Here you can see the top layer of trays. Note the space left in the top left corner for the score sheets and the diplomacy markers.
With the top layer removed you can see the next layer underneath. Here you can see the four card trays, each of which is designed to work with quality card sleeves. We have used FFG sleeves in testing.
And this is the bottom layer. You can see underneath the score sheets, the wonder boards stacked on top of each other.
These are the main token trays, all the trays are made to be used during game play.
And these are the last of the token trays. These are designed for the small tokens that come with the Babel expansion.
The four card trays are made with easy access slots, and can be used in game to store the three different age decks. There is space for all cards to be sleeved with quality sleeves.
As mentioned above all the trays can be used during the game to organise the components and make access by all players easy.
The game rules and boards go on top of the insert, and act as a lid on them. The great project cards and the smaller expansion rulebooks need to be stored as shown so as to ensure a tight fit with the box lid.