We love dice.
And since you’re a fan of RPGs like Dungeons & Dragons and Pathfinder, we’re sure you do, too.
That’s why we chose “Dice Love” as this month’s crate theme. Everything in this month’s Dungeon Crate is all about helping you roll.
Let’s dive in.
Leather Dice Tray
We dig a good dice tray, especially if you’re on a table or other surface that’s not friendly to rolling dice. But dice trays we’ve had before are a pain to haul around.
Enter this little leather tray from Binding Time. It snaps together to make a bag or dice carrier, then you can pull it apart and snap it back together to make a square tray. Awesome, right? Each one was handmade just for you.
Sometimes you just need to roll a d20. But sometimes you have a handful of dice (advantage plus damage dice plus bonus dice) and you need something more. Stuff ‘em into this Dungeon Crate dice cup and let them roll!
Plus, isn’t it kind of exciting to rattle those dice around and dramatically dump them onto the table? We think so.
We also love this dice cup from Koplow Games for higher level characters because rolling 12d6 with just your hands isn’t the easiest thing to do.
Green and Gold Dice
This wouldn’t be a dice crate without some actual dice. Each crate comes with a set of green and gold dice from our pals at Chessex.
Bad dice! That thing has been rolling too many critical failures? Lock it up!
Show that die that, unless it starts shaping up, it’s going to stay in there.
Or, you know, protect your favorite die by keeping it in a safe place.
Whether punishing the bad dice or using it as a cool carrier for a favorite miniature, we love this little dice dungeon from Advanced Deployment.
Potion and Heart Tokens
Sure, you can keep track of things on your character sheet, but where’s the fun in that?
With these acrylic tokens from Advanced Deployment, you can physically assign potions to players or keep track of health.
Welcome to the Carrionholme.
This hideout is home to a coven of three hags who have bound slimes, oozes and puddings to their service inside their partially submerged dungeon.
Designed for Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition and 4 level-8 characters, Carrionholme is a creepy, gross place where adventurers will have to keep their wits about them.
Adventure-a-week provides yet another excellent one-off dungeon crawl, this time complete with gross trophies, creepy enemies and deadly traps.