Today we take an exclusive look at their new iteration, aptly named “Bespoke Dice Tower System.” Let us begin!
Our (yours and my) relationship with Elderwood Academy has been rock solid since day one. They’ve been a remarkable company selling incredible products for a pretty fair price, so when they announced their Elite Series Hex Chests, I just knew showing one off to you guys would be a wise choice.
Is the new Elite Series worth the cost? What’s new? How is it different? Well, let’s take a closer look!
In the beginning, I had several companies in mind to work with. One of those companies I never believed would take any interested in my work at all was Wyrmwood Gaming. But it’s touching and thoughtful showings of their appreciation like this that still blow my damn mind.
Today, we take a look at the Custom Hero Vault!
I’ve decided to tackle a double review this week. After 11 days of CONSTANT camera issues and photography hang-ups, computer problems and project failures, at least I’ve finally gotten around to writing about two of my favorite products: A new Dragon Themed Pencil Dice Box from Eldritch Arts, and the highly sought after Iconic Blue limited run dice from Kraken Dice!
Why a fire-breathing dragon and a sea-foam kraken together? Let me show you –
You can plainly see from any dice bag in Mandy’s shop – she’s got not only an eye for artist flare but one hell of a set of skills. Without a closer look, many people avoid a $30+ purchase to hold their dice, particularly bags, but this offering brings a lot of style, design, and craftsmanship to the proverbial and literal table.
Let’s take a closer look at this unexpectedly creepy leather dice bag. (Creepy good, not ‘balding unfit neighbor watering your bushes with no shirt on in red gym shorts he had from highschool’ creepy.)
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You can all probably remember that I love EldritchArts a little too much. Gene is a really great and inspired guy, the honesty and care they put into their stuff is just… it’s great.
Last time I reviewed their products, it made a HUGE impact on their production. New additions were added to not only their smaller box, but other, bigger, products. Almost every issue I had before has been addressed in some fashion, so it’s no surprise that I’m incredibly excited to review the new offering from these guys: Their premium dice and pencil boxes.
Use Promo code: DROPTHEDIE15 to save 15% off any EldritchArts order! Holy cow!
“Dare to defy death in this adventure for the world’s greatest roleplaying game.”
This themed dice set was launched to help herald the coming of the Tomb of Annihilation RPG supplement from Wizards of the Coast.
The release of dozens of production shots and various artworks created a lot of buzz about these things before the dice were even on store shelves, but does it live up to the hype and is it worth your money? Let’s find out.
So, you sit down at your gaming table and pull the shoe box lid out of your bag. Everyone nods, they know the struggle. You roll dice, have some laughs, and enjoy a night of gaming.
So, you sit down at your gaming table and pull out a blue velvet bag nearly a foot long. You unwrap a leather and cherry wood etched and ornate scroll sporting the likeness of a dragon on the black leather exterior. You remove the leather and cherry wood insides and snap them together into a dice tray just as gorgeous. Everyone nods, because hell yeah. You roll dice, have some laughs, and enjoy a night of gaming.
I have a PhD in being an overtly frugal dude. It’s what made this entire venture of mine happen – i never knew what to buy and only a handful of people were reviewing things adequately. I wanted weights, measurements, pictures, discussion.
One of the companies that always impressed the hell out of me with the up-front information they’d give customers – almost as though they weren’t trying to trick someone – was Elderwood Academy, and one of their most explosively popular items has to be the Spellbook! Lets crack this gorgeous thing open and take a look.
There is a divide inside me. Half of me yearns for sharp edges, glossy finishes on polished metal, clean white inlays. The other half of me likes smooth, rounded, warm wood, vibrant messy colors.
So you can see why I both love and loathe this wonderful offering from Dogmight Games. Today, half of me tackles the Dragon Sheath
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Another premium product. Premium. The gents and gentettes over at Easy Roller have combined efforts with the mostly-lumber-blooded craftsman at Dog Might Games to bring this gem to life as part of Easy Roller’s ongoing “Rose Gold Dice” series (you’ll see a review in the future, trust me!). To give you all extra time to decide if it’s worth preordering/prepurchasing, we’re taking an early look at it. Onward, to the review!
We’ve seen offerings from Elderwood Academy and Wyrmwood Gaming but what if I said the name Eldritch Arts? No clue? Well, you’re in luck. I stumbled upon these incredibly helpful and delightfully cordial people by sheer luck, and I cannot be happier to showcase their dice boxes. Onward to the breach! Er… Review!
Much to my absolute glee, I managed to get my hands on an Adventurer’s Gift Set (a matching set of Dice Vault and Rolling Tray drawn at random through the wide variety of woods at Wyrmwood, the vault comes with complimentary laser etching of your choice). This time, since you were robbed of it before, I will take you through the impressive unboxing of this remarkable offering from Wyrmwood Gaming.
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Since I started reviewing products, I’ve had several companies on my mind – several families of products to fully experience – and Wyrmwood Gaming has been at the very top of that list. Ladies and Gentlemen, that time has finally come, and I could not have been any more pleased – let the review commence.
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Okay, you can’t have a name like “Drop The Die” and not have a literal bucket-load of dice. I have enough dice for every player at my table to have 2 full sets and about 15 extra D6s each. Why? Because I have a PROBLEM.
Finding storage options isn’t always easy in our hobby: minis, dice, mats, roll boxes, screens, pens, paper, books, more books, more dice, coins, pawns – it takes a toll on the available space one has to operate.
Well, if you, like me, have a lot of dice – I can promise you that Easy Roller Dice Co. Wyvern Dice Bag is an extremely worthwhile investment. Let’s get into the review!
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So the guys and gals over at Norse Foundry (Metal Dice Review: Norse Foundry Chainmail) have partnered up, in some capacity, with the marvelous artisans over at Elderwood Boxes to offer up some amazing long-term storage for your favorite dice!