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3D-Printed Dagger, Axe, and Crossbow D&D Dice Storage Boxes Are a Critical Hit

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By hite

What do you carry your gaming dice around in? I use a Ziploc bag, but now my dice smell like a tuna salad sandwich because reducing, reusing, and recycling is one of my passions. But maybe you’re fancy, maybe you require one of these dagger, axe, or crossbow dice storage boxes from Etsy shop GamePLA. That’s cool, but I do plan on using my rogue character to steal it after your adventuring party sets up camp one night.

Available in a variety of colors and finishes, the 3D-printed boxes range in price from $34 to $40 depending on options and hold a complete set of seven tabletop gaming dice. Obviously, they make the perfect dice carrier to let the rest of your tabletop gaming group know that you came to play, NOT play around.

The dagger and axe both have sheaths to hold the dice in place during transport, while the crossbow model’s bolt actually does the job. That’s a clever design. And you know how I feel about clever designs: I get angry at myself I didn’t come up with them first. Same goes for inventing Star Wars and Amazon.