Represent Your DUNGEONS & DRAGONS Character with RockLove Jewelry

Dungeons & Dragons is the latest franchise to get the RockLove jewelry treatment. The jewelry company has made beautiful silver necklaces for a handful of character classes. And if you don’t see your favorite class yet, don’t worry. They have more on the way. With RockLove’s Dungeons & Dragon jewelry, you can now represent your favorite character class through more than just role playing. The cleric, bard, wizard, warlock, rogue, and fighter jewelry are all for sale. Prices range from $135-199.  

Two of the necklaces even have detachable parts. The cleric vial has a removable stopper that dangles from a silver chain so you don’t lose the small piece. The fighter shield comes with a broadsword that unsheathes. For the wizard, there’s an intricate spell book with jewels on its cover. It hinges opens to reveal diagrams and other scribbles one would likely find in such a tome.

Rounding out the Dungeons & Dragons jewelry collection (for now) is a rogue’s dagger and mask, the bard’s lute, and a warlock medallion. Along with symbols of the occult, the latter includes crystals representing the four elements of air, earth, water, and fire. 

Three silver necklaces representing bard, warlock, and rogue characters from Dungeons & Dragons
Dungeons & Dragons X RockLove

The company announced the D&D necklaces in a blog post that also mentions more are in the works. Druids, monks, rangers, and the others will have to wait their turn to buy a necklace. All necklaces come in a box made to look like a D&D book, iconic red lettering and all.  

Other licensed collections from RockLove include Studio Ghibli favorites like Spirited Away and a range of colorful Star Wars kyber crystals. There’s also a Pokémon collection. And Black Widow jewelry, among other MCU characters, Disney movies, and Pixar favorites. Whatever your fandom, you’re likely to find a piece that calls to you.

Melissa is Nerdist’s science & technology staff writer. She also moderates “science of” panels at conventions and co-hosts Star Warsologies, a podcast about science and Star Wars. Follow her on Twitter @melissatruth. 

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