You might not be a curator of a museum full of dark and powerful artifacts, but you do have boxes and boxes of unorganized terror of your own. Keep from losing your sanity with the Arkham Museum Crate organizer compatible with Elder Sign from Fantasy Flight Games. This crate is designed to store all of your tokens, markers, cards and more within a premium wooden crate. It includes 3 removable trays to help store all tokens from the base game, as well as its expansions. There is plenty of room for sleeved cards with adjustable dividers including front facing card rows for the mini card decks to be used during game play. Above the mini card rows there are pockets for the dice, gate tokens, and large pocket to be used as a monster cup. A pocket in the back of the organizer holds expansion instructions, the clock, and entrance sheet. Navigating a museum trying to kill you is difficult enough, find the elder signs and save humanity with this kit from The Broken Token!
- Features 3 removable trays.
- Includes 5 large and 14 small adjustable dividers.
- Supports sleeved cards.
- Holds Elder Sign base game and the following expansions:
- Omens of the Pharaoh
- Omens of the Deep
- Grave Consequences
- Omens of Ice
- Gates of Arkham
- Unseen Forces
- promo cards
Outer dimensions: 12.97" x 10.05" x 5.71"
For more general tips on assembly, please read our Assembly Guide.
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The box I’ve been waiting for!!
Posted by Thomas McCrory on 17th Jul 2018
Preordered the box as soon as I saw the email. I have a few other BT products, so I knew the quality was going to be there. It was very easy to assemble. I used the instruction book, some, but followed along with the BT YouTube video on how to put it together. Then i followed the “How it Fits” vid to store it all.
I enjoy the ability to play right out of the box. The three token boxes are very nice and help keep everything organized during play. A little pricey, but hey, it’s not an insert. It’s a crate. I love it and I will always recommend it to any gamer who owns Elder Sign.
Great Product with some fragile...tentacles?
Posted by Edward B on 16th Jul 2018
I bought the Arkham Museum Crate with pre-order almost the moment I got the email announcing its release!
I have been waiting for this (and requesting it in the poll) every chance I get!
I decided to do do a little extra work and used a water based stain with green added to it to give it the proper Elder Sign feel to it. I even added red in the eyes of the cthulhu statues outside the museum! Even though I did have some issues getting eyes done on one statue I wish they let me upload pictures as I am really proud of how it came out!
Okay, so enough of the gushing.
The product itself it pretty well built. It was easy enough to assemble and I decided to follow Broken Token's videos for where they stored all their cards and pieces. The only thing that I noticed that bothered me was the depth of the slots that attach the inner compartments to the bottom half of the box. I was expecting them to be flush with the bottom of the box once assembled but they left a small gap. This is due the bottom being a much thicker board then the inner board. As long as you add a little glue to keep the bottom together you should have no problem though.
Since I stained and lacquered the box I also did a lot of sanding to make it nice and smooth and this is the one warning I would give. in order to make the amazing tentacle look of the compartments they are very fragile and when inserting the card slots make sure you are not pushing against them, or snag them when sanding, them or they will break very easily.
This isn't a fault of the box. In order to make it look that amazing it was necessary. It might be a little bit pricey, but it is well worth not having to keep track of 5 boxes for this game anymore.