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Contains 100+ random polyhedral dice in multiple colorsBrand-new, factory-first dice in mint conditionGuaranteed multiples of 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 20-sided diceGuaranteed to receive at least six different colorsComes with a free Wiz Dice polyhedral dice set in a velvet pouch
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117 Reddit comments about Wiz Dice Random Polyhedral Dice in Multiple Colors (100 + Pack) Bundle with Wiz Dice Pouch:

u/Zacharuni · 43 pointsr/IWantToLearn

Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set: Fantasy Roleplaying Game Starter Set (D&D Boxed Game)

$12 for this starter pack is a crazy price. This box has a really good storyline, prebuilt characters, and a basic set of rules that are extremely easy to get into. Best way to start!

Edit: Snag these too. That way you don't all have to share one set of dice!

100+ Pack of Random Polyhedral Dice in Multiple Colors Plus Free Pouch Set by Wiz Dice

u/berlin-calling · 26 pointsr/bestof

As a player and Dungeon Master, it makes me so happy to see /r/DnD making it to bestof more than once. :)

For those interested, the newest edition being released book by book right now is 5e (previously D&D Next when it was still in the playtesting phase). Player's Handbook (PHB) and Monster Manual (MM) are the only rule books out right now. The main storyline book out right now is Hoard of the Dragon Queen (HotDQ) and soon The Rise of Tiamat (RoT).

What you need to play D&D IRL:

  • D&D Basic Rules for Players and DMs
  • 3-4 players (PCs or player characters) is ideal
  • 1 Dungeon Master (DM), who runs the game
  • Dice (Wiz Dice is a good starting point if nobody has dice. Just buy the big bag.)
  • Paper and pencils
  • Optional: A battle mat (like this one from Chessex)
  • Optional: Miniatures (minis) to represent your PCs, NPCs, and monsters. I use dice to represent monsters in my games, because minis are expensive.

    If you want to play a D&D online tabletop:

  • Use /r/lfg, /r/roll20lfg, or their dedicated LFG function/forums to find other people
  • Roll20 itself has all you need to play the game - character sheets, dice rollers, built in webcam/mic, special view for DMs versus players, music, handouts, macros, etc.

    Shameless plug: My group streams D&D 3.5e (older edition) on Twitch almost every Monday night at 8pm EST. I also play and DM 5e, so I'm happy to answer questions about either edition!
u/Cats_n_Porn · 24 pointsr/DnD

This is the pack I purchased. Was expecting each die to be random, not 15 random full sets. I only wish I hadn't gotten 2 translucent green. A different type of red instead would have been ideal. Not bad for $20 though.

u/JustAnotherGraySuit · 22 pointsr/DnD

Yup. That's why the WizDice bag of dice is a much better buy. They're a dollar cheaper, and another poster recently noted they almost always come in complete or near-complete matched sets.

u/Walkertg · 21 pointsr/DnD

Ordered by increasing gratitude:

Gave you a bandaid when you cut yourself:

Covered for you while you went to the clinic (don't ask):

Bought and delivered new pants to you, on the toilet (again, don't ask):

Saved your damn fool life:

u/Taco_Strong · 18 pointsr/DnD

I bought this before the first time I DMed. I got 15 complete sets, a partial set missing the d20 and d12, and immediately gave away probably three of them. Then a few more. I think I'm down to about eight sets now.

No one wanted the pink dice, so I use them as the dice of shame. If someone does something stupid, I take away their dice and make them play with the pink set.

u/ImaffoI · 15 pointsr/DnD

I highly recommend NOT going for a chessex pound of dice as a new roleplayer. They do not come with neat sets and the spread over the different kind of dice (so your standard d6 then, d8,d10,12,d20 etc.) is very uneven.

I highly recommend a wizdice pack if you want a solid amount of dice. They are cheap, and come with mostly full sets of dice (i had 16 in one pack). So even for more experienced roleplayers this might be a better choice, or a great gift to new players as you get them.

Here are some comparison pictures from /u/Airos_the_Tiger :

Chessex pound of dice:

Wizdice dice pack:

u/arseneIII · 14 pointsr/DnD

I recently bought the WizDice random pack on Amazon and would highly
recommend it. Came with several full sets and several partial sets for only $20 or so. I also bought my players dice bags as a small Christmas gift, and was able to give each of then three dice sets and save several more for myself. The whole thing cost me maybe $40 for four people, although the dice itself was only half of that.

u/Lotronex · 13 pointsr/DnD

Because its so cheap, ~$20 for 100+ dice. Of the "random set" a lot of people get matched sets. That being said, not everyone gets them.

I ordered these too last time it was posted here. From the 123 dice I received, I got just 1 color-matched (opaque red) set besides the guaranteed set (radioactive orange), and was only able to make 2 other sets. The full pack only contained 4 d10s, but had 29 d00's. I was able to make a total of 7 sets out of all the dies, because that's how many d20's it contained (I used a sharpie to change some d00's to d10's). While the above is disappointing considering all the reviews I'd read, its still within the product description. The biggest disappointment was the quality of the dice. While a fair amount were pretty good, at least a quarter had visible defects, either ink outside the lines, or a few with barely visible numbers.
So, it's really kind of a gamble. If you don't like what you have, you can always head over to /r/diceswap and see trades you can make.

u/Notalec · 12 pointsr/magicTCG

All the dice you could need. Generally comes with at least a few complete sets, fairly basic colors.

u/coldermoss · 11 pointsr/dndnext

If you're just starting out, I recommend the 100-dice package from Wiz Dice. Even as a player, you'll find having multiple sets really handy, and the quality's a little bit better than Chessex's equivalent.

u/Skittlebrau46 · 11 pointsr/rpg

100+ Pack of Random Polyhedral Dice in Multiple Colors Plus Free Pouch Set by Wiz Dice

$19.99 on Amazon.

Not scientific means and standards knife edge quality, but far from junk, and you are promised to get full sets. They will even fix things for you if you get a bad batch.

Highly recommend.

Edit: Here's the link I should have added in the first place, but I was in a hurry and forgot to add.

u/Solleret · 10 pointsr/rpg

Your best bet for this is going to be your local gaming shop. They usually have drawers of sorted dice and let you mix and match whatever you need for like ten cents a die.

If you can't go to a local store wiz dice has good, cheap bags of dice.

u/Qunfang · 9 pointsr/DMAcademy

You could ask everyone in your party to chip in for a WizDice set of 100. Comes out to $3.33 ($4 if you're good on dice) and everyone can get at least one set.

u/LBriar · 8 pointsr/rpg

$20/lb, or $25 for Chessex.

I've seen dice seconds sold in bulk at Cons, but rarely online. I'm sure they're out there somewhere but you'd have to do some hunting. I think nowadays they mostly get remelted and recast.

u/KEM10 · 8 pointsr/DnD

I prefer Wiz Dice because they have less random ones in the set. I don't need a LRC and Backgammon betting die, just more d12's I'll also never use.

u/Skiffee · 7 pointsr/DnD

I do not recommend the Chessex bag.
Get this one by Wiz Dice instead.

The Chessex one often has messed up dice and rarely gives you full sets in my experience. The Wiz Dice one gave me 15 full sets and was two dice away from completing the 16th set. They're all good dice (no factor mishaps or anything like the Chessex ones include), and it came out to be cheaper than the Chessex bag when I did it.

u/lwwz · 7 pointsr/rpg

Stop providing ALL the necessities for every other player. I give one set of 7 dice to every new player.

I buy a pound at a time here:

I let them borrow my PHB for initial character build and 1 session, then they buy their own.

u/kcon1528 · 7 pointsr/DnD

Started Set

Bulk Dice

The starter set is a great way to introduce players to the game. I have never played it, but it comes highly recommended as far as I can tell. Wiz Dice is awesome. I got a bulk set for Christmas and it contained at least 10 complete sets. Well worth it. Good luck!

u/Jowobo · 7 pointsr/tumblr

Depends on how much goes into that pitcher, but I think you can get far better deals.

The Chessex Pound-O-Dice currently goes for $31.95 on their website, but if you check Amazon you can get it for $20.76. So that's a full pound of random dice, bit over 100 in my experience, plus one matching set of seven.

Wiz Dice does a similar thing with their Bag of Holding, which clocks in at $19.99 for over 100 random dice (though in my experience less random than Chessex') plus a complete set. They also offer their Bag of Devouring at $22.29 for 140 non-random dice, consisting of 20 sets and a bag.

And that's not even counting the amount of cheap sets from less known (possibly lower quality) companies that are floating around.

u/bfevans19 · 7 pointsr/Pathfinder_RPG

I can't speak for the Chessex Pound-O-Dice but I just bought this dice set a few weeks ago. I personally got 17 complete matched sets of dice, in 15 unique colors. The only defects that are obvious are painting problems that make some of the faces hard to read.

u/ezikial2517 · 6 pointsr/DnD

You should definitely start with a live tabletop game to get your hooks into them. Typing in a macro and rolling imaginary dice while talking over Skype isn't for newbies. That's for filthy addicts who need another crit just to get through the day. Myself included.

I recommend running a short, concise campaign that has a clear ending but leaves it open to further sessions. Build up a MBEG (Medium Bad Evil Guy) that they can capture or kill after 4-5 encounters including one 'tutorial', some overland travel, and 2-3 good puzzles. Drop nuggets about the world at large, and once they kill MBEG have them find a map/instructions/scroll that hints at his even evil-er master. This way you need a commitment only of two weekend nights (or one mega-weekend) to get them through a legit story. I'd recommend making them level 3-5.

In terms of cost, there's a few ways to approach it:

A) Pay money, but go the budget route. Get an erasable battlemat, a big bag of dice, some washers, and a gluestick.

B) Do theater of the mind. It's going to be a bigger leap for new players to get into it, and for you as a new DM, but you can still have fun with it.

I recommend 5th edition because it's so simple to pick up and play. The Proficiency and Advantage/Disadvantage system is SO much easier than the endless adding and subtracting of numbers I got used to with 3.5e. I never played 4e, but really as long as you engage them in a lively way hopefully it'll stick.

u/Gamegeneral · 6 pointsr/DungeonsAndDragons

I play 5th edition and all advice is for that edition. 5E is pretty wallet friendly if you don't get it all at once. Here's a bunch of stuff you can look at to help your decision, though not all of it is mandatory.

  • Number one, the cheapest, is to simply review the (somewhat limited, I'll admit) materials available on Wizards of the coast and start from there.

  • Second is available in the form of the 5th edition starter set. I own one of these and it comes with everything you need for a game with a group of friends. A criticism I have of it though, is that experienced players will probably destroy the module included with it. I'd just forego this option entirely if you plan to buy any other materials, but it's a very low risk purchase.

  • Third is just a player's handbook, which you really should own regardless of anything . The 5th Edition PHB has enough material to easily homebrew your own campaign with, but it will definitely leave you wishing you had more to work off of.

  • Fourth is any of the several available modules for the game out right now. Having only played Hoard of the Dragon queen (And it's direct follow up, Rise of Tiamat), I can say that with the exception of a long, slightly boring segment in the middle, it's a solid adventure all the way through for the players.

  • Fifth is the supplemental Dungeon master's Guide and Monster Manual, additional resources to help you craft better campaigns, but unnecessary until later. The monster manual should definitely be the first of the two purchases, in my opinion. I wouldn't even recommend the sword coast adventurer's guide unless you plan to specifically adventure in Faerun.

    So now that books are out of the way, let's talk figurines. You really don't need them, because ANYTHING can represent things on a board. But they're a fun thing to collect and use. BUT they are a great and fun thing to have. What we do at my table is have everyone acquire their own. I like to buy from Reaper Miniatures, but local comic book and hobby shops might have them as well. Make sure you have bases that are less than an inch wide (A square inch works best), because if you're using miniatures, then you're using a battle grid.

    Speaking of battle grids, they're also not entirely necessary, but they definitely help. This is a very reliable one if you take care of it and don't crease it too much. But the fun thing is, if you have a printer, you can print your own Battle Maps! Just set it to print a grid set to 1-inch increments and have as big or as small as a battle mat as you need. 5E technically uses a hex grid for outdoor maps, but we've always ignored that at our games.

    As for dice, I think it's the players responsibility to acquire their own dice, but on the off chance you just want to buy the things for everyone, I find a lot of enjoyment in picking through a Chessex Pound-o-Dice, or a Wiz Dice 100+ pack just so everyone has some. Plus, you never know when you'll suddenly need 20d6 for maximum fall damage!

    Other than that, just have pencils, paper, and a good way to keep notes handy and you're set.

    This is far from a comprehensive guide, and probably the worst thing you could do is buy everything or nothing right at the start. Consider asking friends or checking libraries for these books (And secondhand bookshops near you!) to save a penny or two.

    So, in summary, if I were starting out DMing and buying anything, it would be a player's handbook, a set of dice, and if I weren't confident in my ability to homebrew, I'd buy a module or a dungeon master's guide. But you can go further or less far if you like.
u/Gargathor · 6 pointsr/DnD

Wiz Dice has a 100+ dice bag as well, that has multiple complete sets with maybe a few extras.

u/zoken · 6 pointsr/rpg

My D&D group hovers around five to six players, and we often end up with someone using "spares" or lacking a matching set. We decided to pitch in for more dice, and settled with Wiz Dice's 1 pound bags of dice. Total cost came out to $43, for 32 different sets. Overall, we've been really pleased with these, and would recommend them to anyone who needs more dice.

u/falcon4287 · 5 pointsr/rpg

If I'm getting a pound of dice, I would rather go with Wiz Dice brand. Chessex just uses random discarded and extra dice, so you never know how many of each you're going to get. Wiz Dice pound of dice bag comes in full matching sets, plus a small dice bag that can carry two sets.

And it's only $20. Downside? It's not Amazon Prime, so there is shipping on there.

u/Impatient_Cow · 5 pointsr/magicTCG

100+ dice from Wiz Dice. I got 17 complete sets d20-d4 with only 1 "bad" die, it was a percentile die that the numbers weren't stamped deep enough. Tons of dice.

u/killersquirel11 · 5 pointsr/Pathfinder_RPG

I personally like this set -- over 100 dice, and at least for me they came in nice sets of 7

Here's my haul:

u/LittleHelperRobot · 5 pointsr/DnD


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u/po_ta_to · 5 pointsr/DungeonsAndDragons

Player's Handbook (Dungeons & Dragons)

Dungeon Master's Guide (D&D Core Rulebook)

Monster Manual (D&D Core Rulebook)

These books, dice, and a bag of Lego men is all we had on day 1.

The PHB has all the basic rules and lists the races and classes and walks you through building characters. DMG has info for creating encounters and building your world. MM is a giant list of creatures, info about them, and their stats.

If nobody has ever played dice games before and you don't have any dice, it wouldn't be a bad idea to just buy something like this: That'll be enough for everyone to have a matched set plus extras.

u/Zakreon · 5 pointsr/DnD

I don't know if you are looking for specific sets of dice but if you just want a lot of sets for cheap, this is probably the best dice deal you can find

u/brainwired1 · 4 pointsr/DnD

The Chessex pound-o-dice is nice enough, but I would recommend the Wiz Dice pack

Seems like it tends to produce more sets.

u/greanone · 4 pointsr/DnD

wiz dice pound

edit: formatting skills

u/fiiiiish · 4 pointsr/dice


Or apparently their new set that I just noticed series ii

I've picked up 3 lbs of the first link, came with almost always complete sets, with maybe 5 random extra dice that didn't match.

Edit, found a picture of the last [bag] (

u/vrihet · 3 pointsr/DnD

I'm getting a 100 Pakc by Wiz Dice. Most of the reviews put it above Chessex's Pound-o-Dice. It should get here tomorrow and I can let you know how it goes if you're still interested.

u/daestos · 3 pointsr/DnD

The method of sorting is one unique type of dice for each category. Categories are solids (top), pearlescent (middle) and clear (bottom). I also acquired many other dice of the exact type as well as a d30 (not sure what to do with that).

Overall I'm happy with the variety, but disappointed with the amount of complete sets; only the two that came in the small paux-velvet bags.

Edit: Link for people who are wanting to get a bag themselves.

u/lhxtx · 3 pointsr/DnD

You're welcome! You may also want to buy some more dice since the starter set only comes with one set. A set of dice looks like this:

Polyhedral 7-Die Opaque Dice Set - Blue with White

They come in all different colors. Try to pick a set where the numbers stand out from the body so they are easy to read at the table.

Or you can buy a big bag of random dice like this and share:

Wiz Dice Random Polyhedral Dice in Multiple Colors (100 + Pack) Bundle with Wiz Dice Pouch

Downside is that your colors may not match up. But that doesn't affect gameplay at all.

Edit: also forgot to say that if you have any DM questions feel free to send me a message to ask questions. I'm always here to help those new to the hobby.

Edit2: don't forget to download these rules for free and give to your players:

u/sevy85 · 3 pointsr/DnD

200$? Challenge accepted.

Buy the books for 100,76$

players handbook

dungeon master's guide

monster manual

To be fair, you're already set now. I would advise the players to also buy a player's handbook or at the very least download the free basic rules

If you need figurines you can google what you want, print them off and use them or you can use this from u/printableheroes and pay him 10$

You don't need an erasable battle map to play, you can just draw everything yourself but I would highly recommend it and it's not that expensive. just 21,66$

For the dice, just buy a bag of everything for 19,99$

you're now all set to go on epic adventures for a combined total off 152,41$

If you have any money left that you would want to spend, I would recommend buying the starter set, so you can learn how it is to DM before making everything up on your own. And at 29,99$ it's really a steal

This would bring your money spend on 182,4$

Allright we're 17,6$ under budget. You can use that to buy some drawing paper, pens and what not.

Then if you want to start DM-ing go and watch these videos, You will learn a lot from them. Also, if you want to start playing on wednesday, you're either going to have to read as a maniac or use the first adventure that u/mattcolville talks about in his first videos. If you make up a town with a few NPC's and have them travel there with an encounter (let's say wolves in a forest), you've already got a few hours playtime. However, you will all need to roll up characters which will also take some time. Especially if you are all new at this. Maybe use the templates from the starter set to get the feel.

Also, because they are fun, awesome and it will help you understand what d&d is and to grow as a DM, watch some critical role.

In the spare time you have left, contemplate on how much time you had before you started this awesome hobby and how you wished somebody else would DM so you could just sit down on a lazy chair and kill things.

Congratulations, you're one of us now.

u/Barantor · 3 pointsr/dndnext

Buy cork for counters like one of the other posters suggested, or even use things like othello counters or poker chips. Really anything you can mark on ("G is for Goblin guys, H for hobgoblin").

Buy a dry erase board and some markers/eraser for it, it is a bigger investment, but it can at least be used for other things later if you don't end up playing in the long run. Mine serves double duty for homeschool and D&D and I leave it unmounted so we can lay it down on the table we play on.

Buy reaper minis for just the player characters and any really big baddie you are going to face. This gives the players a little more incentive to play and a touch of personal flair. They should pick out their minis that best represent their character concept. If your campaign has a big dragon as the end boss, you could splurge and buy that model to bring out in the last of the campaign as an exciting bit.

Paper models are all over the net. You could even have a whole small village in paper models if you wanted, but make sure if you spend the time investment it can be reused later for other adventures. Generic houses and such are easy, but the "Bridge of Durkon Bronzeweaver" might be a little too specific.

Go on Amazon and look at bulk bags of dice, we bought the Wizdice 100 random dice bag for $20 and had enough for 17 players to have full sets if we wanted.

Really worth it since you could have the players pitch in a little bit and have a huge return in selection. Really nice as a dm too to be able to have different color dice represent different monsters.

u/chaos_47 · 3 pointsr/DnD

First came the chessex "pound of dice".

Then Wiz dice came out with their "Random Bag" (which people found to not be too random and usually was almost full sets, usually 15 sets, sometimes 14 and one incomplete, but only 1 was "guaranteed").

So then Wiz came out with the "Bag of Holding" with 20 guaranteed sets
This is the one I got and love.

Looking back into them today it appears that there are some new versions...

"Random Bag II" now with guaranteed 15 sets

"Bag of Devouring" with guaranteed 20 sets

u/logicalriot · 3 pointsr/DnD

Go big or go home.

u/Work_Suckz · 3 pointsr/DnD

Yea but it's cheap and easy. I got 13 sets of dice for $20.

u/Goliath89 · 3 pointsr/DnD

5e is a great system. Super easy to just pick up if you have experience with any previous editions. The starter set is great, though you'll probably want to pick up some extra dice since it only comes with the one set. The Lost Mines of Phandelver (the included adventure) is really well written, and I don't think it'll require any tweaking to make it age-appropriate for your girls.

u/RandomBananas · 3 pointsr/DnD

Hot Damn. I now wish I had an extra $20 laying around. I got excited just looking at the damn things on amazon.

u/chrislenz · 3 pointsr/DicePorn
u/PirateKilt · 3 pointsr/DnD

Extra Idea to bring along:

Bags and Dice so you can just give away a free set to each person joining you to play. Having their own dice lets people feel more invested in your game.

u/Dall0o · 3 pointsr/DnD
u/ObinRson · 3 pointsr/DnD

Got them in a Wiz Dice 100+ bag

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/boardgames

I like these better. My last purchase of 100+ "random" dice was 16 complete sets for $20:

u/Minnow42 · 2 pointsr/magicTCG

Sorry I'm late, but I also run a small club, so I wanted to give my 2 cents.

I've tried a few things, but my current set up seems to be working fairly well. At the end of each meeting, the players get to role a number of 'prize dice' according to how well they did. Then from what they roll, they pick the 1 they want. This way everyone gets something, and there is still an incentive to win, but even the worst player has a chance at the best prize.

The prizes I currently have are :

  • 2 Rares (These are just bulk rares. I put 2 of a color in a sleeve of that color. This allows the winner to have some say in the cards they want. This is the most common roll at any odd number.)

  • Boosters (If you roll a 20!)

  • Deck boxes (If you roll an 18!)

  • Various gaming dice. I picked up one of these and split it up into individual d20s or other combos.

  • d20 Spindowns I got on sale over the holidays

  • Some foreign language cards in packs of 3

  • 'Pick-a-Mythic' (This is the most popular usually. Its just a small binder filled with junk Mythics and I flip to a page and they have to pick 1 card.)
u/theWild-man · 2 pointsr/DnD

The WizDice is 100+ dice they only guarantee 1 full set of seven (d20,d12,2d10,d8,d6,d4) with bag, but most people receive 15 full sets of the 'random' 100 dice

I should note that you do not get to pick your sets. They are selected for you, but if you end up with what most people have you'll have 15 different choices in sets for just one ~$20 purchase.

u/shintsurugi · 2 pointsr/Pathfinder

These aren't as pretty as Chessex dice, but if you need a lot of dice for GMing, these are what you want. I ordered from them and got 16 full sets of dice. The one downside would be that they don't come in a nice velvet bag, but you can grab one of those yourself.

u/rainwater739 · 2 pointsr/DnD

I'd suggest one set per player, and two for the DM (a set consisting of one of each d20, d12, d8, d6 and d4, and two d10's).

Go online to amazon and buy a bag of 100 die. I ended up getting at least 15 full sets with a few random dice. For only $20 plus shipping. Seriously, its your best option as buying individual sets of dice run about $5 a set. Below is a link.

There are also free apps for smartphones that roll dice for you. While this isn't as satisfying as rolling physical die, it is cheap.

u/MegsDidIt · 2 pointsr/DnD
u/jonners710 · 2 pointsr/tabletopgamedesign

If you are in need of a bunch of colorful cheap dice. Check these out. I order some a while back got 17 complete sets of dice in 16 different colors. Well worth it!

u/cobaltgolem987 · 2 pointsr/gaming

Those are the Wiz Dice pack of 100+, right? I got some of them here for a lady friend and I and was very pleased with the quality.

u/felddy · 2 pointsr/DnD

I got mine on Amazon (USA). There are multiple sellers that may have different shipping policies:

You could also try directly from Brybelly, but I think they are more of a wholesaler:

I also found the WizDice facbook page that some more info, but mostly points back to Amazon:

u/ceeeKay · 2 pointsr/DnD

I have a big bag of these for my players and they are quite nice for letting them pick "sets" out (I have a handful of bags so they don't have to sort every time)

u/kalix13 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Your List

My List

I love Kevin! He is awesome!

u/sheisaeval · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/Amavin · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

omg dice...I love them because I'm an old school D&D geek and they make me happy...and sometimes kill me.

I love Kevin!

Crafting books make me happy

u/fireflygirlie · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I can't pick! I love all the helmets and swords (specifically this one and Pocky is like crack. The collection of dice is awesome cuz I love games and numbers.

I love Kevin lots!

If I have to pick something off my list, I really need a new laptop battery but my face needs eyeliner and I drink a lot of tea and water. Honestly, whatever you would pick would be great!

u/knockknockopenup · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I love Kevin and my favorite item is this

you can pick for me :)

u/Docey · 2 pointsr/DnD

For those who would like an op haul [Wiz Dice 100+ pack] ( I bought it and got 6 sets of matching colors and 7 other sets of dice. Worth the $20 and never have to worry about dice again.

u/Think-Think-Think · 2 pointsr/DM_FamousHippopotamus

If your short dice there are plenty of dice smart phone apps. There is nothing like rolling real dice though and having phones around can cause other distractions.

Here is a cheep bag of 100+ dice. Some of them may be a little off but the majority of them are good dice.

Here is an example of a possible wizdice spread

u/EdenSB · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

/u/MeishkaD said that my entry disappeared, so here it is again. I've deleted my previous entry now (after you said it disappeared), just to make sure it doesn't show up twice.


1.) Something that is grey. [Not on wishlist]

2.) Something reminiscent of rain. [Not on wishlist]

3.) Something food related that is unusual.

4.) Something on your list that is for someone other than yourself. Tell me who it's for and why. (Yes, pets count!)

This is for my classroom mostly. One of the projects the student's like to do is making board games. They like using various types of die, but when we made cardboard ones, they fall apart.

5.) A book I should read! I am an avid reader, so take your best shot and tell me why I need to read it!

I can't give too great a reference. This book is on my wishlist, as I've not read it, after all. It's supposed to be really funny though, with an interesting story. The downside is that getting the whole series is too expensive.

6.) An item that is less than a dollar, including shipping... that is not jewelry, nail polish, and or hair related! [Not on wishlist]

7.) Something related to cats. I love cats! (keep this SFW, you know who you are...)

These are pretty awesome.

8.) Something that is not useful, but so beautiful you must have it. [Not on wishlist]

I've wanted one of these for ages, but they're not useful enough to justify.

9.) A movie everyone should watch at least once in their life. Why? [Not on wishlist - I own it]

It's incredibly funny and almost everyone has seen the film it's based on. A lot of people have never even seen a parody movie, so it's a new genre to a lot of people and thus a new experience.

10.) Something that would be useful when the zombies attack. Explain.

A bit of a different item than normal. When the zombies attack, we're going to need to be well rested. Baseball bats and the like are common enough, but a good pillow is hard to find.

11.) Something that would have a profound impact on your life and help you to achieve your current goals. [Not on wishlist, as item]

A book about learning to become a Primary School teacher. After my current teaching job, I want to go back and train as one in my home country.

12.) One of those pesky Add-On items. [Not on wishlist - the base game is on wishlist].

13.) The most expensive thing on your list. Your dream item. Why?

Playstation 4. It's not on my wishlist as I think anyone would ever buy it, but more to remind myself that it's region-free and only $400 in the US if I can get enough giftcards someday. In my home country it's about $550. The why is mostly Kingdom Hearts 3 and Final Fantasy XV - both series which I've gained a lot of enjoyment from. There's also that some of my favorite series such as Disgaea are Playstation-exclusive.

14.) Something bigger than a bread box.

15.) Something smaller than a golf ball.

16.) Something that smells wonderful.

17.) A (SFW) toy.

18.) Something that would be helpful for going back to school.

(For reading digital textbooks on)

19.) Something related to your current obsession, whatever that may be.

Disgaea D2. My current obsession has been trying to convert my old Disgaea 3 save, which has 120 hours and my Disgaea 4 save which has 95 hours, so that I can use it on another PS3.

20.) Something that is just so amazing and awe-inspiring that I simply must see it. Explain why it is so grand. [Not on wishlist.. but it should be]

The toilet throne. It's amazing that someone has thought of it, if nothing else. Now you can feel like a Queen or King, while going to the restroom.


Bonus: Made in Oregon

Raffle: fear cuts deeper than swords

u/wolf9545 · 2 pointsr/dice

Just like /u/legendofhilda said you can Chessex or Wiz Dice "pound of dice" bags. I have bought the Wiz Dice (original version) and am happy with it.

Here are links to different ones:

Wiz Dice (original one):

Wiz Dice II:

Wiz Dice III:


Then there are other companies. Some say they include complete sets, like the ones above, and other say you get random dice.:

Monster Protectors:

Risky Actions:


You can also buy a Pound of D6's from Chessex:

Then there are the chinese sites like AliExpress but they will take longer to get to you:,searchweb201602_5_10152_10151_10065_10344_10130_10068_10324_10342_10547_10325_10343_10546_10340_10548_10341_10545_10696_10084_10083_10618_10307_5711215_10313_10059_10534_100031_10103_10624_10623_10622_10621_10620_10810_10811,searchweb201603_49,ppcSwitch_4&algo_expid=fed1d4cb-58d6-4265-9547-9b9ccec5312d-0&algo_pvid=fed1d4cb-58d6-4265-9547-9b9ccec5312d&priceBeautifyAB=0

There are probably others and you can always contact the different manufacturers directly to see if they can sell you bulk dice.

u/ypsm · 2 pointsr/rpg

> a one shot d20 based game that is lady friendly

Why do you think that most d20 one shots are unfriendly towards ladies?

Try the Wiz Dice pack; although its dice are supposed to be random, people say that they often include several complete sets.

u/eerongal · 2 pointsr/dndnext

Are you looking for bulk dice or fancy dice? because that changes things.

If you want bulk dice, you can get the chessex pound-o-dice or wizkid's random polyhedral dice. I believe the pound-o-dice is generally considered better, as the dice are slightly more well made (i.e. more balanced and such).

If you're looking for fancy dice, i'm pretty fond of artisan dice, though i've heard some people who had horror stories with them messing things up.

I've never purchased anything from Q workshop, but i have heard of them. They're fine for dice, as far as I'm aware.

u/pancakesareyummy · 2 pointsr/DnD

I would get a big bag of random dice for players to borrow from. Keep your personal dice seperate: you'll never get them back once you start loaning them out.

Practice making characters before session 0. It's a difficult thing to do, and the first time filling up a character sheet is a lot of numbers that don't have any context. I always tell my players they will have the option to re-make characters, so that the initial stakes are low. Give them a chance to explain their character to the group.

Start with a simple, quick quest that has tangible rewards. Something they can achieve in one session- kidnapped children is usually a decent hook. Throw in a simple puzzle for them to figure out, and be sure to pile on the rewards. An NPC companion healer to prevent them from dying can stave off a lot of frustration- you don't want anyone having to sit out of the action on their first session.

It can be frustrating to DM, especially when you're just starting out- but you set the tone. Praise their choices. Laugh. Take your time. Take breaks. Have a water bottle or two, you'll be talking a lot.

u/GuitarShirt · 2 pointsr/Pathfinder_RPG
  1. I personally prefer to use a Paizo Flip Map and draw on it using Retractable Dry Erase Markers. These are relatively cheap and there are options that have terrain/buildings on them instead of the basic one linked. In one of my groups, we have a couple of us who meet in person and two people who moved to the other coast. What we do is setup a roll20 session and display that on a computer monitor locally.
  2. Dice, pencils, character sheets, and rulebooks. As a GM, I have a pound of dice (I personally went with Chessex but others on here have loved WizDice) and a bunch of mechanical pencils I bring to every session. In my experience, someone will forget something (or doesn't have enough d8s for their full attack) so having those on hand works well.
  3. I do not recommend actually reading the core rulebook. I would recommend they only look through the rules required for the character they are building. For GMing I recommend this list. This list can be shortened for players (removing creating adversaries and whatnot). Players should be familiar with their class abilities, moving, basic combat, skills, etc. Since it sounds like you've GM'd before, I expect you're familiar enough with the rules that if something comes up the players don't know then you can help them figure it out.
  4. In person: pencil and paper. I've used HeroLab in the past but even then I copied the character to a hand written sheet.
  5. I bought mine a long while back and went with the D&D 4e Characters (Example Set). Looking at the prices on Amazon, I definitely don't recommend that now. If you have a decently sized hobby/gaming shop in town, I would walk through it and see what you find. That's how I found the 4e figures.
u/HeloRising · 2 pointsr/rpg

What I would recommend is looking online at WizKid's $20 assortment. The assortments tend to be pretty good, you can look around /r/diceporn for various unboxing pics, they tend to give you several complete sets.

If the cost is scary, talk to your gaming group and ask if they feel like chipping in for the cost in exchange for (potentially) a new set of dice for a few bucks.

You're gambling with what you get but when I bought mine, I got some great dice and it seems like most people who buy it tend to get really nice sets.

u/HedgehogKnits · 2 pointsr/DnD

The question becomes, how fancy do you want to go?
If you want just some nice stuff, Chessex dice your local game store for the rest. ( )
or (Bag o' Dice, lots of sets)
If you want fancier things;
Dice: (though some people have said that it's on the iffy side in terms of pure quality.)

Dice towers: (also carry rolling trays)

Rolling trays:
etsy, just search "rolling trays" or "dice towers" they have a lot of different stuff.


Other: (cards for all the spells in the game, a good way to keep everything near and you don't constantly have to look in the book because you have the spells in front of you) (purely a reference source for all sorts of things) (another place to look for cool dice)

Hope that gets you started

u/number75 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

As it turns out, this spatula is the cheapest thing in my entire wishlist. Go figure.

As for the higher price item I want, I figured that I'd leave it to the fates and you, /u/tinyblondehuman, to decide. I'd like either a 100 plus set of dice or this here plastic model kit.

Thanks for running this contest!

u/ScoobySniper74 · 2 pointsr/dndnext

If the entire group is using the same set of dice that can really slow down the pace. One set of dice goes for like no more than $4 at any kind of comic and games shop and there are good deals online like this.

Don't be afraid to end the session mid-adventure. Try your best to avoid ending it mid-combat, but other than that feel free to end it at any time really. Good stopping points are right before/after combat or right before/after a short/long rest. Make sure to just write everything down if you end before a long rest - things like HP/Hit Die/Spell Slots and Class/Feat specific resources like Ki and Superiority Dice. Also make sure to prep the beginning of the next adventure if you end towards the end an adventure.

u/LordQuorthon · 2 pointsr/DnD

The beginner's box is cheap but, if you want to play FOR FREE, it is entirely possible to do so using the free ruleset that has already been mentioned and linked and a dice rolling app on your phone, tablet or computer. The free ruleset has less races and classes, but it's still enough to keep you and your friends hooked for months.

If you feel like this is your thing, then you and your friends can save up and get the core books and maybe even Wiz Dice's Bag of Dice and you will be set for pretty much as long as you'll ever want. After that, getting pre-made adventures, new settings or even new editions will be entirely up to whether you feel like spending more money or not.

u/kaloPA · 2 pointsr/DnD

If you are in Europe Amazon UK

If you are in North America

u/REdEnt · 2 pointsr/boardgames

If you're looking to add some pen and paper rpg, DnD 5e is pretty cheap to get a good starting point.

You could honestly run a good game with just the starter set (it includes one of my favorite starter campaigns, very good for new players). It's just around $13.

But a pretty necessary purchase, especially if you want a bit more for your players to work with. You can get that for $30.

If you want to give your DM a bit more to work with the Monter Manual (~$27) and the Dungeon Master's Guide (~$28) are a must.

Dice are pretty cheap too if you want to get a few sets for the club or enough for you're players to take some home. (The starter set comes with one set of dice)

u/revmamacrystal · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Tyara, I'm not used to the username yet

/u/potatoAssassin always makes laugh. The username, the witty comebacks always put a smile on my face.

And should have Dice

u/Shabop · 1 pointr/mattcolville

You only really need one PHB. Normally my first sessions start with character building. Just pass the PHB around. The people who aren't making their characters should be thinking about what they want to play. Bring notecards so players can write down their more complicated abilities and spells. The only awkwardness will happen if multiple people need to look up spells or abilities. Alternatively, if your players are willing to spend a little money (maybe $10-$15) they can buy the class options they want piecemeal from D&D beyond. Even if you just use the free basic rules, they can still use the character builder.

Sharing dice will probably slow down the game more than sharing books. If you've got 20 bucks to spare, you should check out this dice bundle from Wiz Dice. When I got mine I got around 16 full matching sets.

Besides that, the rules for what a player can do an their turn in combat are worth printing.

u/monoblue · 1 pointr/DnD

90+% of these dice are either White Numbers on Dark Dice or Black Numbers on Light Dice. Nice and high contrast (except that small possibility of the Gold on Pearl set).

u/Tim_Burton · 1 pointr/DnD

Try this

I'm not sure on shipping options, but this is what I ordered and came with ~13 complete sets, despite it saying random.

You might have to dig deeper for some EU based companies to get lower/free shipping costs.

Alternatively, you could try signing up for Amazon Prime's trial to get free shipping - you just have to remember to cancel Prime before the end of the trial, or they will charge your CC for a whole year's subscription (which in the long run may be worth it if you plan on buying more stuff, but just thought I would leave you that FYI)

u/ZouDave · 1 pointr/DnD

It doesn't really come with a bag you'll care about. 1 complete set comes in a pretty basic, but still nice enough, felt bag. The rest is just in a cheap plastic ziploc type bag.

The dice, though, are great. No factory 2nds, in the 100+ dice I got here I can find like 5 dice that have very minor, insignificant flaws that in no way affect the dice overall.

Great set, I'm probably going to buy another one just because.

u/Aeoles · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

100+ Dice! I desire/need this, see, I play D&D and am a DM, well...This would help me like a bazillion ton! Also, I play music, so yeah...musician nerd who plays D&D, I'm just short of being an actor so I can't claim to be Vin Diesel ...>.>...Or am I...<.<

u/UStoJapan · 1 pointr/DungeonsAndDragons

Actually to start you can download the Basic Rules for free from D&D Beyond. That should be enough to at least get you started for reading current rules and having enough information to learn basic mechanics like combat, how to cast spells, etc.

There are several free intro adventures here and there online by original writers, but this Death House one from Wizards (producers of D&D) is an official free product of theirs. It’s a prelude to their Curse of Strahd adventure, and is designed for taking new characters through level 3.

Beyond that, I recommend a set of dice (D4, D6, D8, D10, D12, D20, D100 (like a D10 but it counts by tens)) for every person playing. If you need them ASAP then somewhere like a local Barnes and Noble or an Amazon order will get them to you ASAP. However if you have a couple weeks, some of the eBay sellers from China have their dice sets for as low as $2. If you’re going to have a lot of dice available for players (like I did last year when I gave all my starting players two sets each), I recommend the $19.99 Wiz Dice bag linked below. You’ll get something like 14 or 15 sets and then a few mismatched dice added in. Then each player can have their own sets or you can store all of them in a candy jar ready for each game night.

Wiz Dice Random Polyhedral Dice in Multiple Colors (100 + Pack) Bundle with Wiz Dice Pouch

Good luck to all of you!

u/RobVegas · 1 pointr/DnD

Wiz Dice

"Random" but nearly all of them include 16 sets of matched dice, factory firsts, and includes a neat dice bag.

u/PotatoAssassin · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Morthy demands:

Item which would most make you seem like an old posh Englishman: (I have nothing for this. Do Englishmen like waffles?) [from my house wishlist]

Most "oh god, I would never be seen with this in public" looking item: From my costumes wishlist

Most phallic looking item: [from my crafts wishlist] Awww yissssss

Akeleie demands:

Most geeky item: Most of my lists are geeky but I'm gonna go with Dice [from my default wishlist]

Item which would most help you achieve a goal: Does not wearing destroyed pants to work count as a goal? [From my clothes wishlist]

Best item to bring to a deserted island: Because I get bored easily [From my default wishlist]

u/Terrulin · 1 pointr/dndnext
  • To echo everyone else, I would also say start with the starter set because it has everything you need to start, including a pretty nice set of dice. You could get away with this for your first session, but you will probably want some
  • dice This may be your most cost effective way of having a set for everyone, and enough spares for people to grab from for crits and spells like fireball. Everyone will eventually get nicer sets they like more, but this is a good way to start with matched sets. Depending on how happy people are with the player options in the starter set, your next investment will either be the
  • PHB for more player options, spells, items, and guide lines for how things should work. This is far and away the most import of the three books. As most people have said, you will probably get to the point where everyone wants access to this book. During play, you will probably want 2-3 of these at the table.
  • Battle Mat D&D can be played in Theater of the mind, but grid combat makes a lot of rules easier to implement and officiate with a grid. The one I linked is pretty big without being overly huge (there are larger ones), and it is vinyl which makes it durable, and it erases pretty well with good wet erase markers.
  • Miniatures is something else entirely. Most of the groups I play with have more than enough for me to ever have to buy any. Some players will make or buy a mini for his/her character. There are the round cardboard tokens that you could use for cheap. I run a D&D game on Fridays at the school I teach at and have the students use one of their dice as their mini. Monsters are usually balls of playdoh.
  • After finishing of the LMOP (the adventure in the starter's set) you will either want to pick up one of the other adventures like Out of the Abyss or Princes of the Apocalypse. You might need a Monster Manual to go with it. PotA has a digital supplement with the extra monsters, while OotA does not.
  • The DMG is optional really. It is great for magic items, alternative rules you could use, and world building strategies. You'll want a copy eventually, but like the MM, you wont need more than 1.
  • Other things. Look around for things like the Elemental Evil Player's Guide and Unearthed Arcana articles. They have a bunch of free content you could use in your games. They are usually rough drafts so they might be imbalanced, but you might find something you really like in there. There are also tons of homebrew monsters, classes, races, and items if you wanted to expand your game that way.

    angel14995 has a great summary of all the books. This list is more useful as a logical purchasing progression guide.
u/stubbazubba · 1 pointr/DnD


>I have a 3.5e players handbook and complete warrior that my brother bought a long time ago, but never played it. We know no-one who do know how to play and we all start from scratch. I've read online that its easier for new players to start with 5e but if i have these books, maybe we could just use them. 1) what do you recomend to do?

Contrary to the 5e zeitgeist, I'm a proponent of starting with whatever edition you have handy (and of 3.5 in general), and you're in luck! D&D 3.5 came out under an ambitious open license that made public all the core information. It's contained in what is called the System Reference Document, the most friendly online version of which is probably the hypertext d20 SRD. With that, your Player's Handbook, and the optional Complete Warrior book, you have what you need for both players and the Dungeon Master to play.

However, for your first time, I would recommend a pre-made adventure. The Dungeon Master can create any adventure he wants out of the monsters and traps and such in the SRD, but it's a lot of work and takes some practice to get right. So it's best to start with something pre-made, so the new DM can focus on the basics of DM'ing. Here is an archive of free adventures you can download and run as-is. I've heard Wreck Ashore is a pretty decent 1st level adventure.

>2) what dices do we need to get either way?

You don't need to buy dice. There are online and app-based die rollers that do just fine.

That being said, it really does make for a more delightful experience if you can roll real dice, at least for me. A set like this goes for about $20, and should be enough for everyone to share.

>3) do we need to get board/minutures?

People will tell you you don't need them, but the game is written assuming you have them (regardless of edition), and many of the effects include exact details that require them. So you need some kind of way to keep track of it.

That being said, you can use a piece of grid paper and coins, or a white board and a dry-erase marker, or any of a number of online virtual table tops to do this for free or very, very little. Roll20 is a good option here, as has been mentioned.

u/RussetWolf · 1 pointr/DnD
u/kintexu2 · 1 pointr/magicTCG

Never run out of Dice again. I got the chessex equivalent and I have so many dice I now keep 2 full dice bags, and a smaller one that just holds my spindowns and d6 cube. The Wizdice one is a lot less random and you get more matching sets than the chessex though (proven multiple times).

u/dazonkey · 1 pointr/DnD

My only experience with dice is a set of translucent purple dice I got from my local game store, but they're fairly nice for I think the 3.50$ I paid for them. They did get a little bit scratched, but that's because

A) My dog tried to eat them and

B) My dumbass brother tried to spin them but instead sent them flying across the room into metal furniture.

Besides that, I've heard these Wiz Dice are pretty good, and with the 100+ of them that means you'll get at least 14 sets, and if they do scratch, I'd rather have the fucked up dice than a fucked up table, because at least I've got other dice pouring out my ass.

So I'd recommend going to your game store and checking out what they have first. If you'd like, I can test my set of Wiz Dice and tell you how they are when I get them, they should show up on Monday.

u/ZanThrax · 1 pointr/Pathfinder_RPG


Not quite as nice a feel as Chessex, but you can't match the value for money. Plus, it's fairly common to actually get 14 or so complete sets.

u/schrodingerslapdog · 1 pointr/DnD

The full set you got on the starter set is technically enough, but that will involve passing around dice each turn and rerolling the same die several times sometimes. Whatever you have to do to get playing, though, man.

Each Player should, ideally, have their own d20. At least four of the other dice is a good starting point. If you think you're going to continue DM'ing, strongly consider getting a bulk set of dice like Wiz dice or Chessex, as you will often need/want to provide dice for new/forgetful players.

u/Noobguy27 · 1 pointr/DnD

It's kind of scary that you're going to DM without knowing what dice you'll need. That being said, this was the best deal that I found and it came with about 14 full sets, which is perfect for a new party.

u/_icosahedron · 1 pointr/DnD

It depends on how much you want to spend. There are Artisan dice made from exotic woods that can be a few hundred dollars.

However, I prefer the GameScience dice, which roll well and seem to have the best distribution. However, for sheer cool factor, Q Workshop has neat designs and are only a $15 or so.

The metal ones run around $50-$60, and honestly I haven't seen any reason to get them. One recommendation though, roll them in a dice bin or something, since they can nick a table badly.

Lastly, there is Wiz Dice, a huge bag of dice for $20, in which you'll likely get at least 10 full sets.

u/terribleusername · 1 pointr/DnD

For me, the gold standard is to support your local gaming store and buy in person. If you're in a moderately big town there should be some sort of nerd store where you can get everything: sometimes they're straight-up gaming stores, other times they are just a corner of a comic book shop. Look around.

If that's not an option, Amazon is a great source. You can pick up all the books, and definitely look into buying either the Chessex or Wiz Dice pound of dice bags. That'll make sure that you and your players all have enough dice to do whatever you want.

u/NineBlack · 1 pointr/DnD

Oh yeah and you will need these. Its a good deal That way everyone at the table can have their own set of dice pretty easy. and this to get a lot of minis for cheep. (Only if your using the grid to do your battles on if your doing Minds eye then you wont need them)

u/lordfeint32 · 1 pointr/rpg

Although to be completely honest with you, you'd probably do better to just drop $20 on instead. It almost always includes a set of marbled blue that look pretty much exactly the same as the WotC dice and you get up to 15 other full sets too.

u/kamiztheman · 1 pointr/DnD

Chessex Pound-O-Dice

Wiz Dice 100+ Pack

I personally got the Red set linked above from the Wiz Dice pack.

u/Liammurray60 · 1 pointr/DnD

yes i bought the wiz dice 100 dice pack and got 17 full 7poly dice sets in awesome colours and all good quality for £19.99 and its more dice than i could ever need! I really recommend them!

u/rob7030 · 1 pointr/DnD

For me, the perfect starter set was this set from Wiz Dice. In my FLGS, a set of dice like you mentioned ranges from about 5-7 bucks. If you buy two of those, similar to what you mentioned, you're only a bit short of this set.

When I got mine, it had 14 complete sets of dice, half of which had matching colored sets.

I've given away more dice to new players than I can remember, and I still have more than I could ever need!

u/ucemike · 1 pointr/DnD

Not sure what you mean by board? You can use your imagination for creatures/placement. However if you want a mat to place figures (or tokens of some sort, coins, dice/etc) Chessex makes various types of battlemats. You probably want to make sure you get the one with squares. Depending on the mat type you will probably want markers. Normally flexible mats use wet erase markers. Just check what they recommend for whatever mat you get.

As to dice. You need d20, d12, d10, d8, d6 and d4. Typically dice sets of this type come with 2 d10 style dice you roll to simulate 1-100.

You might try buying this. I did and it had 16 sets of dice (16 entire sets of the type I mentioned above).

You can also just get a set of dice like these.
more dice

You can get dice where ever you like, I just linked because it's pretty common site.

u/wildfire405 · 1 pointr/boardgames

This was the best deal on dice. I heard bad things about the quality and count of the dice in the Pound o Dice

and the board game bits came from here. The meeples were a bit smaller than I had hoped, but next time!

u/AVestedInterest · 1 pointr/DnD
u/Brother_Farside · 1 pointr/DnD

Since everyone has already said "Starter Set" or "PHB".. what else do you need?


While one set is sufficient, ultimately everyone wants their own dice. it also speeds up play when everyone isn't borrowing constantly.

u/Plutoid · 1 pointr/DnD

If you're looking for dice (not that specific style) Wiz Dice 100, from what I've heard, usually contains multiple complete sets (7) of similar dice. See reviews for details.

u/cat_with_a_fez · 1 pointr/DnD

I found it here but this may work for you as well.

u/Kazamz · 0 pointsr/rpg

I've been looking around since I'm in the same boat as you, and have been looking at buying a larger quantity of sets which you might also want to look at if you want to kickstart a collection. The bigger names I've found are Chessex, Wizdice and Q-Workshop.

Wizdice has a pack of 100+ random dice (with 1 guaranteed set) for 20$ (which I'll probably buy sooner or later). Most of the reports I read say they're random sets instead of pure random dice (people getting up to 16 sets of 7 dice), but you only get solid color, see-through and pearly (no fancy frosted or speckled). They are factory seconds but not too bad (think of small imperfections like an air bubble in a see-through or not enough paint on the letters)

Chessex has a pound-o-dice for 20$, a bag of 100+ random dice. Besides the standard colors, see-through and pearl you have special stuff like 2 tone pearl, frosted, blood-spatter effect and speckles. Most reports say they're very random. You might get a large quantity of d20 and 2 d10's, they might contain mini dice and bigger dice. They could have custom dice for a certain game with the highest number switched for some graphic indicating a crit or something. You probably won't get a full same colored set (besides the guaranteed one.) They are factory seconds which means they were rejected from being put in an individual set. This might range from pretty near prefect halfsies (after making blue dice they want to make red dice, the first set still has blue plastic in them), to usable ones with a little air bubble or small dent to useless misshapen ones or dice with missing numbers.

Q-Workshop dice look really pretty (example). Very fancy. A lot more pricey. Be careful because some of them have really pretty intricate designs but are harder to read. There's a "jar of dice" with 150 dice but they cost a whopping +200$ so I haven't even looked at those.

Then there's all those artisan dice (example company). Dice made from marble or metal, probably have a lot of weight to them but I wouldn't want to roll those on a wooden or glass table. Dice made of wood, looks really fancy but I would guess that their "trueness" can be a lot worse than an air bubble in a plastic die. As you can guess those are very expensive.

Finally with the rise of 3d printers we get 3d printed dice. Amazing looking, amazing price.