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D&D Accessories: Your New Favorite Dice Bags

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Sep 18 2022

If you playing tabletop RPGs, you probably have too many dice. We all do. You’ll need a place to keep all of those. A dice bag maybe?

An overabundance of D&D dice is so common among RPG players that it’s become a joke in the community. Depending on the day of the week I may need the standard D&D set of 7, or a handful of D6s, or sometimes the proprietary Fantasy Flight Star Wars dice. Who knows. It’s a new adventure every time. Plus many of my characters need their own, special dice. This, of course, means that I need many ways to store my many many collections of dice. Luckily, there’s a dice bag for every occasion.

1. Extra Large Capacity Drawstring Pouch

Do you need a way to securely carry 300 dice and also organize them by type so you never grab a D12 instead of a D20 again? I didn’t think I did before I saw this massive beauty but suddenly I need way more dice as an excuse to fill one of these. If you’re the rare person who has one set of dice for every game, this may seem like overkill to you. But for the rest of us, this dice bag is just good sense.

2. Chainmail Bag

I am always so impressed by the creativity of things other than armor that chainmail artists can create. Coming in three sizes, the smallest can carry a completely acceptable twenty-one dice while the large can hold up to a hundred. The metal bag is sturdy but has such a specific fantasy aesthetic. Your dice will know their about to charge into adventure when they’re wearing their own chainmail.

3. Dragon Eye

This monstrous option may win the ‘Thanks I Hate it’ award for the day. But really, it’s strangely awesome, isn’t it? The dragon skin and eye are always watching over your dice, maybe to protect them, maybe to scare them into rolling well. Do your dice need to be scared straight? Maybe not. Is it worth testing out the theory to get this neat dice bag? I think so!

4. Dice Bag and Rolling Surface

If you love a multitasker as much as I do, you’ll want to check this dice bag out. As a pouch, it can hold up to seventy total standard-sized dice. But when you get to your game and unpack, the dice bag unrolls into a perfect round rolling surface. Protect your dice as you get from place to place and then your table when it’s time to get rolling.

5. The Mimic

Well this just looks like a totally normal dice bag, I see no reason not to stick my entire hand in there, an– OH NO! THE HUMANITY OF IT ALL! Or something. That joke will land with your game crew, I’m sure of it. And if not, the mimic dice bag is objectively hilarious and pretty cute.

How do you store your dice? How many sets do you have? Do you prefer a ton of dice free-floating in a big bag or a couple of organized sets for different characters and occasions? Let us know in the comments!

Happy Adventuring!


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