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Dice Bags by: [Ravenclaw]


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Hello and thank you for showing interest in owning your very own hand made chainmail dice bag.
These bags are not only a safe means to carry your dice, but a fashionable one as well.
Be the talk of your group by owning one of these stylish bags.

Each ring is hand coiled by my husband [shadow of darkness].
You can easily tell that every ring is unique and no two bags are exactly alike.
Each bag is hand ringed and tediously crafted by myself [Ravenclaw] so you may own a one of a kind quality product.


Every bag is crafted from 17 gauge galvanized steel wire.
The kind of stuff they market to keep livestock enclosed.
So not only will your bag be a spiffy shade of silver, sturdy and durable,
but electrically conductive as well lol.


The Traveler

We start our journey with what I like to call The Traveler.
This handy little bag holds exactly one set of standard "D&D" dice.
It's perfect for the player always on the go.
Never know when a gang of Orc's might pop up?
Just toss this little fella in your bag or purse and your on your way.
You'll always have your favorite set no matter the occasion.


This bag also holds 10 standard D10's.


The Wanderer

Half way through our travels we meet The Wanderer.
The Wander is a casual sort, ready for a game and always eager to help a friend.
With the Wanderer you can carry two sets of dice at all times.
Have a friend who forgot their dice or prefer having separate sets for separate actions?
Always be prepared because you had the foresight to carry two sets of dice.


Also perfect for spare change
or that pesky flash drive you can never find.


The Master

Our journey comes to the end as we come to the home of the Master.
The Master is just that, ready for a fight and wise enough know to when not to.
By carrying three sets of dice you are likely the final destination for any gamer.
They've come to you because you know what your doing.
You play, you mod, you dominate the realm with your expertise.



The bag above is my own personal bag.
I posted this one because it's a good example of the sort of "tarnish" you should expect.
I've also greatly mistreated this bag since making it, but I've never lost a die.


You may have noticed a trend in pricing.
If your seeking a larger bag than those listed here, that can easily be arranged.
4 sets = $50, 5 = $60 and so on. 

Note that a "set" of dice contains one each of the following:
D4, D6, D8, D10, D12, D20 and percentile.
Play Vampire?
The Traveler also holds one set of ten D10's.

Ready to place your order?
Some things you should know

Waiting List

[shadow of darkness] (custom size)
[Flisky] (custom size 9 sets)

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2011-09-12 [Flisky]: ...Can you make one that holds 7 sets of dice plus two still on the boxes? (And call it the Game Master?) That's what I usually carry as far as dice go.

2011-09-12 [Ravenclaw]: That would probably be bigger than The Professional. If we're thinking of the same boxes I have a couple so I can make sure it all fits nicely.

These right?

2011-09-12 [Flisky]: Yep. Those are the boxes. XD

I mod games a lot and need a lot of dice. Which is a pain when it comes to dice bags.

2011-09-12 [Ravenclaw]: Why bother keeping them in the boxes?

2011-09-12 [Flisky]: I only keep my personal ones in the boxes. The rest are loose. If I'm at a game where I'm not GMing, it helps to have them separate so I don't have to sort through 70+ some odd dice. :P

2011-09-12 [Ravenclaw]: 70+ dice won't fit in a bag big enough for only seven and two sets in boxes. That's only 18 dice... are you sure the GM will be big enough to fit your needs?

Or did you mean seven sets and two boxes?

2011-09-12 [Ravenclaw]: Ah yes... I see. I misread that the first time... damn Flisk, this is gonna be an expensive bag.

2011-09-12 [Flisky]: I know...Which is why I wanted to make sure you could do it before I placed an order. XD

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