Toss A Die For Your Witcher: The Official Witcher Hybrid Dice Set!

May 13, 2021 by fcostin

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I have been spending a lot of time building my own character for D&D at the moment, burying my head in books but more importantly doing my research online to help me build a sturdy character.

Prepping for my first adventure, I was astounded by the range of different dice that were out there (mostly tempted to go for a nice set of lilac ones... surprise surprise). Although my current love-hate relationship with Kickstarter has started to pull me in the direction of more and more board games every time I go on there, it is accessories too which are pulling at my purse strings.

As a massive fan of the Witcher franchise, these dice lit my eyes up like a magpie with a shiny object. The Official Witcher Hybrid Dice Set by Q-Workshop is sure to add a new layer of opportunity to your next dice-rolling adventure, which is available on Kickstarter now.

The Official Witcher Hybrid Dice Set // Q-Workshop

Combining metal with wood, or metal with a plastic composite, these dice would be sure to belong amongst the tables of the Cunny of the Goose.

The Official Witcher Hybrid Dice Set // Q-Workshop

There are a plethora of customisation options available, whether you are going for a rustic look of wood encased in metal, or a more colourful approach. For those who do not want to get too far away from home and the comfort of your dice, there are several options to customise a plastic base too.

There have been quite a good few stretch goals unlocked. Including new insert types and dice trays presented in a way of side-quests on the Kickstarter page itself.

The campaign has got 6 days left and has absolutely smashed through its initial target - which is no surprise. There are tons of different pledges, whether you are looking to get your game on with some dice poker or have a range of different dice available for your good-to-go RPG-er. All of course fully customisable.

What is your favourite set of dice? 

"Combining metal with wood, or metal with a plastic composite, these dice would be sure to belong amongst the tables of the Cunny of the Goose. "

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