Whether they be six-sided, 20-sided or a million sided, dice are a staple element of any tabletop RPG. So why not make them the entire game? That’s the simple idea behind Dungeon Dice, the product from Potluck Games that’s gone through three successful crowdfunding efforts already. Now they’ve launched a fourth, and it collects everything created so far into a big box. If you’d like to get started with Dungeon Dice, now’s the perfect time.
Dungeon Dice is an all-dice game of bashing monsters and finding treasure. Everything from monsters to weapons, armor, potions, and even levels are represented with dice.
It’s time to get Dungeon Dice in a box! This new boxed version of the base game will include the potion pack, the monster pack, the Thief die, 4 cardboard game mats, and some adjusted dice colors.
The box also contains Potluck’s fourth expansion, Dungeon Dice: The Lost King, which introduces new elements like a gigantic Dungeon die, relics, new potions, traps, and shrines.
If you pledge to this Kickstarter, you’ll definitely get the product you pay for. This is one of the most successful crowdfunding efforts we’ve covered here, with over $116,000 pledged for a $10,00 goal. Potluck Games claims The Lost King is their last expansion, but at this point, would you believe them?
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