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These Beer Dice Can Be the Life of Your RPG Party

These Beer Dice Can Be the Life of Your RPG Party

We use a couple definitions of parties in everyday language. One usually includes a rogue, a paladin, a warrior, etc–you know, an epic roleplaying party. The other either includes a magician or a beer pong table, depending on your age group. The geniuses at Artisan Dice have found a clever way you can (sort of) combine both definitions into a great time. Behold, BEER DICE!

These “Beer Dice” are made with compressed hops and set into a crystal resin. This allows players to see all the fibers and details on the hops. The dice are then inlaid with brass to give them a polished, fancy finish. First used in beer during the ninth century, hops are the plant that gives beer its flavor. And now, the material gives these dice their stunning look. We know we shouldn’t have to say this, but we’ve seen enough viral videos around the interwebs, so: please do not attempt to open the dice and drink them. Eww.

Having the best-looking dice at your next Dungeons & Dragons or other roleplaying game does come at a cost. You can get one d20 die for $53 and the entire polyhedral set for $283. RPGs are already fun games about creativity. There’s no reason the accessories shouldn’t be made with a similar amount of creativity…and that’s Artisan Dice’s specialty. I mean, look at these fancy exotic woods dice.

So what do you think? Are you going add these dice to your next game night? Let me know on Twitter at @donnielederer or sound off in the comments below.

Images: Artisan Dice

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