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Thorn Dice

By: on March 06, 2013
$27.20 - $85
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Pain, blood, Thorn Dice: you gotta pay to play. Meandering threads of contemporary CAD technology intertwine to form polyhedral dice bodies dotted with protruding thorns and varying numerical sequences that accommodate all pursuits of fantasy and probably a few gambling addictions. Chuck Stover's prickly die come as sets of 7, 3D printed in the buyer's choice of material, ranging from strong & flexible plastic ($30 and under) to the pictured stainless steel ($82).

Right now I'm showing my buddy Cornelius how Thorn Dice are less likely to prick you if you blow on them gently before each roll. No, Cornelius, I said gently. Geez, you're not trying to inflate a Gigantic Climbing Iceberg. Just a light waft right across the top of the double zeros. That's better. That's...haha, sucker. They're still gonna stab you if you pick them up wrong.

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Goth Angel Fantasy Figurines

Discontinued

I'm not really into dolls or fairies...anymore...but if someone wants to commission me one of Shadowsculpt's goth angel fantasy figurines, let's just say I'm not going to regift it along with the label maker from Elaine....

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Mixology Dice

$24 from Amazon »

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Personalized Lovecraftian Bottles

$93.02 from Etsy »

Pick your poison. Actually, pick two: a spirit to fill one of Orion Oddities's sick hand-sculpted bottles with; and a Lovecraftian beast to guard its contents. The Italian design shop molds the likenesses of Cthulhu and...

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Collapsible Dice Tower Storage Boxes

$37.61 - $43.95 from Etsy »

Basically Wooden gives you a few different tower options for stashing away your pregnant Lyanna Stark dice, honorable-to-the-death Ned Stark dice, raised-to-be-a-bastard infant dice, and Three-Eyed Raven Bran Stark dice...

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ZEI Time- & Task-Tracking Dice

$99 from Timeular »

ZEI time- and task-tracking dice have rolled--Indiana Jones boulder-style--past their $80,000 Kickstarter funding goal and, at 4 days left in the campaign, have collected over $265,000 in pledges. Now what I want to know...

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Ako Dice

Ako Dice are what happens when an architect gets his hands on the gaming world. Kacha took his architecture background to product design with a trio of Kickstarter campaigns. Here you see his latest and most successful...

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Kraken D20 Die

$14.99 - $119.99 from Shapeways »

When he's not terrorizing Nordic ships The Kraken enjoys a good game of Skulls and Shackles. So when 3D artist Nvenom8 approached him with a merchandising opportunity, the behemoth beast of the sea wasn't just willing...

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Boxwood Genius Hardwood Dice

$25 from Boxwood »

No pips? No pips?! Nope, no pips. Just the smooth, handsome richness of the hardwoods William Manke uses to craft his Genius Dice....

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Stargate Sterling Spinner Ring

$124.99 from ThinkGeek »

No, it's not a Stargate Spinner Ring because it was designed for spinners. Though if you meet an especially charming one, you can certainly give it to her, you ol' Daniel Jackson, you. It's a Stargate Spinner Ring because...

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Dice Rings

$19.99 from CritSuccess »

I'm from the Price Is Right generation. We like to roll the dice and spin the wheel. Also, I'm kind of into pretending I'm a 6'7" impenetrable warlord with webbed toes that assist me in making skilled water escapes. Also...

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The Miracle Cube Timer

$12.99 - $18.88 from Amazon »

Miracle Cube Timer? Haha, kids, more like the Miracle Cube Time-outer. Mama and Daddy are getting a new gadget to count down their workouts and number of minutes they must breathe deep and calm before freaking out. But...

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DrunkQuest - A Fantasy Drinking Game

$34.99 from Amazon »

It's Dungeons & Dragons for the boozin' 21+ crowd. DrunkQuest combines fast-paced card game mechanics with shades of the D&D fantasy world with a few 6-packs and a liter or two of Captain Morgan for a party game of competitive...