We know these cotton candy pink sparkle dice look fearsome, but they roll with an elegance and style that is hard to beat. Roll these dice and expect your foes to crumble in fear! They are forged in the infamous color scheme of Eredeth the destroyer: taker of souls and eater of baby dragons. Any player wielding them is reminding all at their table that they too may eat dragons, or at least do some very fearsome thing.
Barbarians are of course natural wielders of the Cotton Candy Pink Sparkle Dice. The name derives from the ancient barbarian death cult Ko’ton Karndi, which roughly translates as “eternal doom to the unavenged soul”. Equally, a deranged sea hag character would be at home letting these dice decide their fate. Whatever monstrous figure you are playing, we hope their carnal horror can do Eredeth justice. Or perhaps you just like pink. Either way, roll these with pride and dominance at any gaming table, ultimately we think they just look great.
Magic Girl Dice
Do you love magic girl things? Obviously these dice are perfect for your magic girl RPG, or if you want to play some magic girl character. These are beautiful dice for any situation and we can’t wait to share them with you.
What’s in the set?
This pink sparkle dice set contains the standard 7 dice types required for role-playing. Compatible with any d20 system or dungeons and dragons: 1xd4, 1xd6, 1xd8, 2xd10, 1xd12, 1xd20. We float test all our dice for balance during production.
When to use your pink sparkle dice…
Did you know, a fully mature beholder has 10 different eye-beam spells that (as of fifth edition D&D) can be cast as legendary actions. Every beholder gets 3 legendary actions per turn, which they can use at the end player’s turn. These legendary actions replenish on its own turn every turn! Role your pink sparkle dice d10 when taking a beholder legendary action to determine the fate of the beholder’s gaze! Pro tip: try to avoid 9 and 10, it’s not pretty.