Some companies, including DnDice, have dialed in their product to exactly what they want, and it shows. While hitting all the same high notes as their Ancient Dragon dice set, their Metallic Dragon offering gives a wonderful alternative in feel, finish, and color to their other offerings. Let’s take a closer look!
Most, not all, DMs choose to use a Dungeon Master’s Screen to keep their notes and obvious cheating (for the betterment of the game) hidden from prying eyes. Keeping the screen artsy, stylish, and useful on both sides is paramount. Let’s see how WotC’s new DM Scren Reincarnated holds up!
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. … Continue reading Elderwood Academy Review: Scroll Codex Dice Tower System
In the end – it is “Drop The Die” not “Drop The Accessories,” so back to our roots! The extraordinarily kind people at Kraken Dice have really taken extra effort to blow me completely away! You can see a complete unboxing video here Kraken Unboxing Video
It seems such a long time since we’ve gotten some Easy Roller Dice Co. love! These beauties have been on my list for what feels like ages – I’m happy to take a close look at them and help each and every one of you decide if the purchase is right for you. Let’s take … Continue reading Easy Roller Dice Co. Review: Rose Gold (w. Silver)
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 … Continue reading Elderwood Academy Review: Spellbook
How cool does that look? Today, we’re taking a look at one of the most sought after of dice accessories: the affordable and small dice tray! The gents and gentettes over at Aggro Box (or Aggro Boxes – both are acceptable I’m told) have married two of my favorite things – beautiful wood and affordable, stylish options! Let’s start … Continue reading Aggro Boxes Review: 5″ x 7″ Dice Tray
We’ve had a dice-heavy couple of weeks – but damn if I don’t still love ’em! This week, we’re checking out a completely new company, for this blog – Paladin Roleplaying! I stumbled onto these guys by complete accident – seeing one of their products listed on Amazon. I contacted Neil and asked him for … Continue reading Paladin Roleplaying Review: Antique Bronze (Bonus: Slyph & Slate)
So Darksilver Forge may not have many options available right now, but what they do have is uniformity and consistency. Today, we’ll be taking a look at their second “launch” set of dice: Cthulhu’s Gold. Let’s step right into the review.
Dice are my love, but Torm help me – I enjoy some well made coins. Campaign Coins, a lovely company out of Melbourne, Australia, has been on my radar for over a year. They are extremely friendly, helpful, and passionate – working closely with Geek & Sundry as well as many other companies to manufacture … Continue reading Campaign Coins Review: D20 Crit/Fails Coins
It can be hard sharing your hobby with people around the globe. Given the state of postal services now-a-days, there’s always the option to order long distances, but given shipping rates it’s best to be sure of what you’re getting into. So today we look at a product from across the pond from my friends … Continue reading DnDice UK Review: Ancient Dragon
We’ve done boxes, we’ve done bags, we’ve done trays and coinage and NOW… We tackle the truly ostentatious. We tackle the most iconically one-use item at your gaming table: Dice Towers! Let’s start inspecting the various layers to this parfait of wooden pleasure… I have no idea where that came from, but lets start our … Continue reading Wyrmwood Gaming Review: Complete Zebrawood Dice Tower System
Back to my truest of true loves. Metal DICE! A relatively unknown company to me I stumbled ass backwards onto, happily, is Darksilver Forge. We’ll be taking a look at one of their (currently) two metal dice options. Let’s dive in.
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 … Continue reading Dog Might Gaming + Easy Roller Review: Skull Dice Box
Important Foreword My expertise is the cold, hard, industrious feel of Metal dice, but I’ve always been extremely interested in the various options out there – both for myself and for you, dear reader. To that end, the weekly players of my D&D5e game pooled resources (not evenly, I bet) to purchase me this beautiful … Continue reading Artisan Dice Review: Druid’s Dice (Imbuia)
All of you know by now that I’m a huge fan of Easy Roller Dice Co – from pounds of dice to beard oil and everything in between. I’ve done several reviews for them and used dozens of their products in photo shoots and at my table every week. My constant flaunting of their fantastic … Continue reading Easy Roller Dice Co. Review: Gunmetal Color Comparisons
In honor of Norse Foundry sparking off their new and improved website, I’ve decided to publish a review of their flagship precision aluminum dice! The price tag on these are quite hefty, but before you make a decision one way or another, you need to be informed. At the end of the review, I also … Continue reading Norse Foundry Review: Precision Aluminum Dice
LOOK AT THOSE WHAMMERS! But seriously, being a certified dice hoarder – I couldn’t pass up snagging these monsters.
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!
There is no monopoly on RPG gaming gear, lucky for all of us. You’ve seen my take on the modern, very simple and clean design by Wyrmwood – so to contrast, we’re going to take a look at a more stylized and eye-catching product from the (very cordial) lumberjacks over at Dogmight Games.