This is a very slightly modified version of user GMBridge's token holder design found here:
I just reconfigured the template holder slots to make them individual holes so the templates don't fall over when you take one out. There is still a slot for the range ruler and enough holes for all the normal movement templates. As GMBridge's design, this holds 8 dice, a damage deck, a wide assortment of the most common tokens and has places for 4 small ships or 1 large base ship on the lid. A very cool design that I have made a little bit better for my particular use.
It's a large-ish flat print, so it likely would benefit from a heated bed or a raft. I don't have a heated bed and forgot to use a raft for the base. My first attempt came out pretty badly warped on the corners using a Fleks3D base plate but it still sits flat and holds everything just fine. Better resolution will make the lid slide in place easier, but the tolerances are pretty tight. You may need to sand the edges to get a good fit.
Sadly, I couldn't find the original model from GMBridge's design, so I had to edit the STL directly. I think this is not ideal, but it came out okay using Blender to edit the faces. I also ran the completed stl files through netfabb to make sure they were okay. There were still a couple of self-intersecting pieces, but it came out just fine using Simplify3D and/or Slic3r.