If you lived in the kind of world where magic flowed through the very rocks beneath your feet, then this would be the color of the stone hewn from quarries. Opaque marbled red green and blue merge and swirl on the surface of these dice to create beautiful patterning.
These aren’t stone, but they have a certain granite rock like speckling which reminds us of stony fragments, cracked from the heart of a remote mountain. Not that we at Dice Bard have technically worked in the quarries of remote mountain mines, but we have active imaginations.
What’s in the set?
This granite quarry dice set contains the standard 7 dice types required for role-playing. Compatible with any d20 system or dungeons and dragons: 1xd4, 1xd6, 1xd8, 1xd10, 1x%, 1xd12, 1xd20. We float test all our dice for balance during production.
The kind of folk that roll Speckled Granite Quarry Dice…
Of course, anyone can roll any kind of dice: our number one rule at dice bard is “You do you”. That said, we always love to share characters we’ve met that have enjoyed a certain … affinity with sets of dice. The Speckled Granite dice have served characters from stone golems to swamp druids well, but our personal favourite has to be the Genasi fire barbarian named Kent. The dice matched their skin color and they had a magic item that turned every (non living) thing they touched into speckled marble (lasted 1d4 hours, once per day). It wasn’t a game breakingly powerful ability, but Kent sure did like turning people’s clothes into solid stone during combat and then smacking them in the head with a mace. Kent was a simple man.