These Cherry Blossom Dice are part of our beautiful marbled dice series, but with an added shimmer of opalescence. These pink dice go well with any character who appreciates the finer qualities in life. Or, equally, a rage filled barbarian orc who eschews the constraints of typical attribute normative colouring. Whatever the case, we support you and your desire to roll these dice in style.
In the words of Katsumoto at the end of The Last Samurai, as he watches the falling cherry blossom: “They are all… perfect”. Well, in our opinion that extends to these dice, though hopefully you will not have to die during an epic last stand to realise this beautiful truth. #spoileralert.
What’s in this set of Cherry Blossom Dice?
This Cherry Blossom dice set contains the standard 7 polyhedral dice types required for role-playing. Compatible with any d20 system or of course, Dungeons and Dragons: 1xd4, 1xd6, 1xd8, 2xd10, 1xd12, 1xd20. We float test all our dice for balance during production.
When to use your Cherry Blossom Marbled Dice
Examples of rules and dice used in D&D 5e.
The d12. What is it for? Why is it here? Yes, it’s the best shaped dice in the set, but you wish you had a reason to use it. Well, wish no longer! Simply play a barbarian. We all know every good barbarian deserves a Great Axe, and guess what, great Axes do d12 damage! Better yet, play a half-orc barbarian! Why? So that you can use Savage Attacks and roll an additional damage die for your weapon: roll that d12 twice. While you are at it, point out to anyone at your table who asks why you aren’t wielding a 2d6 great sword instead of a 1d12 great axe, that the great sword savage attack would only move to 3d6, rather than the far superior 2d12. What… you don’t have those types of conversation around your gaming table?