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Wyrmwood Dice Tower System Lets You Roleplay as a Classy Character.

by Lambert Varias
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Wyrmwood’s dice tower system consists of a dice tower, a dice tray and a dice vault. The dice tower’s parts are held together by rare earth magnets so you can easily assemble or disassemble it. But dice towers are nothing new, and you can already buy ones that are easily taken apart. What Wyrmwood is really offering here is wood. Lots of wood.

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You can choose from a staggering 30 types of wood for each of the accessories or as a set, from white oak to gabon ebony. Wyrmwood even plans on upping the variety to up to 70 kinds of wood. Again you can purchase the tower, tray and vault separately, but if you get them as a set you’ll get a leather carrying strap for free.

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Skip to 3:03 in the video below to see the dice tower in 70 types of wood:

As of this writing you can still pledge at least $25 (USD) on Kickstarter to get one or more of Wyrmwood’s accessories, but should you miss that just head to their online shop. Prices depend on the type of wood you choose.

[via Polygon]

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