There are Dungeons and Dragons moments that require you to roll a survival determining dice, the Castle Dice Tower is your trusted companion in those moments. Playing Dungeons and Dragons is a great test of imagination, it requires a certain level of creativity to proceed successfully. A game having two players; the dungeon master who serves as the storyteller, presenting the storyline to the second set called the players. A fantasy, pseudo-medieval world that requires that players describe how they would overcome scenarios presented by the storyteller. Their descriptions are judged by chances of success or failure, if it is the latter then, players will have to roll dices to determine if they will hit their opponents and as well roll again to determine their attack points.
Imagine you hear the dragon master describe The necromancers dark chant rise and a spell shoots towards you, here is a do or die moment you must roll a dice. You can decide to roll on a table, but the fantasy-inspired Castle Dice Tower is designed to boost your morale. As you roll, you hear the dice make echo between the tower walls, victory is near as the whole table waits to see whether you survive the spell or become a casualty.
Design of the Castle Dice Tower
The Castle Dice Tower is cut in precision by a high-powered laser engraver. Engraved by the sides with abjuration, to give it that ancient castle look, carefully adorned with classic Dungeons and Dragon motif. Over the Dungeon is the deeply engraved ampersand, in the tray space at the front is the magic circle.
The Castle Dice Tower is perfectly designed for tabletop gaming without occupying much space. It is 6.3″ tall, 2.3″ square pieces. The tray is also 2.3″ square. The tower portion of the castle can be folded into the tray at the base, that way, you can keep your lucky dice in it. It goes with you anywhere you like.
The Castle Dice Tower comes with a standard d20 dice, with so much space, a full set of dice can be dropped in the tower. At that moment when you have to roll a dice determining your survival, rolling in the Dice tower is an indisputable option. Rolling on the table, you risk the chances of you dice flying off.
You can also decide to repaint the walls of the tower into any fantasied and creative color you’d like. The tower comes in a bunch of flat wood pieces, easily coupled with a screwdriver and packages screws. Once it has been set up, it exhibits a firm, solid and compact look.
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