Blood Rage Organizer


Product Description

Be prepared for Ragnarök with our official Blood Rage organizer and keep your game from ending up in Valhalla!  Our most ambitious project to-date, the Blood Rage organizer not only holds all of the game contents, expansions and Kickstarter exclusives, but does it in a way that painted miniatures are protected during storage and travel.  Each miniature is suspended by it's base so it does not come in contact with other miniatures.  Each clan has its own player tray engraved with the official clan logo and name.  Separate trays hold the monsters and gods miniatures.

In addition to protecting your game, our Blood Rage organizer will tremendously cut down on setup and teardown times leaving you more time to vanquish your foes!

2017 Origins Award Winner for Best Game Accessory and Fan Favorite

This product is a kit that requires assembly. We recommend the use of wood glue (sold separately)

This is an officially licensed box organizer compatible with Blood Rage by CMON, LLC.  

CMON, LLC, Blood Rage and their logos are trademarks of CMON, LLC, 1290 Old Alpharetta Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30005.

The best for the kickstarter

A few months ago I managed to get the blood rage kickstarter and with this organizer all the content can be transported, I did not find any problem and I recommend it for the collectors.

Easily one of my favorite inserts.

This is an amazing utilization of innovation and creativity to maximize the space available while protecting the components. Everything fits just right, needed minimal glue for this, one of my clan boxes was very loose, but not bad overall. Only have 2 complaints, when I sleeved my cards they puffed up above the tray and without covers they can fall out. 2nd complaint is the painful reminder that I am missing the wildboar clan every time I move that empty box around... :P

Excellent design

The design for holding the minis in place in their boxes works very well. The little boxes fit in the game box very well. It was easy to assemble.

Great Product for Kickstarter Backers

I really like this, but I didn't back the project on kickstarter. Now I have 2 pieces that are only there for structural support and will remain empty. Can't complain too much though since everything else is perfect!

Great Organizer

This insert is amazing. It makes set-up a breeze. Handing a player a box that has all of their miniatures, bases and tokens is incredibly efficient. <br><br><br><br>The layout in the box is a thing of beauty. The board is held perfectly in place, and after removing the game board the rest of the insert looks perfect.

Great product

Love it! Everything fits in the base game box, even the sleeved cards! I used a nail file on some edges to prevent splinters

Well Designed and Visually Impressive Organizer (with some notes for miniature painters)

I must marvel at the skills required to organize all the pieces of a board game, and then design a system for holding all those pieces inside the original box. Not only that, but to also accomplish this feat with such an aesthetically pleasing look such as what is offered in the simple and elegant woodburned boxes. I bought foam inserts for other games, and even tried my hand at making my own inserts out of foam core. However each of these pale in comparison to this organizer. I am so impressed with the Broken Token organizer that I've considered adding another board game to my collection just for an excuse to get another BT organizer.<br><br><br><br>The instructions were clear, and building the boxes was simple and enjoyable (if you enjoy arts & crafts like I do). As an owner of the retail version of Blood Rage, there was more than enough room to hold my pieces. The boxes for the Kickstarter exclusives still need to be included in order to make everything fit as intended, but the only major drawback there for me is that it makes me wish I had known about Blood Rage when the campaign was running so that I would have been able to fill them with the other miniatures. I'm sure I'll find a use for the extra boxes besides gazing longingly and thinking of wolfman and his friends though.<br><br><br><br>Most of the pieces are held safely and securely in place. I say most because there are a couple of caveats for me. The tabs which hold the large monsters scratched off some of the paint around the base of my Frost Giant. However, this could be because I didn't put enough lacquer/varnish (hardcoat) around the edges of my painted base. I haven't repainted and refinished the base to test this theory yet, but I'm confident that a few extra layers of varnish will do the trick. I only mention this to inform anybody like me who paints their figures that they may want to throw on an extra coat or two of hardcoat since this issue is one of my own creation and not one inherent to the Broken Token organizer.<br><br><br><br>On that same token (hehe...pun), I also added some terrain effects to a few of my miniature bases (sand, grass, snow, etc). The slits which hold the pieces in the boxes are intended to fit the original bases of the miniatures, and so some miniatures with a base built up by terrain effects may be difficult to fit into the organizer. For the clan-related pieces this is not an issue as you can simply leave the colored rings on each piece, and they should fit nicely into the inserts. However monsters/gods may give you some difficulty if the base is built up too high around the edges. For me the Frost Giant was again the main perpetrator. I have done a little bit of modification on my snow effects and also my box in order to create a proper angle at which to store the giant. I had a small monster with a similar issue, but was able to rotate it so that a part of the base that was less built up could slide into the insert. Again, this is a result of my own modifications to the game pieces and does not affect the quality of the wonderful Broken Token organizer.<br><br><br><br>My tip for anybody that still wants to use battlefield snow, mourn mountain snow, or any other terrain fleck/effect on their miniatures is to use it sparingly near the edges in order to leave enough of a lip to slide into the organizer and keep any large effects like rocks or bushes closer to center in order to ensure a proper fit. Also don't forget that exposed edges of painted bases will probably require an extra layer or two of varnish to avoid scratching your paint job.<br><br><br><br>All in all this is an excellent product which I would enthusiastically recommend to anybody who owns Blood Rage, whether you be a retail owner or a lucky Kickstarter version owner. Being my first experience with Broken Token I can safely say that I am certainly looking forward to more products of this level of quality from them in the future.

Good insert, but makes you want to stain it

This is a great box insert, it takes a bit to learn how to load up the troops but its worth it. The only problem can be if your large mini's base starts to warp. It does cry out for a stain and lacquer though.

Amazing space saver

I absolutely love this product models fit great makes all the Kickstarter stuff fit in the box (wouldn't believe it till I saw it myself haha) the only gripe I have is the dwarf with the spear and Odin not really having a place to fit. I wish that was thought out a little better and didn't feel forgotten about.

Faster Setup and Space Saving

Huge mini games than CMON are known for should all get Broken Token inserts. It makes the game so much easier to setup. In Blood Rage, just give every player an army box, lay out the board and start playing. It's so much faster to get started now. Also, everything easily fits inside the box. I only have the 5th player expansion and no kickstarter extras or expansions, but there is a space for everything here.<br><br><br><br>I was a bit skeptical of the wooden lid tops but haven't had any problems yet so they've won me over. The only other thing of note is that there is a potential scraping of painted bases of your figures since your armies slide a base into a small slot to hold them in place, but I haven't noticed any damage to my figures yet.