Last year Mythroll Armory introduced the Tin20, a sheet of thin metal that fits in a wallet and folds into a D20 die when punched out. The idea was to always carry a spare in case your original dice get lost. A practical invention at a cheap price, the Tin20 was a bit hit and sold out immediately. Now Mythroll is back with a new and improved model: the Tinhedral.
Tinhedrals aren’t just D20s — they come in all sorts of shapes for all kinds of tabletop dice. A full set has been created that also includes D10, D6, D4 and more. The metal sheets are thicker to make the dice sturdier, and the corners have been rounded to prevent ouchies when folding. The coolest part is that the dice all have laser-printed art designs by artists like Jason Azevedo of RealmSmith and Melanie Nead of Lonesome Pictopia.
Do tabletop players want the Tinhedral? You can say that again — the new campaign launched yesterday and cleared its goal in just ten minutes. Now the campaign is aiming to clear as many stretch goals as possible, and they’ve put a new twist on it: each one is a new art design for the Tinhedrals, and they’re in no particular order — backers will determine which one of them is unlocked next.
You can get a set of Tinhedrals for a $29 pledge, or $35 Canadian. A basic set includes 1 D20, 1 D12s, 2 D10s, 1 D8, 6 D6s and 1 D4. You can double that amount with a $55 pledge, and increase the number with larger pledges. The Tinhedrals campaign will last until July 5.