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The Dryad Dice Chamber & Dryad Essential Chamber

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The video for this is fantastic and its nice to see traditional joinery instead of just a C&C carve out

 

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1 hour ago, WhiteWulfe said:

Ooooh those are sooo gorgeous.. 

 

Right?! I got Mr. Thorne and I dice towers (he uses metal dice, I just wanted something shiny) from the last KS he did. They're /gorgeous/. And solid. I love mine. ^^;

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3 hours ago, Sylverthorne said:

 

Right?! I got Mr. Thorne and I dice towers (he uses metal dice, I just wanted something shiny) from the last KS he did. They're /gorgeous/. And solid. I love mine. ^^;

I remember that one....  I might have to see if I can sneak this one into the budget, since hubby rather likes the thought too...

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