Fans of Dungeons & Dragons will love this boxed set of postcards featuring images from the vast catalog of D&D art. There are 50 different designs from various editions of the classic RPG. Each image is repeated twice so you can frame half of them, and mail the other half to your friends.
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Toronto artist ByCookieCrafts makes precision-cut geometric wall art out of wood. Among their selection of shapes are these 7-piece sets which look like RPG dice. They come in sizes from 2″ to 10″ tall, in black-stained maple, natural maple, walnut, or mahogany. We also like their Pokémon and playing card suit designs.
Spidermind Games developed an innovative production process to create some of the coolest-looking dice we’ve ever seen. Each one features a colorful marbled dragon’s eye agate stone encased a crystal-clear resin shell. Each set of nine dice includes a colored dragon egg for storage, along with a felt dice bag.
URWizards creates unique dice for role-playing games. You’ll discover new colors every time you roll these gorgeous pieces made from prismatic glass. They’re sold in a set of seven dice, with various D20 designs to choose from, including moon, triforce, unicorn, and dagger. They also sell a frosted version.
These unique metal dice from AKO have a modern look while incorporating a texture inspired by a dragon’s scales. Instead of round dice pips, numbers are represented with lines that mimic a dragon’s claw marks. They’re machined from aluminum and come in five colors. A 10-dice set includes a case/dice tower combo.
Ten Speed Press presents a fantastic collection of artwork and history from the Dungeons & Dragons franchise. The hardcover book includes over 700 pieces of art from the game’s core books, supplements, modules, concepts, and merch. A deluxe special edition includes posters and other bonuses.
D&D and Adult Swim present a great introductory tabletop RPG game, inspired by the insane multiverse of Rick and Morty. The set includes an adventure book, character sheets, rule set, a dungeon master screen, and a set of colorful dice. For up to 5 players, levels 1 to 3.
RPG and strategy fans looking for a fun addition to their table games should check out this clever 3D-printed dice roller. Just drop your dice into the top of this castle and they’ll roll out randomly onto the folding trays on the sides. Buy it on Etsy, or print your own on Thingiverse.