If you listen to Critical Hit, a Major Spoilers Podcast, you know that our very own DnDBrian has had a pop-o-matic style dice roller for some time now for his D20. But he doesn’t have one for his other dice. Geekify looks to remedy that with a 7 dome RPG dice board.

This is a really clever idea, and I like the pop-dice type rollers. What makes this design a must buy is the detailed board you can rest everything on. And if you are playing a game with many players, the DM could set this in the middle of the table and everyone can give it a pop when needed.

The Dice Board is a housing, nay, a shrine, for polyhedral dice of all kinds, from the garden variety six-sided die to the overly pretentious hundred-sided. The construction allows you to easily change out the dice contents, and our larger models allow you to include multiple dice in the same enclosure.

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It looks like you can quickly swap out dice if needed, which should make the board useful for any game system. The blank version has a SRP of $119.95, and if you want the cool rune-design, you’ll need to spend $149.95.

The Role Playing Dice Board is on pre-order right now, with the first units expected to ship in June.

via Geekify, Inc.

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2 Comments

  1. Zaran
    April 2, 2015 at 10:50 am — Reply

    To be honest it doesn’t seem like the dice have enough room to tumble.

    • April 2, 2015 at 2:06 pm — Reply

      Nope there is enough room. Brian has a pop-o-matic for his d20 and it works just fine.

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