If I Could Only Have One More Set of Dice For the Rest of My Life...

Posted by Labyrinthian in ,

Just like most Gamers, I love dice.  I'm a man who feels that one can never have too many dice.  I own hundreds of dice and bring many of them each week to my group's game.

However, if I could only have ONE set of dice for the rest of my life I think it would be these beauties.  They come in different materials, but the ones I want to get are the ones pictured on the right, made of stainless steel.  

What is not to love about these dice?  They are excuiste, intricate, unique, and made of a strong and durable material.  

Well I guess there is one thing not to love about these dice...

They are F#%@ing expensive!  

Seriously, the Steel version costs $89.60.  The cheepest you can get is the white plastic set which can be had for the bargain price of $27.95.  

Brutal.  

But like the tittle says... If I could only have one set of dice for the rest of my life, I think it would be these babies.  One day they shall be mine!

Until then I'll just wish and drool. 

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4 comments

Wouldn't like to tread on them or keep them in my pocket! Very very nice though.

June 2, 2011 at 11:43 AM

They look kind of cyclopean...

June 2, 2011 at 4:05 PM

They look cool, however... with all those spiky bits I can't see it ending well should you ever use them.

Player: (cups hand with 3d6 spiky dice) now, to roll high, OW! Ow! (drops dice onto GM's dining table)

GM: Dude! Your barbed metal dice just pockmarked my table!

Player: Sorry! They hurt when I rolled them.

GM: ...and they gouged my wooden table too! What are they, lead?

Player: solid steel. They cost me almost $100, but I love them. (sucking on bleeding fingers)

GM: You paid $100 for dice that punctures your hands and gouges my table..?

June 2, 2011 at 10:17 PM

As far as I'm concerned the fact that they double as Caltops is a bonus!

June 4, 2011 at 12:50 AM

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