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D&D: Roll with Pride – WotC Unveils New ‘Progress Pride’ Dice

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Jun 6 2024

It is Pride Month and this year, WotC has teamed up with the creator of the Progress Pride flag for an amazing new set of dice.

Wizards of the Coast has a brand new set of dice for LGBTQIA+ Pride Month this year. Celebrating all sorts of queer identity, whether gender or sexuality, WotC’s new Progress Pride dice set has got you covered.

What makes them so special? These dice were made in collaboration with the designer of the Progress Pride flag, which you might recognize from the reacts or icons of your favorite Discord Server, and/or the sections of Target that aren’t too cowardly to host Pride Merch this year.

But while these dice are as gorgeous as they are gay, there’s a surprisingly limited number of them. So if you want to snag a set, you may want to buy ’em sooner, rather than later.

WotC’s Polyhedral Progress Pride Dice Set – Roll with Pride

These dice are available from Sirius Dice, and as is the case with most of WotC’s Pride campaigns, sales of these dice benefit the Trevor Project. So not only will you get these amazing dice, you’ll also help an amazing cause.

“We’re proud to introduce our new Progress Pride dice set, a celebration of diversity and inclusion. Crafted in partnership with Daniel Quasar, the creator behind the Progress Pride flag, each sharp-edged die features a different color of the rainbow and the Progress Pride flag is encapsulated in clear resin.”

As you can see, these were made in partnership with Daniel Quasar, which is excpetionally cool. Quasar created the Progress Pride flag back in 2018, and it has since become iconic. In Quasar’s words:

“[This] design forces the viewer to reflect on their own feelings towards the original Pride flag and its meaning, as well as the differing opinions on who that flag really represents, while also bringing into clear focus the current needs within our community.”

Back to the dice, though, for every set sold, $30 will go to the Trevor Project. But, there will only be 1,500 made in this limited edition set. So you might want to order yours online or head out to your FLGS as quick as you can if you want to make sure you have some of these for your next Tiefling Bard.


Author: J.R. Zambrano
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