Easy Roller Dice Company

Translucent Polyhedral DnD Dice Set - Teal Ocean Reef

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Dice Size:
16mm (2/3 inch)
Dice Shape:
7 Piece Set
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  • Teal Ocean Reef dice set - DnD dice
  • Teal Ocean Reef dice set - DnD dice
each $12.99

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The Teal Ocean Reef 7-piece dice set makes an excellent addition to any gamer's collection! These dice are inspired by the ocean and its mysterious depths, and each die is a mesmerizing translucent teal, reminiscent of the crystal-clear waters of the tropics.

But what sets these dice apart is what's suspended inside each one. Golden leaf particles are embedded within the dice, creating a unique and textured look that resembles seaweed swaying in the current. Each roll will feel like an adventure in the ocean depths, with the glinting gold leaf creating a sense of wonder and mystery.

This set includes seven dice, each with its own individuality and character. With a D4, D6, D8, D10, D12, and D20, as well as a percentile die, you'll have everything you need to conquer any game that comes your way. These dice are made with precision and care, ensuring a perfect roll every time.

Don't miss out on the chance to add a touch of the ocean's beauty to your games.

This set contains the following dice, each approximately 16mm in size:

  • 1 four-sided die (d4)
  • 1 six-sided die (d6)
  • 1 eight-sided die (d8)
  • 1 ten-sided die (d10)
  • 1 percentile die (d%)
  • 1 twelve-sided die (d12)
  • 1 twenty-sided die (d20)
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    Posted by Jason on Aug 1st 2023

    These are pretty nice but the black ink for the numbers is almost not there. I have to view at an certain angle to get the light reflect on the surface to see the number rolled. The gold looking foil inside actually makes it harder to see the number in some instances. You may not have this issue and if you do you can likely re-ink the numbers. I like these dice and will try to get the ink for the numbers redone. Some of the numbers have large areas that are white and not black. Not sure what happened during the process. Again just re-ink the numbers and how hard is that?

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