A few weeks ago, I wrote about Dispel Dice’s wildly successful Kickstarter campaign for their handcrafted RPG dice sets. Since then, my Twitter feed has been filled with lots of pictures of other pretty dice sets — which is a nice change of pace from the subject matter that Twitter is usually known for.
Handmade dice sets like the ones above can cost anywhere from $45 to well over $100. But I’m fairly certain that when your dice look this good, you’re bound to roll more natural 20s. — so it’s all worth it in the end.
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