You have all been wonderful. The amount of support I’ve gotten on both Twitter and this blog have been shocking.
So to give back, I’ve decided to do a series of giveaways while I am at 1,000 followers! The first in the line-up is my Steampunk Dice Package consisting of:
- 1 Eldritch Arts “Gears” Dice Box
- 1 Easy Roller Dice Co. Legendary Copper Dice Set
- and 1 Campaign Coins D20 Crit/Fails Copper Coin
All these products have been a complete shock in quality and utility at my table and have been the most popular products on this blog. I’m extremely happy to be combining them all (a $70 value) for one of you fine followers!
You have 4 ways to enter, and each entry you do will go into the pool that I pull from – so feel free to do all four.
- Follow, Like, and Re-tweet [This Tweet] on Twitter with #DTDGiveaway.
- Like my Comment and Share [This Post] on Facebook.
- Comment below with your favorite Gaming Accessory (Links appreciated!)
- Sign up for my Patreon at any level at all. It’s brand new and will be used for my third and final giveaway in this series – proceeds of new patrons during these giveaways goes exclusively to international shipping in the event of an international winner! I made my patreon page five minutes ago JUST to give you guys an extra way to win!
The winner will be selected on July 5th, 2017 from a pool of every entry (I HOPE that it’s gigantic, I want all of you beautiful people to be involved!) I cannot wait to hear from each of you and I am incredibly, vehemently, and unexpectedly grateful for your support.
40 thoughts on “1,000 Follower Giveaway Pt. 1: Steampunk Dice Package”
Hands down my favorite set of dice to roll. I love the way they feel. https://easyrollerdice.com/collections/metal-dice/products/legendary-copper-metal-dice-set?variant=21179186375
My favorite accessory is my iPad (https://www.apple.com), not just because I run my game on it, but because of the online tools I use for planning. Shout out to:
And now https://www.dndbeyond.com
-nudge nudge- My favorite in that aspect is most certainly: http://kobold.club/fight/#/encounter-builder
Favorite tabletop gaming accessories have gotta be from Wyrmwood Gaming. Their stuff is absolutely excellent.
This Wyrmwood DM setup is one of the coolest things I saw at Origins 2017. https://wyrmwoodgaming.com/product-category/products/game-master-screen-system/
While not a physical accessory, I really like Game Master 5th Edition by Lion’s Den
https://appsto.re/us/AQAi2.i on my iPhone.
I’m gonna second this! I use this app all the time in my games
It’s nothing new, but my favourite gaming tool is http://kobold.club/fight/
My favourite accessory would be any of my beloved dice sets.
Favourite accessory is. My home made dice tray
These dice are so awesome but so expensive!!!
Well I am not even going to discuss my favourite dice – I think you can guess that one already we’ve discussed them enough. Favourite accessory is actually the initiative tracker one of my players made me – laminated so reusable & enough space to track rounds, monster hit points, affects imposed and all wipe clean for the next encounter.
However I am totally in love with Dog Might Games stuff for me it’s that damn adventuers case – one day!!!
Congrats on 1,000, JB! Well-deserved!
Favorite accessory would have to be my Flume dice-tower from Hal Zucati. Collapsible, portable, well-made, and well-designed to promote randomness.
Here’s to your continued success!
i got a really cute dice bag from NiceThat on etsy that i use all the time !!
I like a nice, basic dice tray to ensure that my ‘hedrons don’t leave the table. I try to keep my rolling smooth, quick and efficient. Here are some good ones: https://wyrmwoodgaming.com/product-category/products/dice-trays/
Well… it’s a character sheet, indeed 😀
my favourite gaming accessory is my wyrmwood table tray because it makes me feel like i totally know what i’m doing even if i’m like ???????????
we both know you know what you’re doing at all times, dont you lie.
My favorite accessory hands down is my 3d printer. My Da Vinci Mini was around $270, and there are tons of free 3d model files for minis and dungeon scenery on thingiverse.com and shapeways.
My favorite gaming accessory would be a notebook, simple and not exciting, but as a DM my most useful tool when I don’t know the answer to something is to hold it up, and flip through a few blank pages until I come up with something.
Personally, I love the Elderwood Academy spellbook I got from their kickstarter.
I may or may not have one of those ready to review soon =D
I think my favorite gaming accessory is actually the binder of notes for the game. Important information of the character build, writing down the banes of places and notable characters, and something to hit the dice with when the rolls don’t go in my favor.
Reaper minis. Luv.
I enjoy running and playing in a game that is as hands on as it can get. Sooo when it comes to my personal favorite gaming accessory I chose Campaign Coins! So much so that for my anniversary and my husband’s birthday I Kickstarter’d about 300$ worth to help in the hands on currency in game. http://campaigncoins.com/shop/starter-sets/
My favorite is some dice bags someone made me as a gift
Congrats! This is a fantastic looking giveaway.
My favorite gaming accessory… can I pick my husband? Or the Internet? Because honestly, I don’t really use props or fancy dice trays or minis or anything, we’ve very old-fashioned (aka broke) when it comes to gaming.
Heya! Old school gamer LOVES the new DnD Beyond setup. I have been using it for some PCs recently. Though not yet complete (still in beta) it’s all kinds of awesome!
My newest favorite accessory is our buddies creation!! Link to the kickstarter is off their FB page. https://www.facebook.com/JBNightShadeCreations/
My favorite accessory is my Nightmare dice. Polished blackened steel with vibrant green numbers. They roll well for me. They truly are a Nightmare for my players! LOL!
My fav acc is my Star Wars Captain Phasma metal tin dive tray I made.
While I don’t have any yet, I love the detail and variability of Dwarven Forge terrain, http://www.dwarvenforge.com/.
I’m also a big fan of http://kobold.club/fight/ to design fights, and http://homebrewery.naturalcrit.com to design custom content.
Favourite accesories for me are the sets for D&D that we build with our group. No link since homemade 😀
My favorite gaming accessory is my dice bag. It’ was a souvenir gift from Sedona Arizona. I can’t find a listing for it anymore, but it’s a simple thing, plain brown. Just a cinch bag with drawstrings on both sides that has a snap flap over the top. I keep my dice in little velvet bags, but I can snug about 4-5 sets in the dice bag together, so it’s convenient.
Not exactly an accessory but indispensible.
My favourite accessory would have to be my custom red dragon dice bag. Named Halinaxus, after a dragon I spared during a recent campaign.
My favorite gaming thing I own, besides my actual dice, would have to be my dice bag. It’s incredibly durable, made from really nice fabric, and the owner of the Etsy shop worked with me on a custom order so I got exactly what I wanted. (It looks like it’s made from dragon skin. It’s amazing.) Definitely a hit when I joined my first IRL game, even if my now-friends poke fun at how many dice I own and how superstitious I am about them. 🙂 Etsy shop here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/CottontailKite
rats, I linked to my twitter, but I forgot the S on the end. It’s supposed to by vyrantiums, but I can’t figure out how to edit my first reply. Sorry about that!
I love dice. I have a problem. I have at least 20 sets. Probably more 😛
The only other accessory I love but sadly don’t have is a dice tower. They look so awesome! And will probably drastically reduce the number of times I accidentally throw my dice on the floor, which would be nice haha!
My favourite accessory is my notebook because I love to sketch session details! This is one of my own design, if that’s allowed – https://criticalhits.threadless.com/designs/adventure-awaits/accessories/notebook