What better creature to protect your precious d20 dice than adorably fearsome dragons? These awesome Dice Dragons are the work of DeviantARTist Becca Golins of Dragons & Beasties. Becca handmakes each dragon using Premo Sculpey Clay.
When they aren’t guarding their d20 charges (or one of our 20-Sided-Suckers) as though they were priceless eggs, these wonderful dragons can double as beautiful gaming miniatures.
Visit the DeviantART gallery to check out more of these fantastic little creatures.
My baby girl needs one of these as soon as she gets old enough to role-play with daddy.
Some day, provided one of his two children is sufficiently nerdy, Ben’s kids will have their pick of these. They will have the /awesomest/ door.
Richard is home sick today from his job somewhere in a gleaming skyscraper in Dallas. As a result he would like a bunny.
While Richard’s nostalgia gland is generally considered, on average larger than is probably healthy, his sickness has caused it to become enflamed to the point that our manly man desires a soft and cuddly bunny. Apparently he had them as a child. They served to balance the weaponized bee bags and can top shuriken.
What is good in life? Why guides and encyclopedias to distant and non-existent lands of course!
While Richard finds Adventure Time baffling and strange, Ben loves it and is rather looking forward to the release of the "The Adventure Time Encyclopaedia (Encyclopedia): Inhabitants, Lore, Spells, and Ancient Crypt Warnings of the Land of Ooo Circa 19.56 B.G.E. - 501 A.G.E.". After all, who doesn’t want a couple pages from BMO’s owner’s manual and ancient dungeon maps?
For the more literary minded, we give you "the Compleat Ankn-Morpork: City Guide". The greatest city on Terry Pratchhett’s Discworld, the guide features a full size map of the city and a guide to major landmarks like the Patrician’s Palace as well as little-known, er, nooks like Dwarf Bread Museum in Whirligig Alley. If you love Discworld and Terry Pratchett, you probably need this book.
Can’t find a weekly group for your dungeon crawling fix? Need less story and more killing and looting? Look no farther. Super Dungeon Explore has you covered.
Grey and red plastic figures too boring? Break out the paints and make something amazing!
Dice are all well and good and Ben loves them, but you have to admit, a clunky plastic box is no way to keep your dice. Custom dice bags? Now we are talking.