I got the box home a few days ago, but haven’t had the time to look more closely at it nor its contents. I did an unboxing with photos, but I guess most of you have already seen other pictures of the game. Still, this might give you some more insights into the package and the components included.
The box is big and thick and a bit intimidating:
There’s an external slip cover with a “lid” that opens up to reveal more details about what’s inside. The lid is help shut by two pieces of velcro:
A shot of the box from the side, the lid open. I’m not sure what I think of the logo. A bit too metallic for my taste:
First edition, second edition and third edition:
The covers of all three editions in plain view. They are all good in their own ways, but I’m a bit sad that third edition didn’t do the spiky hair dwarf motive as well:
The slip cover. As you can see, the box itself is wrapped in protective plastic. Which is good, because the slip cover was scuffed and somewhat defaced:
Top lid of the box removed and placed to the side. First thing I noticed was a catalog for FFG’s other games:
The four rulebooks and two plastic bags of cards and counters. You also see the cards in different stacks:
Another view of the cards and a glimpse of the extra ten-sided dice. You might notice that everything is resting on some card stock that’s inside the box:
The card stock has now been removed, for your viewing pleasure:
Under the compartments of the card stock I found the character sheets, more cards, dice, plastic stands and the three player boxes:
Here are the three player boxes folded and “assembled”. The dice are standard size six-sided, shown for scale:
Here you see the box placed in my bookshelf (showing roughly 10% of my gaming collection). It looks really out of place there, so I might rearrange the whole thing, especially when more boxes are aquired:
Well, that’s my first unboxing!