Frosted dice will help RPG players stay cool this summer.
Dark Elf Dice already stocks a huge collection of the best role playing dice from the world's greatest manufacturers, so it's not often that our store gets a chance to add something new to our inventory. That being said, we've spent a lot of time this summer searching for new RPG dice and role playing accessories for our loyal customers.
During the next month or so, we'll be introducing exciting new products to the store. One of the coolest things we've just added though are Frosted dice.
Frosted dice come in eight new colors, and we have them all:
- Caribbean Blue
As a color group, Frosted dice are cast in soft, pastel hues. The dice aren't solid opaque by any means, nor are they purely translucent. Frosted dice are somewhat of an inbetweener -- a semi-translucent if you will. There are other semi-translucent dice on the market, but what makes Frosted dice truly unique is their cool, frosty finish.
Have you ever had an ice cold soda in a frosty mug? Refreshing, isn't it! The cold glass creates frozen condensation on its surface, and this same effect is mimicked on Frosted dice. Thankfully, you get the same frozen look without the ice cold temperature (icy dice wouldn't be too much fun to play with, and would surely melt after a marathon session of Dungeons & Dragons).
The frosted effect gives the dice a slight bit of texture, and helps soften, and evenly distribute the color across the entire surface. The white inked numbers show up beautifully against this surface, and as a result the numbers are clear and easy to read.
So if you're looking for something cool this summer, be sure to browse this newest addition to our Dark Elf Dice store. Frosted dice look so unbelievably chill, and the series is definitely one of the most unique that we carry.
Until next time, fellow travelers! Let us know what you think about the new Frosted dice, and tell us which is your favorite color. And always remember that life is an amazing gift, so be sure to make each and everyday an adventure :)
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