Dammit you people are too soft on your dice! Shaming? Bah! In my day, this little failure would be boiled for fifteen minutes (possibly in the mac ‘n cheese water) and then dunked into an ice bucket. If it survived the hot/cold shock, we’d give it another chance. If not, OH WELL! Or take it outside and give everyone a round at it with the golf club. If you can find it after, it deserves a new chance. Not this wimpy shaming crap.
Damn you young-uns. You’re too soft. No wonder these dice keep failing you, you’re not teaching them right.
My dice cabinet. Over 5000 dice in them.
I meant to answer this earlier this week. Sorry for taking so long.
The only real roleplaying blog I follow is mydnd, and its more of a reblog blog than anything.
realgirlsgaming is also a reblog blog, focusing on women, but more all purpose gaming and less RPG focused.
Thats it off the top of my head. I would suggest checking out the tags area and looking for people you want to follow. I will tag this post for the tags you should keep an eye on.
Some things for a secret project >_>
I always suggest buying locally and supporting your FLGS (Friendly Local Gaming Store.)
That being said, if you dont have one…
Even Amazon has dice.
A beautiful die I picked up on Etsy. Robin does very nice work. I will probably purchase another one of these in red.
Id be afraid to roll it so not to damage it.
#dice#dnd#nottomany I want some more dice, but I think I love game night
Fabulous felted rainbow dice bag!
My pretty new dice. Including a Cthulhu die :D I’m so excited to try these babies out. Thank you so much thegeek531. They are gorgeous. Made my day to check the mail and see them there.
Wooo! Glad you like them!!
No matter how old I get, I will never stop playing around with dice.
The thing to know about Savage Worlds is that SW is a system, not a game setting itself. There are many setting books out there that use Savage Worlds however.
The system itself is very rules light and easy to learn, making it adaptable to virtually any game you want. One buddy of mine would convert every game he played into Savage Worlds. He said he converted Rifts to it and the game played awesome.
Plus the rulebook itself is only $10.
So if you want flexibility and rules light mechanics then go for it. If you want minutia and details and crunch, its not for you.