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Tyrants of the Underdark - 3D Printed Insert

last updated May 31st, 2024 — created May 31st, 2024

For each insert we create, we have a few standard design goals:

  • Reduce setup time as much as possible
  • Have separate component trays for "setup components" and "gameplay components"
  • Allow for vertical box storage without components crushing each other
  • Fit sleeved cards

This insert is for the first edition box and has room for the expansion decks. Each player gets a tray that stores all of their components and can be used as the Trophy Hall/Barracks during gameplay. There's a setup tray, a play tray for VP tokens, and a card box that can be used with our printable reference for each deck so you can grab what you need. Now the longest part of setup is shuffling the market.



Tyrants of the Underdark
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