.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Jan 2017
It's a great organizer by a company that rarely disappoints, but this one is a skip, especially if you sleeve your cards.
I'm using FFS05 card sleeves, and they just don't fit.The cards want to stand up at the front of the pocket instead of lay back, just like they are pictured. This causes the cards at the front to curl, a lot, probably a 15mm arc on the worst one.
On the opposite end, there's actually too much room for the building tiles. They lay down awkwardly and were less than accommodating when it was time for setup.
On the plus side, all the bits and tokens stayed mostly where they belong. Some of the 100 point counters jumped to different player trays, but everything else was exactly in the correct place.
Response: If your sleeves are brand new, they should flatten some over time, alleviating most of the issue. It also depends on how many wooden dividers you are using since each divider is 3mm thick. One option is to replace some of the wooden dividers with some cardstock separators to recoup some of the space. We have survived vertical storage before so it seems maybe something isn't going in quite right, if you shoot us an email with pics of how you have the building tiles stored maybe we can help you solve a few of these issues. email@example.com Aminda - CS Meeple
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