Get out on the streets of Arkham faster and wrap your investigations up with ease using our Arkham Altar crate compatible with Arkham Horror from Fantasy Flight Games. This crate is designed to store all of your tokens, markers, cards, and more within a premium wooden crate engraved with thematic art. Includes 23 large card section dividers and 20 small card section dividers.
It's already a madhouse in Arkham and it's getting worse by the minute, spare your flagging psyche the added stress of sorting through game elements and save what little precious time is left with this crate from The Broken Token!
Looking to further upgrade your Arkham Horror experience? Check out our Gate Stands (ACC024).
This product is a kit that requires assembly. . We recommend a high quality wood glue, soft mallet and clamps for assembly (each sold separately).
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.
- 363mm x 300mm x 336mm
- 14 lbs
- Arkham Horror: Arkham Nights 2012 Promotional Ancient One Card (2012)
- The Door to Saturn (fan expansion to Arkham Horror) (2012)
- Arkham Horror: Arkham Nights 2011 Promotional Ancient One Card (2011)
- Arkham Horror: Dance of the Damned (Mythos) (2011)
- Arkham Horror: Miskatonic Horror Expansion (2011)
- Arkham Horror: Oliver Grayson (Ally) (2011)
- Arkham Horror: The Curse of the Dark Pharaoh Expansion (Revised Edition) (2011)
- Vermont Horror Expansion (fan expansion for Arkham Horror) (2011)
- Arkham Horror: Arkham Nights 2010 Promotional Ancient One Cards (2010)
- Arkham Horror: The Lurker at the Threshold Expansion (2010)
- Arkham Horror: Innsmouth Horror Expansion (2009)
- Arkham Horror: Penny Arcade Characters (2009)
- Arkham Horror: Kingsport Horror Expansion (2008)
- Arkham Horror: The Black Goat of the Woods Expansion (2008)
- Arkham Horror: The King in Yellow Expansion (2007)
- Cult of the Golden Scarab (fan expansion for Arkham Horror) (2007)
- Arkham Horror: Curse of the Dark Pharaoh Expansion (2006)
- Arkham Horror: Dunwich Horror Expansion (2006)
- Arkham Horror: The Dark Pharaoh (Herald) (2006)
- Arkham Horror: The Dunwich Horror (Herald) (2006)
|CARD CAPACITY (w/ Stock Dividers)|
|Row||Unsleeved||.1mm "Premium" Sleeved||.04mm Sleeved|
|CARD CAPACITY (No Dividers)|
|Row||Unsleeved||.1mm "Premium" Sleeved||.04mm Sleeved|
*Capacities are approximate and based on average card and sleeve thickness. Actual results may vary.
Card Row A Dimensions (5): 11" x 2.6" x 3.73"
(Mini) Card Row B Dimensions (7): 4.8" x 3.77" x 2.3"
Accept the Madness, the Atlar is worth it.
This crate can and at moments will drive you into madness! The end result is really well done though. I have been waiting a long time for an organizer that stored the entire game (w/expansions) and I feel Broken Token took the time needed to produce a quality organizer.
I feel if you are a lover of the game the price is worth it.
Pros: Fits all expansions, has many trays and room for all the bits and pieces, plenty of room for cards, can keep stands on investigators for storage, seems pretty sturdy, has some art/tuxture to outer cover. Cons: long process to build, some pieces were VERY tight to fit and difficult to assemble (where others smoothly came together), burnt edges smear and dirty the light wood next to it, not enough dividers for cards imo.
Appropriately maddening for Arkham Horror (In a good way)
It really does fit literally every bit of Arkham Horror (2nd edition)! Makes setup, playthrough, and cleanup much simpler.
Some notes about assembly: Expect to spend an entire day or weekend but that's part of the fun, right? Expect to use a lot of wood-glue. Seriously: double check which piece goes where before gluing! The investigator tray was the trickiest component. Bar clamps are useful for the lid and base, be careful to make them actually square. Sanding the edges of the main structure, base, lid, and drawers is especially helpful for getting it all back together.
-Fits every expansion
-All components are readily accessible
-Attractive and sturdy
-Doesn't come with enough card dividers; you'll need the extra page available separately or group some decks together.
-Too tall/heavy to fit on most shelves.
If all that doesn't drive you properly insane, you'll love it :)
4 stars for not including enough card dividers at this price.
Love the idea, but poor execution
I love that it fits all the expansions and that its a suitable imposing structure. However, I have to think that Broken Token has gone a little too insane with the construction approach for the main storage unit, given how intricate/many connections are needed at some steps, the rather warped laser cut pieces I got have made it an exercise in futility. I'm not sure I'm every going to be able to get mine together at this rate and I've had no problems with about 5 other organizers I've gotten from them.
RESPONSE: Hey Eric, create a ticket here https://www.thebrokentoken.com/contact-us We had some sanding issues that made a handful of these nearly impossible to build. We will replace any parts that aren't working.
Fantastic Construction, Fantastic Organization
This is a work of art. We applied a stain/polyurethane coating to it and it looks great. This is a truly intricate piece of art work. As someone who has constructed numerous inserts and crate (I had previously done the one for Elder Sign and had bought the Fireball island at the same time as this one) this is by far the most complex. A rubber tipped hammer is absolutely required though. I hate to bring it up but I got mine from meeple realty and it's a godsend for assembly of these things. Clamps or patience are required for the outer case though.
RESPONSE: Thanks for the awesome review. Rubber mallets are a great tool indeed, regardless of where they come from.
Those larger pieces have shown to be a little susceptible to warping, clamps are indeed the way to overcome that issue. You get a 5 start customer rating :D