Half the week is over. It won't be too long and it'll be the weekend once more. I can't wait, because it means D&D. The last session was while I was away at Gen Con, so it'll be good to get back into things and see what the party is up to. In the meantime, though, I'm going to snack on some bite-sized gaming stories.
Today on the platter we have: Kraken Dice 2-Day Sale Happening Now, New Wheels Available From Bits of War, New Accessory Sets Available From Puppets War, Triple Ace Games Running Exploding Dice Kickstarter, Elemental Dice From Little Dragon Corp Up On Kickstarter.
We have been working to get as many Kickstarter emails and orders out as possible, and have made some great headway. With the significant progress made we will be moving back to processing both Kickstarter and regular Krakendice.com orders sooner than originally anticipated. As a thank you for your patience and understanding during the last week, and as our teams continue to pack and ship your order, we have added a special On Sale category to our site that contains a range of discounts to some of our oldest, and newest sets.
Ride to battle - new conversion set for vehicles!
Universal Pattern wheels are now available on www.bitsofwar.com
New set of infantry accessories just hit the store, what unit will you use it for?
Triple Ace Games has teamed up with Dice Dudes to bring role-players ten different sets of polyhedral dice, each featuring a second six-sided die with a custom face showing a unique symbol for the six. We are seeking your backing to bring this project to life!
We're calling these packs Exploding Dice Sets and they are perfect for use in games that use a wild die or exploding dice mechanic, such as the wonderful Savage Worlds RPG from Pinnacle Entertainment Group.
Starting with the first 5 iconic elements this is a 26 dice series that is both in metal and glitter resin dice.
All the prices are in Canadian Dollars. The backer kit will have paypal as an option to pay.
All Dice are actual sample pictures - No Renders!
Because of the nature of dice there can be some variation, the layers might not be as evenly dispersed, or the enamel paint blends in different unique ways.