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Stunning Metal, Sharp Edge & Gemstone Dice Sets

Cast your mind back to the first time you played Dungeons & Dragons. If your experience was anything like mine, then you were spellbound not only by the game itself but also by the mysterious and beautiful polyhedral dice, that came in all sorts of varieties of number of sides, shapes and colours. I was all of 11-years-old at the time, and rolling them was such a thrill… plus they came with the tacit acknowledgement that I’d graduated from mainstream board games and joined a secretive cabal of sophisticated RPG players, who needed way cooler dice to play way cooler games.

The beautiful polyhedral shapes that promise so much adventure!

After playing for a year or so, I’d just about come to terms with how cool D&D dice were when a friend went and showed up to a session with a set of transparent ‘gem’ rollers. My jaw dropped. I had to have some! This would have been the early 90s, and I was lucky enough to have a Games Workshop on my local high street, so the next weekend I marched up there and bought my own set. Yep, dice envy is most definitely a thing amongst gamers!

To this day I still collect new dice for Dungeons & Dragons, especially when I see a set that thematically fits with a new character or campaign. And I will never ever ever use a random number generator or simulated dice, even when I’m playing on a Virtual Tabletop. Don’t you dare suggest it!

As part of a series of posts on tools for playing the game, here is my mega-post on how and where to shop for RPG dice, with a selection of stunning stone and metal dice sets that make for the perfect D&D gift (and that includes for yourself!). The post contains some affiliate links too, and more importantly some discounts I’ve negotiated for Hipsters & Dragons readers!

What to Look For When Buying Dice?

Personal preference is obviously your driving decision maker here, and shopping for dice can be as simple as snapping up a set that looks cool to you! However, let me share a few ‘expert’ factors I consider when buying dice online.

Material. The vast majority of dice are made of plastic (with resin considered higher quality than acrylic), however in recent years both metal and gemstone dice have become popular, while you can also find glass, wooden and even bone dice. Acrylic dice are the most affordable (usually $8-15 a set), while resin, metal and stone dice are considered premium products, due to their higher material cost and might cost between $30-80 for a set of 7.

Size. The standard size of a d20 is 16-20mm (around 2/3rds of an inch), but they can be as small as 12mm across. I don’t mind if they are larger than standard, but 16mm already starts to feel a little puny, so I try to check the technical specifications when buying online (if I can find them!).

Edges. Edges can vary in how rounded, or not, they are. While it might be just a fad, those sharp-edged dice sure look awesome to me!

Font. I pay a lot of attention to both font style and colour, because the right combination completes a perfect set of dice. An ugly font meanwhile can ruin an otherwise beautiful product.

Set Composition. Typically polyhedral dice come in sets of seven, consisting of one d20, a d12, two d10s (that can be rolled together to make a d100… one of the dice is sometimes referred to as a d%), a d8, a d6 and a d4. This is to meet the needs of Dungeons & Dragons players, as they are by far the biggest demographic of RPG player. I’ve also seen sets of 11 and 15, which have two d20s and multiple d6s (useful for sneak attack!) or d8s (useful for Divine Smite).

Carrying Case. A beautiful set of dnd dice deserve a beautiful container! Sure, I can buy this separately, but if my set comes in a beautiful bag, case or tin so much the better.

Shipping costs. Obviously you need to factor in delivery costs when shopping online, especially if you’re not based in America.

30+ Stunning D&D Dice Sets!

Dice making has really become an art form in the last few years, perfected by independent retailers and artisans, and you can find absolutely gorgeous rollers if you know where to look… let me be your guide!

I’m going to divide this list by material, because that’s a key driver in quality of product and price. If you see something you like, take my advice and buy it! A lot of these sets are dependent on stock and may never be made again, and I’ve already seen a few beauties slip through my fingers.

Metal Dice Sets

Let’s start by having a look at some classy metallic sets. Metal dice feel heavy in the hand, and are best rolled in a tray. Most sets come up smaller than your average plastic or stone set.

1. Thunder of Dragons Hollow Metal Dice


There’s only one way to start this list and that’s with Awesome Dice’s Thunder of Dragons dice, which, not only look amazing, but literally chime with the sound of thunder (well, bells) when you roll them. These dice are significantly larger than your standard set, and combined with their intricately wrought dragon motifs and font, they tumble mighty-impressively on the table. If Dungeons & Dragons is your RPG of choice, then look no further for your new favourite dice set! Price $69.97 (but keep reading for a discount!).

Awesome Dice Discount: Awesome Dice have kindly offered a discount to my readers. Just enter HIPDRAGON10 in the discount code field when you check out to save 10% on Thunder of Dragons, or any other, purchase.

2. Dragon Egg Metal Dice

Sticking with the dragon theme, Dragon’s Eggs are a stunning range of dice sets developed by Misty Mountain Gaming, and available in a range of colours, including green, red and blue, as well as combined hues, like this stunning Sea Serpent set. They all bear the beautiful Misty Mountain font and they are larger than your typical metal dice. Money back guarantee and lifetime warrantee offer peace of mind on your purchase.

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3. Elder Runes Metal Dice (Blood & Gold)


Elegance and gravitas. That’s what I want from a set of metal rollers, and that’s exactly what this blood crimson and gold set deliver. The Misty Mountain signature font looks great on them, and they are just a perfect set for any fantasy RPG, like D&D or Pathfinder. They are standard size for a metal set, i.e. slightly smaller than your average plastic set. Come in an attractive metal padded tin. Available in some other cool combinations, like ‘Gold and Shadow‘.

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4. Triton Copper Blue Metal Dice


I love the shimmering blue inset below the smooth light copper mould of these dice, which make them such an eye-catching set. The font and geometric faces give them a bit of a sci-fi feel, and they would be perfect for a Star Wars campaign, or any other space opera or space horror type RPG. Very reasonably priced at $36. Shop on Awesome Dice’s website.

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5. King’s Arsenal Metal Dice (in 6 Colours)


I recently offered a new player at my table their choice of all my dice collection and they immediately reached for these eye-catching fellas that are as handsome as a guardsman in full royal livery. Reassuringly hefty, I also like the shorn-off edges on the d4, d6 and d8. After much deliberation, I plucked for Copper Blue (pictured), but I could easily have gone for Gold Black or the Blood-spattered Silver. Available on Only Crits for $44 (with a 15% discount for Hipsters and Dragons readers!).

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6. Thieves Tools Metal Dice w/ Tin Case


Another fantastic range of metal dice here, this time available in antique gold, brass, silver and copper, with no-nonsense, easy-to-read black lettering and Skullsplitter’s emblematic crossed axe logo in place of the number 20. What sets this apart though is the thematic ‘Thieves Tools’ container, allowing you to break out your dice just as your rogue breaks out their lockpick. Available for $49.99. Meanwhile, you can check out all Skullsplitter’s metal dice here.

Skullsplitter Discount: Skullsplitter Dice have kindly offered a discount to all my readers. Just enter HIPSKULL10 in the gift card / discount code field when you check out to save 10% on any purchase.

Gemstone Dice Sets

Stone dice are probably my favourite style of rollers. They have a wonderful weight in the hand, and are fashioned from bona fide gemstones, like obsidian, quartz, tiger’s eye, amethyst, jade, opal and bloodstone. Best of all, each set is completely unique owing to the varied colouration and veins in the natural stone.

7. Labradorite Essence by Only Crits

Easily the most elegant set of dice I own, these are the sort of rollers that will have fellow gamers cooing over the table in your direction. The overall colour is a more prosaic grey-green than the bluer tones seen in the marketing shots, but then catch the light right and suddenly you’ll see a single façade glimmer gold, turquoise and blue. The light seems to penetrate into the dice and find textures within the stone. Magical stuff! Shop on Only Crits who offer a money back guarantee, and a 15% discount (see below!).

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8. Amethyst Crystal Dice with Gold Font


Another stunning set from Awesome Dice, but this time hand-cut from genuine amethyst crystal. I love the layered textures visible in this set and there’s a mystical vibe to them that might suit a chronomancer, sorcerer or divination wizard. They would feel right for any gnome or dwarf as well.

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9. Green Fluorite Stone Set


Misty Mountain have an amazing range of stone dice sets, and they do their own labradorite (werewolf edition!) and amethyst rollers for example. But my favourite is their Green Fluorite set. The colour is frosty but not cold, the texture is layered but translucent and the gold fantasy font feels like the perfect complement to the natural stone. They look and feel like they were made by a dwarf master craftsman. Price $89.99 with free shipping in the US. Don’t forget your 10% discount!

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10. Blue Sandstone ‘Night Sky’ Dice


I confess I had no idea that a mineral as prosaic-sounding as ‘sandstone’ could be so beautiful, but do an image search for ‘blue sandstone’ and you’ll discover a precious stone that mirrors a a deep indigo night sky sparkling with a thousand stars. This set by Magiseven is perfect for any divination wizard or space traveller, and would also be a dazzling choice for a Circle of the Stars druid in your Dungeons & Dragons campaign. Affordable at $40.99, especially if you consider Magiseven deliver free to Europe, Canada and the USA. Click the button below, or browse all of Magiseven’s gemstone dice range.

11. Cat’s Eye Gemstone Dice


For simple and playful elegance, it is hard to beat a set of cat’s eye dice… so called because the gemstone reflects the light like a feline’s gaze, an effect known as chatoyancy. Magiseven offer three gorgeous hues of cat’s eye dice: light blue (pictured), royal blue and purple, as well as a distinctive Tiger’s Eye set. Their sets are very well-priced at around the $40 dollar mark, and they deliver free to Europe, Canada and the States. Great for any occasion, but surely a must-have for any tabaxi characters out there!

12. Blood Hex Stone Dice


African bloodstone is a precious gemstone with black, green and gold shades and distinctive red spots. This set harnesses those crimson blotches to evoke a practitioner of blood magic. They also make me want to roll up a Totem of the Lion, Leopard or Cheetah barbarian!

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Sharp Edge Resin Dice Sets

When it comes to plastic dice, resin is a more expensive alternative to acrylic and allows for a better finish and clarity on many designs. Indeed, some of the sexiest dice on the market are made from resin, and I especially love those cut with sharp edges. (Do bear in mind that they’re not as heavy as metal or stone dice, and for that reason they don’t feel quite so ‘premium’ as their counterparts when they are handled).

13. Heretics Glory


Bring the wow factor to your table, with these gorgeous, handmade rollers carved from semi-transparent resin and strewn with flecks of gold filaments that shimmer in the light. I love the moody foreboding look of these dice – while the sharp edges are no joke. I have a near identical set and the d4 could be used as a caltrop. Priced $99, but don’t forget your discount though!

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14. The Dice of the Scarab


If I could jump into that rippling turquoise surface of these Egyptian-themed dice and bath in it I would. The gold scarab beetle, that marks the number 20, represents renewal, rebirth and growth – so perfect for a cleric, paladin or druid. There’s something roguish about this set too… they look like dice a sly thief might have swiped from a pharaoh’s tomb.

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15. Prismatic Soul


These stunning kaleidoscopic sharp-edge dice just scream spellcaster to me, and this set is top of my list for my next dice shopping spree. The dice interiors seems to brim with raw magic and chaos and I love the way they catch the light from deep inside (making other dice seem mundane by comparison!). The clear white font prevents this set from becoming too whimsical.

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16. Saltwater Sharp Edge: Phosphorescence


Stop press! I’ve just found my new favourite dice set! Saltwater: Phosphorescence seems to capture the calming beauty of a Thai beach, with white sands mingling with the green and blue lapping waves. The sprinkling of stardust visible in the dice’s façades hints at a nighttime surprise – they glow like bioluminescent algae in the dark! Price, $46.99.

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17. Supernova Remnant

Another sharp edge set I couldn’t resist getting my hands on, these translucent dice live up to their name with their brooding nebulous quality. Their complexity and beauty seeming to reflect an exploratory cruise through a mysterious solar system, fraught with danger. I love the long thin presentation box they arrive in. Available to buy on Only Crits for $52.

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18. Celestial Heart


A mega best-seller on Only Crits, these purple nasties seem to crackle with arcane energy and scream wild sorcerer or warlock, or any other spellcaster hellbent on channelling dangerous power to their advantage. Comes with a lovely carrying case, and the Only Crits 30-day moneyback guarantee. Plus don’t forget your discount! Pick up your Celestial Hearts here.

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Glass Dice Sets

If you’re looking to one-up your fellow die collectors, then consider the simple elegant beauty of a set of glass rollers. Keep an eye out for prismatic (dichroic) glass dice in particular, which use NASA-developed technology to reflect rainbow hues over your table…

19. Prismatic Dice Set by Magiseven


If you love the play of light on glass, you’ll love this iridescent dice set which really do blaze from within with kaleidoscopic colours. The ever-shifting hues would make these dice the perfect choice for any wizard or sorcerer who tries to bend the maverick Fates to their will, or any Fey character or cleric of the Light. I own this set and they are amongst my most eye-catching pieces. Available from Magiseven for $69.99.

20. Frosted Prismatic Dice Set by Magiseven


What, you can get these bad boys frosted now!? Magiseven are back with another prismatic dice set, which if anything is more beautiful than their original dichroic dados. I’m putting away my pocket money for these ones. Absolutely perfect for a Rime of the Frostmaiden campaign! Available on the Magiseven website for $76.99.

21. Siren’s Song Aqua Blue Glass Dice


Themed dice can be a bit hit and miss for me, but these glassy blue beauties really nail the marine motif. The numbers of the d20, d10s and d8 are wreathed with tangles of seaweed, while the d4 sports a scallop shell on each side, the d6’s façades are adorned with starfish and each side of the d12 is decorated with a funky turtle. I actually ordered the prismatic glass set, and I’m very happy with them… but if I was buying again I might go for the aqua blue set (pictured above).

Misty Mountain Discount: Take advantage of the DUNCAN10 discount code to save 10% on all purchases.

Bone Dice Sets

Aren’t bone dice a bit macabre? Maybe… but they’re also damn cool! If your character comes from a society that worships their ancestors, or fashions trinkets from the animals they hunt (or enemies they kill!), then a set of bone shakers could evoke the right spirit at the table.

22. Ragnar’s Bone Dice Set


You don’t need to be Vikings fan to fall in love with this set made from cruelty-free layered bone. They look a little as if they’re made from wood, but instead of grain they have stone-like variety in texture, and are denser and heavier than wood. This particular set is MASSIVE, especially the d20 which measures about 35mm across. Great for bulldozing other dice out the way as you make your attack roll! $129.99 on Misty Mountain’s website (don’t forget to apply your discount… see below), and you can also buy the d20 individually for $29.99 if you prefer.

Misty Mountain Discount: Take advantage of the DUNCAN10 discount code to save 10% on all purchases.

Liquid Core Resin Dice Sets

Ok they might be a gimmick, but they are a very cool gimmick indeed! Liquid core dice have moving parts in the middle – a bit like having one of those vintage snow globes inside your rollers. Sometimes these ‘liquid cores’ are filled with cloudy vapours or glittering particles, but the best are definitely those with eyes that follow you around…

23. Reptilian Eye Green Liquid Core


What DM wouldn’t want a set of these creepy craps to freak out their players as they roll to hit and damage? They will certainly give an unsettling edge to your combat encounters, particularly if your party is fighting a dragon this week! I love the green set, but the legacy blue ‘ice dragon’ set is also extremely popular. Available on Misty Mountain Gaming for $59.99, with free US shipping and lifetime warrantee.

Misty Mountain Discount: Take advantage of the DUNCAN10 discount code to save 10% on all purchases.

Plastic Dice Sets

While glass, metal and stone sets make for perfect collector’s items or gifts, you don’t have to spend big to pick up an attractive set for your next session. As these scintillating acrylic dice prove… plus fanboys and girls can pick up some branded babies to roll.

24. Harry Potter Gryffindor Dice Set


I was a bit too old for Pottermania, but if you’re a fan of Harry and co. then these attractive dice will look great in your collection, and a nice choice for any Strixhaven campaign. They could also make a great gift for the Potterhead in your life!

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25. Ciri – The Law of Surprise (The Witcher Dice)


When I first tried to watch the Witcher I found it extremely silly and nonsensical and trying way too hard to be edgy and cool (and failing). But hey, I gave it some more time and now I’m an addict! These dice are made by Q Workshop from Poland, so you be pretty sure they are true fans of the series (based on the books of Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski). I love this white ‘Law of Surprise’ set (pictured), but you can find several sets on Awesome Dice, flavoured by your favourite Witcher character. Price $23.

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26. ‘Little Friends’ Transparent Dice Range


For a fun-loving set of dice that don’t take themselves too seriously look no further than Only Crits “Little Friends” range of transparent rollers. Each die has a cute critter within, such as rubber duckies (pictured), froggos, pandas or toadstools and is usually available in a range of colours. They are sure to raise a smile and provide some joke fodder at the table! On the other hand, if ladybugs, dinos, turtles, and penguins are too cutesy, you might shop for some of the grittier Little Friends. Android Gears, Wizards Phylactery and Compass Core are great choices for grognards like me who take their RPGs (too) seriously.

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27. The Abyss RPG Dice


You’ll be hard pressed to find a better looking 7 piece plastic set than these glittery critters that do indeed hint at the chaos and unknown of the abyss. Absolutely perfect for a warlock, this set should work well for any magic user, planes walker or star traveller. Bizarrely priced at $11.47.

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28. Elvenkind Translucent Blue Dice


This is definitely the most elegant set of dice I own! I don’t usually play elves because they’re a bit too ‘perfect’ for my liking, although I really like half elves (as anyone who read the Dragonlance saga as a kid will no doubt understand!), and this set just spoke to me. Another set made by Q Workshop and supplied by Awesome Dice, they are a little smaller than standard, but in this case it adds to their elven delicateness. The numbers, while beautifully elaborated, are a little hard to read. Price, $13.99.

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29. Emerald Marble Dice


‘Marbling’ is another look I like on dice, and this is another great basic plastic set that just looks so elegant while costing just a handful of dollars. But if these aren’t your bag, then you can shop Easy Rollers entire plastic dice collection and still benefit from the discount below…

Easy Roller Discount: Remember to enter HAD15 in the discount code field when you check out to save 15% on all purchases!

Silicon Dice Sets

Another new trend in the dice making world, these handsome rubber dice are somewhat bouncy and squish a bit under pressure (i.e. less painful to step on). They offer a muted roll, rather than a noisy clatter, and they are safe to roll on surfaces like your TV, if you use a screen as a gaming table.

30. Gray Silicon Dice Set


These off-white rollers are so simple and unpretentious that they make their own statement, while the similarly no nonsense black font make the numbers super easy to read. Just $24.99 on Misty Mountain Gaming, and also available in blue, black and purple.

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31. Ball Pit Silicon Dice Set


I’m loving the bright, candy-coloured swirls of this set, which can’t fail to catch the eye of your fellow gamers. Finding and repossessing your dice at the end of the session has never been so easy! They cost just $24.99, and if this particularly pattern isn’t doing it for you check out their rainbow edition and playground set.

Misty Mountain Discount: Take advantage of the DUNCAN10 discount code to save 10% on all purchases.

Dice Trays

If you’ve invested heavily in stone or resin dice in particular, then you might want to protect your new treasures by purchasing a dice tray to roll them in. Dice trays offer a soft surface that ensures your dice don’t get chipped, and also stops them falling off the table and onto the floor… a classic way to damage more expensive dice. They also protect your dining room table from getting damaged by the dice, which metal and sharp edge dice can scratch.

1. Easy Roller 11.5 Inch Dice Tray


This beautiful velvet-finished dice tray is one of the most popular on the market, and not only offers your dice and table unparalleled protection, but also is designed for noise reduction too… so you can still hear the DM speak as you make your attack rolls. Available in red, black or blue finish, I’d suggest picking the colour to contrast with your favourite dice set, for maximum visibility. $24.95 and comes with money-back guarantee.

Easy Roller Discount: Remember to enter HAD15 in the discount code field when you check out to save 15% on all purchases!

2. Wolf Dice Tray with Staging Area


I own this attractive and highly practical dice tray that not only has a padded rolling pit, but also a ‘staging area’ which offers a snug fit for your dice sets, turning your tray into a carrying case and rolling tray in one. The smaller size works well for me, because I play on a variety of dining room, living room or kitchen tables, which can get a bit crowded if everyone turns up to the session. $34.95.

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3. Awesome Leather Dice Tray


Unfussy yet elegant, and extremely affordable, the Awesome Dice tray is an economical way to protect your dice and it barely takes up any room in your bag, if you’re travelling around to play in person. Just $9.99.

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Dice Gifts & Accessories

Aside from the dice themselves let’s take a look at a few cool accessories that make for the perfect D&D gift!

1. Self Standing Dice Bags


Made from quality microfibre cloth, Easy Rollers range of reversible dice bags make for a great gift for anyone who has collected way too many polyhedral parts in their time. Each bag holds up to 200 dice and there are dozens of cool designs and colours to choose from, such as the green and black Cthulu bag pictured.

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2. Skull Mug with Horns (Filled with Dice!)


If I could choose to receive any gift this Christmas, it would definitely be this bad ass beverage vessel, filled to the brim with 80 random dice. I think every Dungeon Master would love to have this staring down their players from the front of their DM’s screen! Available to buy on Skullsplitter’s website for $79.99.

Skullsplitter Discount: Skullsplitter Dice have kindly offered a discount to all my readers. Just enter HIPSKULL10 in the gift card / discount code field when you check out to save 10% on any purchase.

More D&D Fun

Ok I think that’s more than enough words about dice for now! This is the second ever post in a recent new category Tools & Accessories of the game, so hopefully this section will get some more love in future. For now you can read out on the very best Virtual Tabletops for playing D&D online!

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5 Comments

  1. I love metallic dice, but the cost is usually prohibitive. Crisp, clean plastic dice are pleasant to roll, and I’ve always had a soft spot for Zocchi dice after watching the Colonel’s pitch on it. My personal favorites are my casino d6s. They’re large and have an altogether pleasing tacticle sensation, plus I know they’re the fairest of the bunch.

    • duncan

      Yep nothing wrong with plastic dice at all. On the other hand, I don’t think metal dice are out of reach for most people… if you consider what folks are willing to spend on minis and terrain pieces 25-30 bucks is not that much by comparison! Gemstones are where we get a bit more into the luxury item or special gift IMHO. Obviously all depends on the state of your finances and what else you might prefer to spend the money on…

  2. Highland Troll

    For those of us who don’t have 25 bucks, there’s always the Chinese online megastores… I bought several sets for about 2 or 3 dollars each and they’re actually quite nice.

  3. Treg Mallin

    For the sharp-edged, the gem stones or the metallic dice… what kind of surface do you prefer to roll them on?

    • duncan

      Hi Treg, the truth is that I’m not that precious about them… I happy to roll on the table. Having said that I do own a rather nice dice tray from Easy Rollers, which has a soft felt finish. You can also roll in the tray’s lid, which is a bit bigger.

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