Battle Foam Keep Your New Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower Goodies Safe

May 25, 2016 by brennon

Battle Foam are quick off the mark and they have already started work on a new set of foam and inserts for your Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower collection. You can see additional releases for the game HERE but here’s what they have so far…

P.A.C.K. 216 Warhammer Quest Silver Tower Load Out

First up we have this set which comes with the full Load Out Case and all for you to carry your Warhammer Quest miniatures (and accessories) inside.

P.A.C.K. 216 Warhammer Quest Silver Tower Load Out

As you can see it has room to fit in the tiles and the tokens below as well as all of the miniatures from the game. Additionally as well as space to hold the existing heroes they have also cut spaces for the upcoming adventurers that will get their stats in the new White Dwarf.

If you didn’t know already, Games Workshop are making it so that the vast majority (if not all) of the current heroes from Age of Sigmar should be able to find a place in Warhammer Quest.

Warhammer Quest Silver Tower Foam Kit For P.A.C.K. 216

Following on from that we also have this set for the P.A.C.K. 216.

Warhammer Quest Silver Tower Foam Kit for the P.A.C.K. 216 (Miniatures)

This has the same layout as the foam you see above but just doesn’t come with the bag. It gives you a sense of exactly how the pieces fit into the allocated spaces.

Warhammer Quest Silver Tower Foam Kit for the P.A.C.K. 216 (Components)

The fact that it also comes with all the room to insert the cards, dice, tokens and tiles is also a nice addition. Effectively you could just transfer everything over into a Battle Foam bag and forget the box – although I am somewhat strange and I love keeping game boxes!

Warhammer Quest Silver Tower Foam Tray

Last but not least is the very simple standard Foam Tray for the Silver Tower components.

Warhammer Quest Silver Tower Foam Tray

This is designed more for the key components of the game over the additional extras coming your way from Games Workshop. Added to that this is designed to sit inside the game box itself – so you’d have the tiles and cards underneath this in the box.

While it might look big it doesn’t cause too much disruption to the way the box packs and the lid still sits snugly on top from what they’ve said.

What do you think?

"...this is designed to sit inside the game box itself - so you'd have the tiles and cards underneath this in the box"

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