Make your tabletop gaming sessions a bit more magical by adding a special ingredient: Die of Newt! Hollow-form dice are becoming popular items in the RPG collecting scene, and our old friends at Mythroll Armory have responded with a take of their own. A scaly one!
Each of these handcrafted, limited-edition dice has a tiny newt crawling on all 20 sides. Intricately designed by a 3D modeler, each side is different and all dice are painted by hand. The tropically-themed dice come in nine tropical colors (red, orange, yellow, blue, teal, green, pink, copper or black) and all types (D20, D12, D10, D8, D6 and D4).
“Working through sketches and partnering with a talented 3D modeler we were able to design each die in the series,” says Mythroll. “We tested with various sizes and coated them in different pigments until we found a set of beautiful, eye-catching colors that reflect the beauty found in the wild.”
The crowdfunding campaign for Die of Newt is now live. Pledging to get the dice is a bit different than how Kickstarters normally work. There is only one tier available at 49 US dollars, but you decide what types of dice you get with it. Use the Pledge Calculator provided by Mythroll Armory to determine the number of dice and wooden cases you want, then enter them in the pledge form.
The Die of Newt campaign will be active until October 5, and the products will be shipped this coming January.
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