Grimoire Deck Box, Cipher | Store 800+ Standard Size Cards
Artist: Joseph Y.X. Zhou
A handcrafted wooden spell-book style large capacity trading card deck storage (800 to 1000 cards) for mtg magic the gathering, yugioh, pokemon. A great gift item for commander, edh, modern players
Become Lord of Shadows and Mistress of Secrets with the help of the Cipher Grimoire Deck Box. Truly a sacred spell book, Cipher keeps it's secrets tucked away into the deepest, darkest corners of the night.
- Sized for ~800 double sleeved and 1000 single sleeved, designed fit the need for card players.
- Holds multiple standard UltraPro or Ultimate Guard deck boxes as a consolidated carrier storage box.
- Handcrafted wooden card game toy box using light weight engineered wood.
- Modern build engraved with a House Dimir sigil cover, designed to support the need of most Planeswalkers.
- Become Lord of Shadows and Mistress of Secrets with the help of the Cipher Grimoire Deck Box. Truly a sacred spell book.
- 11.8" x 10.6" x 3.5"
How are you storing your ever-growing collection? In the beginning, the fat pack boxes seemed to be a fit for a small initial collection. After a while, as one’s collection grew, one would graduate to the BCW white cardboard tubes. While those options could certainly protect your precious and expanding collection, but do they offer the look and feel that your card collection deserved? Imagine stuffing wads of $100 dollar bills into some plain cardboard boxes.
Introducing the Grimoire Deck Box by Wizardry Foundry, a deck / cube storage system designed to hold between 800 to 1000 cards. Made from engineered wood, the Grimoire offers great protection without compromising its portability. The outside cover material looks and feels like leather. Each edition has a unique cover art with fantasy game world theme.
While the Grimoire Deck Box was originally designed for standard size trading cards such as Magic, it could work with other card games such as Yu Gi Oh and Pokemon. Really, it is for everyone who has an appreciation for fantasy gaming. If you are running a D&D campaign and want to have something solid for your adventure, you can fit your character minis , character sheet, and game dices in this box. Gaming in style has never been made easier.
We recognize that you have many options when it comes to card storage and game storage. There are many companies that are building great products for our community. Some even use amazing premium material such as Oak or Rosewood, which costs hundreds of dollars. Wizardry Foundry wants to make the Grimoire accessible to gamers who are passionate about their game. We don’t want to take resources away from your gaming experience, but rather, we want to enhance it and make it fun for you. Keep playing, and be sure to game in style! - Play or Draw?
About the Cipher Design
House Dimir is the shadowy, manipulative guild of Ravnica that deals in espionage, smuggling, burglary, counter-intelligence, assassination and other illegal services for the Ravnican populace. The citizens of Ravnica actually do not know that the Dimir exist that they employ the tenth guild (citizens believe there are only 9 guilds). The guild is so secretive that even its own agents often do not know who they truly work for.
House Dimir was founded by the ancient vampire Szadek. Szadek was one of ten paruns that signed the Guildpact. It has a clause that keeps the Dimir secret. Szadek was the guild leader until he was caught manipulating other guilds’ members to kill Mat'Selesnya (parun of the Selesnya Conclave). The result of this was that House Dimir was revealed as a guild to the public.
The Dimir use mind-magic to manipulate their victim’s memories and necromancy to create minions to carry out shady missions, like assassinations. In Return to Ravnica, House Dimir is not officially recognized as a guild under Teysa’s non-magical Guildpact. However, it is still active under Lazav's leadership. Since the general populace now knows of their existence required adopting a public face, so the lower ranking members serve as couriers, investigators, reporters, and archivists.