Halfsies dice are the brainchild of John Wrot!, owner of Gate Keeper Games -- a small, indie company best known for The King's Armory. Halfsies dice started out as a Kickstarter project that eventually lead to the release of 13 unique polyhedral dice sets.
A closer look at the different types of giant dice used for role playing games.
Is bigger always better? When it comes to role playing dice, it just might be. For gamers looking to pack a punch at their RPG sessions, there are more options than ever before for oversized, giant dice.
series for instance), Lustrous dice will hold their own against any RPG dice on the gaming table.
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.
Helpful tips on how to choose the best dice bag.
What can be said about the lowly dice bag? When I first got into table top RPGs, I admit that I didn't give much thought to dice storage. It wasn't until I started accumulating a few polyhedral sets of my own that I found myself needing a way to safely store and carry my dice to a buddy's house for an afternoon session of Dungeons & Dragons.
Five cool RPG dice for gamers and collectors.As avid gamers and collectors here at Dark Elf Dice, we're fortunate to have lots of different role playing dice at our disposal. And like most of you, we just can't seem to get enough cool RPG dice in our greedy little hands.
Vortex dice are the latest Chessex dice to hit the gaming table.
When I first learned that Chessex was expanding its venerable Vortex dice product line, I have to admit that I was pretty stoked. But hey, I’m not the only nerd out there who gets excited over the release of new RPG dice, am I? I thought not, so here’s the latest on some of the coolest role playing game dice that I’ve seen come to market in some time.
Firefly DiceWhen Crystal Caste first released Firefly dice back in 2011, we knew they would be an instant hit with gamers. To say that the dice are eye-catching is an understatement -- from the day we unpacked our very first shipment, the Firefly dice became a staff favorite. We've been in the dice business for quite awhile, but quite frankly had never seen such unusual colors. We ordered the dice sight unseen (the dice were so new that CC didn't have pictures yet), and the Fireflies far exceeded our expectations.
Like most of the RPG dice we carry at Dark Elf Dice, the Fireflies come in a traditional set of seven polyhedral shapes: d4, d6, d8, d10, d%, d12, and d20. The etched numbers on each die face are inked in gold -- a good color choice that is easy to read, yet not so bold as to interfere with the underlying colors.
Firefly dice are available in four blended color combinations
- Purple and yellow
- Orange and red
- Green and blue
- Green and aqua