Mysterious Organizer

SKU: ORG076
$26.99

Product Description

You don’t need to be a psychic medium to divine that your game box needs some help. Spend more time solving the murder and less time sorting cards with the Mysterious Organizer compatible with Mysterium from Libellud Games.


The Mysterious organizer has 14 removable trays. Four separate trays hold the character, location, object, and story cards (both ghost and character copies). An angled double-slotted tray holds all the ghost's vision cards. One tray holds all the ghost's tokens (including the crow, culprit, and ghost tokens) and the sand timer. Another tray holds all the location progress boards and the clock board. The last tray holds the character sleeves, and houses 6 individual trays that divide each player's intuition and clairvoyancy tokens by color.


With The Broken Token Mysterious Organizer, your game box will be a vision of organization.


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.

No mystery here, the product is great!

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This insert is fantastic! Makes setup and take down so much more streamlined. Easily accommodates the 2 expansions.

Good overall- but be careful with piece 4A

Fairly good organizer overall. Convenient to have the removable trays. The only reason I can't give it that 5th star is because I truly dislike 1 piece in the design- 4a. It does fit the design well, but when you have a piece of that size (it takes up about half a sheet of the wood they use) it does risk damage- like snapping right in half. I've built 4 different box sets- King of Tokyo, King of NY, Betrayal (truly a beautiful design there!) and have not had any other pieces snap right in half (minor splintering, all easy to clean up and work with. I was able to put it together in a way that the tray it creates will hopefully never (ever) come apart thanks to a good amount of wood glue, but it still feels to me like a design flaw.