Dungeons & Dragons Dice: Dungeons & Dragons Accessory Misc. Supplies – Aug 1 2004
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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful
By Adam W. Francis - Published on Amazon.com
This is the 30th Anniversary of Dungeons and Dragons collector set of dice. It contains 1d4(black), 4d6(red), 1d8(blue), 1d10(green), 1d12(yellow), 1d20(orange), and one percentile(purple). I prefer my dice to be put into sets of one color or style, so that I can easily and quickly hand out a complete set to each player. However, they are good quality dice, and will work well for any player. This set also comes with a dice bag. The bag is black with red trim and has the D&D logo embroidered in red on it. The bag is small, won't fit more in it than the dice it comes with. If you're a player who needs his/her own set, or a dm who would like an extra set to hand out to a player at your next game, this works. However, you can probably get just as good of a set for cheaper at your local gaming store.
16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
If you need some more dice, you could get the basic game off of amazon for 16 dollars. You get the same set of dice, along with 16 minitures. You get some Kobalds, and some Orcs and Skeletons. 6 more dollars for 16 more miniutes sounds like a good deal to me.
18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
By John Fast - Published on Amazon.com
Stephen Colbert may have declared polyhedral dice obsolete, but we know better. ;-D These dice are a standard set -- d4, d6, d8, d10, d12, d20, and another d10 for percentile rolls. The bag is very nice -- well-made and with a fancy logo. The dice themselves are somewhat of a disappointment, since they are bright, almost childish pastel colors instead of something more elegant, but there's a sensible reason: novice players can quickly identify the dice by color, instead of trying to tell the difference between (say) a d8 and a d10.
14 of 17 people found the following review helpful
By Cedric - Published on Amazon.com
Sure, you need a set of polyhedral dice to play D&D. But these are the most bland-looking dice I've ever seen -- and the vinyl dice bag is ugly to boot. Both the Basic D&D set and the Player's Kit contain a set of dice, and they're better bargains as well. (The Basic Set contains a set of these bland dice. The Player's Kit contains a set of premium dice. Neither contain a dice bag.) And, of course, you can go to your local hobby shop and select your own dice for less than ten dollars.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
By Rob - Published on Amazon.com
Yeah It's another set of dice, but who doesn't need more d20 right? And it's the 30th anniversary boxed set too! Complete with a complementary black dice bag with the red logo stiched in...nice touch. The dice are of nice quality, and I wouldn't hesitate on ordering if your looking into order this set.