Our Magic Night Organizer, compatible with Mage Knight, supports base game and three expansions below in the base box. It supports sleeved cards, and comes with 9 adjustable card dividers.
- Supports sleeved cards
- Five removable trays
- Includes 9 adjustable dividers for the card section, and 10 adjustable dividers for the token tray.
- Accommodates the following expansions:
- Mage Knight Board Game: Shades of Tezla Expansion (2015)
- Mage Knight Board Game: Krang Character Expansion (2013)
- Mage Knight Board Game: The Lost Legion (2012)
Outer organizer dimensions: 13.54" x 9.61" x 2.62"
Arrives as an easy-to-assemble kit.
For more general tips on assembly, please read our Assembly Guide.
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.
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Posted by Wil Andrews on 15th Sep 2016
Love it, it makes Mage knight set up and take down super easy.
Easy to put together too.
Absolutely the only way to go.
Posted by Bryan on 28th Aug 2016
This was my first Broken Token organizer. The game absolutely needs it. And it has been my favorite still since I have ordered others. My brother still comments on how handy and amazing this organizer is when we bust out this equally amazing game.
I easily fit every component from the Core, Legions, and Krang. (Tezla.... what is that? But apparently will fit also)
My cards are all sleeved with premium FFG, and fit nice and stay well organized. Even separated by Lost Legion.
That being said, I do keep all character base cards in a short baseball card box with card stock seperators due to lack of extra dividers and lack of space from sleeves. Smallest 1% ding on an absolutely 100% must have for any serious Mage Knight fan.
RESPONSE: Thank you for your great review and feedback, it's hard sometimes to sacrifice the space for the premium sleeves, sounds like a decent if not perfect solution, thanks for the tip!
Good for Star Trek Frontiers with one tiny issue
Posted by Jeremy on 22nd Aug 2016
Everything fits perfectly, except for a somewhat awkward fit for the ships. The Borg Cubes are just a few milimeters too wide to fit two across, so they have to be alternated to fit inside the trays, leaving just enough room to fit the other ships only by standing the two shortest vertically. Not ideal, but it works well enough. Maybe a few retro-fitted trays will be made down the road? I'd still recommend it for STFrontiers owners, but with that warning. Pretty solid, considering it's designed for another game.
One of the greatest organizers
Posted by Charles Darlage on 15th Aug 2016
I purchased this organizer for Mage Knight and it makes it so much easier to get out and put away with plenty of room for all the expansions. Although you may need the extra dividers for this. This has to be one of my favorite organizers. It also works wonderfully with Star Trek: Frontiers. Although, so far, Star Trek: Frontiers should not need the additional dividers. Overall, a great organizer that is easy to put together.
Works with Star Trek: Frontiers
Posted by Unknown on 12th Aug 2016
Great product -
Not difficult to build but takes some time so be patient. I bought the extra dividers as well which helps for the additional separation of card types. To get the ships in you can put 2 borg cubes together with two ships (stand the ships up and lay the borg cubes on their side - no issue with clearance.
RESPONSE: Thanks for the feedback! Excellent information!
Posted by Unknown on 7th May 2016
I currently only own the base game, and this organizer is amazing, it holds everything with extra room for more enemy tokens, cards, and city/hero figures. The insert looks very attractive inside the box and overall this was an extremely solid purchase making setup/breakdown much easier!
Posted by John Skauge on 13th Apr 2016
Awesome product. Makes everything fit. I have the krang expansion, lost legion and the original Mage Knight game. Everything fits, and there is even more space for more expansions.
I do not have shades of tesla (read some bad reviews about this), but this should fit perfectly with this inset.
PS! Order extra insets, you will need them and you won't reget it.
A must for MK fans
Posted by Unknown on 18th Mar 2016
I have kept the expansions unopened for a long time just because I was not bothered with having various boxes opened and couldn't come up with a way of storing it back after playing, until I bought this.
It is expensive so only consider it if you are really a fan of the game and have all the expansions, but if you are, this is clearly a must.
The only negative is that the additional dividers should be included in the purchase. If someone is going to drop 30plus dollars for this it should be complete.
Assembly was easy even for a person that lacks major construction skills like myself, but buyers beware, you are going to need some glue.
Shipping to continental Europe was quick (very quick) and uneventful. In all I am very glad I bought it.
A recommended buy, with some little problems
Posted by James Hancock on 13th Jan 2016
This was my first purchase from Broken Token.
I have all of the expansions for Mage Knight, including the newest (Tezla). If you are like me, then the Tezla expansion most likely made you throw up your hands in defeat and toss the original Mage Knight box inserts. My set was a mess... all of the enemy tokens were in one box, all of the crystals were in one bag, and cards were lumped together with elastics. I had characters in lunch bags.
This organizer changed all of that. Everything is organized in the box now, and I am very very happy with this product. Now, here are the negatives:
Weight: The box now weighs 2922 grams... yes, almost 3 kg (6.5 pounds)! Weight is to be expected with a wooden product, but don't store the game on anything breakable (It cannot sit on top of my Deadzone box, for example) or on flimsy shelves with 10 other games.
Dividers for monster chits: I found it great that I could set the size of my chit holder pockets-- but hold on! Once you put a divider in one column, you cannot put a divider in the next row at the same place, as the divider arms take up the whole groove rather than half. This just means that some chits have too much space and move around a bit more. Not a deal breaker, but some space is wasted due to this and it might end up being a problem in the future.
Extra dividers for Mage Knight product: To be on the safe side, I bought the extra dividers right away. I am VERY happy I did, as I used EVERY card divider I had available. If another character comes out, I will not have a place to put the cards. That being said, I am annoyed that I had to buy extra dividers in the first place. Maybe this is unreasonable, as the base set probably has enough dividers to cover the base set without any expansions. Regardless, the extra dividers came with only 4 card dividers and 9 chit dividers. After I was done building my set, I was wishing that I had one or two card dividers left over for expansion characters, while still having 6 chit dividers. My chit box has very little room left as it is, and with the chit divider problem mentioned above, that cramps how many dividers can be used in the first place. I wish they left off some chit dividers and made an extra card divider.
Out of space: this is completely beyond the Broken Token's ability to manage, but it should be said that there is no more space inside the box, with the organizer, for another expansion. I am out of card dividers, so no place for new character cards. The space not currently used by cards is taken by my crystals, still in a bag. The small container for the crystals has been utilized for something else (see below). We tend to have a small pile of crystals on the table and leave the rest in the box anyway, so I don't see this as being a problem. The containers for character chits are all taken up (yes, including the 8th, again, see below). The chubby hole for the land tiles is full as well. No place under the trays anymore either. Monster chit storage is pretty much maxed out as well. Stretching, with another card divider, I might be able to squeeze in another Krang sized expansion, but it would be a challenge. I think there is enough wiggle room for a card expansion, as long as no new types of cards are introduced.
Good: I got to recycle about 30 plastic bags and 40 elastics, and everything is pretty snugly fit and organized. Setting up play will be much faster, with unused items left in the box. Character markers went into the little 6 compartment container in the bottom of the box, so no more loose chits on the ground, just fish one out if you need it (the 7th character has his in the dice baggie which came with the game and is in the character box... there is a space for it in the 8th unused character box. The dice, the lost legion general's turn tab are in the same character box.
Overall evaluation: Totally worth the money, as long as you have the appropriate storage space.
Posted by Kurt Runco on 18th Dec 2015
I’m a fan of BT products so please understand that whatever negativity I have for this product is partially due to how much I’ve enjoyed their other products. But I’m underwhelmed for the Mage Knight organizer. It’s not an easy game to organize by any means, and I do find this product good -- just not great.
Let’s start with what I like best. The part that holds the cards is great – I can store all the cards I have which includes the Volkare/Wolfhawk and Krang expansions. Well, I do only put some of the wound cards in there b/c really who needs more than about a dozen wounds (they really gave us a lot those, didn’t they?). The compartment that holds the cities and the hero figures holds them all just fine.
The tray that holds the enemy tokens works very well. In fact, I’m surprised to find myself not using those nice bags I got off Artscow but instead preferring to use this tray. It’s simply more functional. So far so good.
Then we get to the character chits. I don’t like the two trays that are supposed to hold the character skill tokens, player shields, and unit markers (or whatever they’re called). I can barely make them all fit into the square they’re supposed to go but it’s annoying to get them all to fit (need little fingers) and very clumsy to get out. I scratched one of them trying to pry it free and decided never to store them back in there again.
I’ve taken to putting some of the character chits in the tray with the enemy tokens and spreading things out such that some of the trays hold the little shields and others hold the skill tokens on their side (instead of flat). It works but things for the characters are spread around.
Lastly, I ordered the extra dividers because I didn’t do that for the BSG one and had to go back and get them. Here, I have way too many dividers so they were a total waste. I cannot see how you could even fit them all into the frames unless you made a lot of teeny tiny compartments that would be useless. Only $4 plus shipping but those were a waste.
Would I recommend this product? Absolutely, but don’t get the extra dividers and be prepared to fiddle with the character chits to get them all to fit.