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Elder Dice: Unspeakable Tomes - dice and book shaped dice cases.

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Behold the Terrible Power of the Unspeakable Tomes

Each polyhedral Set will come in its own madness inducing grimoire. It is the perfect way to transport your Elder Dice and add atmosphere to the gaming table. The Elder Dice grimoires will look great on your gaming table, on your shelf, or even on your desk.

Elder Dice are a Celebration of the Mythos 

Each grimoire snaps closed with a magnetic closure to keep your dice secure. They feature original Lovecraftian art in the interior. Elder Dice are designed to look both beautiful and horrific.

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