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DungeonMorphs Map-Making Dice: Leave Your Path to Chance

by Lambert Varias

A company called Inkwell Ideas has come up with dice that can help budding dungeon masters or spice up the adventures of long-time parties. Aside from being numbered, each face on a DungeonMorphs die contains a piece of a map. Roll the five dice and voila, you get a randomized area.


Note that each face on all five dice is unique, meaning you have 7,776 combinations with just that one set. Get more sets and you get a bigger and more varied dungeon.


ThinkGeek is selling the Adventurer Set of DungeonMorphs Dice for $20 (USD), but there are two additional sets available on Inkwell Ideas’ website.

[via Nerd Approved]

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