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Elevate Your Tabletop Gameplay with Monster Gaming’s Deluxe RPG Stat Tracker on Kickstarter Now!

Elevate Your Tabletop Gameplay with Monster Gaming’s Deluxe RPG Stat Tracker on Kickstarter Now!

If you’re a Dungeons and Dragons or Pathfinder enthusiast, then you know how important it is to keep track of your character’s stats during gameplay. That’s why Monster Gaming has introduced their latest product, The Monster Deluxe RPG Stat Tracker, on Kickstarter.

The project has already exceeded its funding goal of $5000, with over $37000 raised. The campaign is set to end on May 18th, so if you’re interested in getting your hands on this game-changing accessory, now is the time to act.

The Monster Deluxe RPG Stat Tracker is an all-in-one solution for keeping track of your character’s stats, with a premium wooden and acrylic case that is both stylish and functional. The case features adjustable dials for tracking everything from experience points to currency, a dry erase board for quick notes and updates, and storage compartments for character sheets, dice, miniatures, and more.

The team at Monster has thought of everything when it comes to designing this accessory. The tracking dials are fixed and click into position, so you don’t have to worry about them sliding around during gameplay. And the felt-lined storage compartments keep your accessories safe and secure, so you can focus on the game at hand.

But the Monster Deluxe RPG Stat Tracker isn’t just functional, it’s also sleek and stylish. The wooden and acrylic case is a beautiful addition to any gaming setup, and it’s sure to impress your fellow players.

The Kickstarter campaign for The Monster Deluxe RPG Stat Tracker still has 28 days left to go.


Tyler Provick

Thursday 20th of April 2023

Looks like a product designed by someone who doesn't actually play RPGs. Why am I tracking my AC and Speed stats on ugly-ass dials that I keep immediately next to my character sheet?

Ovis Militaris

Friday 21st of April 2023

@Tyler Provick, I agree with you. We live in the digital age. This thing costs around $89 going by the pledge options, and that puts in the ballpark of a used tablet computer that can track RPG information and do everything else a small computer can.

Unless you're hardcore about analog durability or going somewhere there's zero electricity, seems like a gimmick novelty. Then again, they still make expensive mechanical typewriters, right?