Rising Sun: Shogun Limited Edition Crate - The Broken Token
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Rising Sun: Shogun Limited Edition Crate

$349.99
SKU:
GCA016
Condition:
New
Weight:
10.00 LBS
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These will be hand crafted in our shop, and will begin shipping one at a time as they become available.  If you want your other products sooner, please order them separately.

 

LIMITED EDITION:

  • Delivered fully assembled
  • 2 stain/paint options to choose from:
    • Ebony/Golden Pecan stain with Red/Gold paint
    • Sedona Red/Golden Pecan with Black/Gold paint
  • Large engraving with embossed symbols and letters
  • Corner protectors
  • Three coats of polyerethane
  • Hand sanded exterior crate edges
  • Numbered, engraved brass plaque inside lid
  • Limited run of 300


Shipping Notice: These will be hand crafted in our shop, and will begin shipping one at a time as they become available. Limited run of 300. Reserve yours today!

Nippon has lost it’s way, the Kami have returned and are displeased, help return your game box to honorable standing with an official Broken Token organizer for Rising Sun by CMON Limited.

The Rising Sun: Shogun Limited Edition Crate holds everything from the Daimyo Collection Organizer as well as the Rising Sun Core Box in one premium wooden crate. This kit contains all of the following, as well as a 1/4" baltic birch shell that holds it all in one place. Consists of 19 removable trays: 8 identical clan trays that hold everything you need for each clan and feature miniature slots labeled for daimyo, shinto, and bushi minis so there’s no guessing where each one goes. The clan tray bin holds all the clans alliance token, stronghold tokens, clan markers and monster bases. The trays can fit the Kickstarter exclusive upgraded strongholds and alliance tokens. Except the upgraded Turtle clan strongholds which are stored with the Kami shrine tiles in a separate tray. The 4 large monster trays feature the same acrylic spring clips to keep the minis in place. They are also labeled with the monster’s names and numbers on the bottom of their bases for quick and easy clean up. An additional small monster tray holds minis as well as monster cards. A single tray holds all the Kami Unbound miniatures and the cards. The 7 Lucky Gods have their own tray as well. The adjustable season card tray gives you the option to sort your cards by season or symbol set. The battle tray holds the political mandate tiles, political/war tiles, war province and war number tokens, this tray also supports the Kickstarter upgraded political mandate tiles and war number plastic flags.

Features:

  • 19 removable trays
  • Miniature storage
  • Supports sleeved cards.
  • Holds Rising Sun base game and the following expansions:
    • Rising Sun: Daimyo Box
      OR
    • Rising Sun: Dynasty Invasion
    • Rising Sun: Kami Unbound
    • Rising Sun: Monster Pack

 
Size: 13" x 13" x 9.25"

For more general tips on assembly, please read our Assembly Guide.

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This is an officially licensed box organizer compatible with Rising Sun by CMON, LLC.  CMON, LLC, Rising Sun and their logos are trademarks of CMON, LLC, 1290 Old Alpharetta Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30005. www.CMON.com

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-Delivered fully assembled -2 stain/paint options to choose from: -Ebony/Golden Pecan stain with Red/Gold paint -Sedona Red/Golden Pecan with Black/Gold paint -Large engraving with embossed symbols and letters -Corner protectors -Three coats of polyerethane -Hand sanded exterior crate edges -Numbered, engraved brass plaque inside lid -Limited run of 300 Shipping Notice: These will be hand crafted in our shop, and will begin shipping one at a time as they become available. Limited run of 300. Reserve yours today: http://www.thebrokentoken.com/rising-sun-shogun-limited-edition-crate/ ----Music---- Ishikari Lore by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100192 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ ----links---- facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheBrokenToken/ twitter: https://twitter.com/tbt_gaming instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebrokentoken/

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  1. If you're here you have some idea what you're in for

    Posted by Rob on 3rd Jun 2018

    I have bought a number of Broken Token inserts as well as those from other companies, and generally speaking I am happy with what they do, which is make games with complicated, messy setup and takedown into breezy, quick affairs. However, I should underline that it takes me a long time to get them assembled in the first place, because of family and scheduling, and with the more complex ones (which this one likely is, given the raw number of boxes it contains and some fairly elaborate ones within that) it could be weeks of one hour sessions.

    So for me the main thing that I am paying for with this crate is the fact that it comes assembled, which to me is worth the price of admission. It's also a very good-looking crate, although I also think the proposed "big box" solution (of putting the daimyo and main box inside of each other) creates a handsome storage solution, and one that is considerably more portable to boot.

    So:
    1) the organizer itself: Excellent. Gives you a faction box for each faction, and sorts out the gameplay bits in an intelligent, easy to store and unpack way. I would not venture to play this game in particular without it. I am not 100% sold on the plastic tabs to hold figurines, but I understand the need for people who paint them.

    2) The crate: it's attractive, and fits everything well. In and of itself, though, the Rising Sun faux big box would more than suffice for my needs, which are mainly to carry it to gaming nights rather than display it on a shelf.

    3) the pre-assembly: worth its weight in gold. I'm serious, these things are not that hard to put together but it gets annoying when it has to be done in small stretches over a long period of time, like I have to, and I wish I could pay for pre-assembly on future BT organizers minus the premium for staining etc.

    Anyway, overall very happy with it.

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