Magic Night Organizer
Our Magic Night Organizer, compatible with Mage Knight, supports the base game and three expansions as well as sleeved or unsleeved cards.
This product is a kit that requires assembly. We recommend the use of wood glue (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.
- 13.54" x 9.61" x 2.62"
- 2 lbs
Due to manufacturing, printing, and edition differences box sizes can vary and may not be compatible with the version our kits were designed for. Please measure the bottom inside of your game box to confirm fit for the organizer dimensions listed above.
- Shades of Tezla
- Krang Character
- The Lost Legion
NOTE: Due to multiple printings some box editions are smaller than others. The French version box is known to be larger than other versions.
Not sure which box you have? Measure the interior of the bottom-half of the box and confirm that it can fit the following organizer dimensions:
13.6" L x 9.7" W x 2.7" D (345mm L x 246mm W x 68mm D)
Awesome organzer, easy to assemble
Now I can keep everything together in one box. Makes game setup a little easier with the trays.
Easy, comfy and seems durable!
by B. D.
I received it today, within the hour it was completely set up. Quite strong material, everything fits in nicely, and there is even room for more! Maybe a few more small dividers would have been helpful to seperate all the enemy tokens by color and expansion... But that is maybe my own problem!
Either way... Verrry nice, thx!
Good but not great, card identification an issue
by Joshua C
I purchased this organizer over a year ago and it does help setup the game, no doubt about it. Mage Knight is a heavy game to start with and you can really bog down getting started if you play just casually. This organizer helps the most in card separation. You can separate your heros, spells, etc.
However, this feature of card separation is also a negative for me. When the cards are full and you dust off the game for a play through, you spend more time than necessary searching for cards. Where are the Advanced Action Cards? are these Artifacts? This could have been alleviated with either partial tuck boxes, labelled dividers, or even an acrylic top of some sort. Even in the product video, you see Broken Token fill up the card section and from top down you can't tell what they are. This is a missed opportunity.
RESPONSE: Great feedback! Every bit of constructive criticism helps us get better!