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Re: HQ Dice for USA & Canada!

PostPosted: Saturday June 15th, 2013 1:51am
by Decipher
knightkrawler wrote:Those trees are from the D&D board game. Really really useful for its parts, that game...


Knight, you gotta name of the D&D boardgame by chance?

Re: HQ Dice for USA & Canada!

PostPosted: Saturday June 15th, 2013 2:07am
by Sjeng
Dungeons and Dragons, the fantasy adventure boardgame.
I recently posted in two of the expansion topics. Tiles can all be found in our gallery. ;)

Re: HQ Dice for USA & Canada!

PostPosted: Saturday June 15th, 2013 2:31am
by Decipher
Sjeng wrote:Dungeons and Dragons, the fantasy adventure boardgame.
I recently posted in two of the expansion topics. Tiles can all be found in our gallery. ;)


Thanks Sjeng. And I thought I was done printing for the night! Dang it....... :D

Re: HQ Dice for USA & Canada!

PostPosted: Saturday June 15th, 2013 3:41am
by Goblin-King
Look at them! Look at them and laugh!

The one thing stopping me from buying the German dice (besides being kinda expensive) is the fact that they are plastic. The original wooden dice has a much better sound rolling on the table.

Re: HQ Dice for USA & Canada!

PostPosted: Saturday June 15th, 2013 11:27am
by Decipher
Goblin-King wrote:Look at them! Look at them and laugh!

The one thing stopping me from buying the German dice (besides being kinda expensive) is the fact that they are plastic. The original wooden dice has a much better sound rolling on the table.


Agreed. While I was at Michaels I was checking out their wooden products. I dont think it would be overly complicated to produce your own wooden dice. With the proper tools and paint, it could be done. I almost bought some but thought it would be above of my skill level.

Re: HQ Dice for USA & Canada!

PostPosted: Wednesday June 19th, 2013 4:18pm
by Daedalus
It would be cool to be able to buy wooden dice replacements for a better price, but alas, the skill level/required effort is probably beyond all of us. I'd be happy to be proven wrong, of course.

Re: HQ Dice for USA & Canada!

PostPosted: Thursday June 20th, 2013 9:06am
by torilen
viewtopic.php?f=58&t=1712&p=20463#p20463

This proves it can be done. These dice I made roll semi-well, and I have little talent for making
things like this. Anyone with a little bit of skill should be able to knock out a set of dice in less than
an hour...a lot less. Then you would need a way to paint them all the same. I'm sure an stamp of some
sort could be thrown together.