Gloomhaven Forgotten Circles Upgrade
Upgrade your organizer for Forgotten Circles! In addition to an expanded Status Token Tray, you will also now have a Summon Token Tray a Scenario/Objective Token Tray, and a Normal Monster Stands Tray. The Boss Monsters get their own tray, and there is a Rift Overlay Tray. These trays replace your existing tray B, F, and G.
You also get three new tuck boxes, Savage, Tracker, and Ashblade.
Lid lift note: The height of the organizer with this expansion is approx. 13mm (.5") taller than the height of the box.
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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 Gloomhaven by Cephalofair Games.
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Seamlessly Combine your Expansion into the Box
5/11/2019 5:16 pm
This is a great showcase of how well Broken Token can engineer and organize a game. The forethought and extra storage capacity of the original organizer means that all the new cards and the character miniature tuck box already had a space. A few changes to some of the organizers means that everything else fits into the box well and still makes for set up quick and easy. My one criticism is that I don’t feel like the large character tuck box was accounted for. It’s not on the diagram and as if the time of this writing their how it fits video is not live. So not sure what the intent is for where this box goes. Regardless this keeps everything else so perfectly organized and the new monster tuck boxes were almost worth the price alone.
6/21/2019 2:03 pm
As with the previous Gloomhaven Organizer, this addition/expansion is devastatingly close to perfection.
<br>The trays are set up for a player count of four. With a full party, four of the character tuck boxes are emptied, flattened and stored at the top of the box with the map tiles (though I still find this solution inelegant). With a party of two or three, there is no room for the additional unused tuck boxes. This was a problem with the original configuration, though it only mattered at player counts below three. The result is that some number of unused or locked character tuck boxes must be stored outside the box.
<br>Additionally, the normal monster stand tray is perhaps too exactly sized, requiring a very fiddly tidy-up so none of the plastic stands stick up above the rim, disrupting the rest of the pack.
<br>Everything else is quite good. The additional 13mm lift of the box lid is functionally meaningless with a box this large, and actually makes removing the lid a little easier.