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ummmm....how many dice do you have???  :;):

One does not ask such a question of a gamer.

I refer you to my post below from the acquisitions thread.

 

So I was given this wooden box by someone who thought I might find it useful to "keep the little toys that I paint and collect in."

(They meant well)photo1_zps4d61b589.jpg

So I'm thinking it should be useful... Not really well suited for minis though... And no clasp to keep it closed for transporting anything... A storage case for tools maybe...

And then it hits me!

 

DICE BOX!photo2_zpscfc027bb.jpg

Something to keep all my dice together in one place without misplacing sets all the time. ::):

Of course I haven't found ALL my dice yet, and I'll still keep my dice for group use in the big plastic container that I have them in, but this should work out nicely. There'll be room to keep my assorted dice bags in there too.

 

 

And no, these are not all that I own.
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ummmm....how many dice do you have???  :;):

One does not ask such a question of a gamer.

I refer you to my post below from the acquisitions thread.

 

So I was given this wooden box by someone who thought I might find it useful to "keep the little toys that I paint and collect in."

(They meant well)photo1_zps4d61b589.jpg

So I'm thinking it should be useful... Not really well suited for minis though... And no clasp to keep it closed for transporting anything... A storage case for tools maybe...

And then it hits me!

 

DICE BOX!photo2_zpscfc027bb.jpg

Something to keep all my dice together in one place without misplacing sets all the time. ::):

Of course I haven't found ALL my dice yet, and I'll still keep my dice for group use in the big plastic container that I have them in, but this should work out nicely. There'll be room to keep my assorted dice bags in there too.

 

 

And no, these are not all that I own.

 

Pounds of dice take up a lot of space, amirite?!

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I've made some updates, please take another look at the prelaunch page. I'm still working on the video...hope to have that done this weekend.

 

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1658949603/895544148?token=5021250e

 

I've also made my new webpage live. It isn't quite finished, but is taking shape. Comments on that would be welcome as well.

 

http://www.hrothgarshoard.com

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I don't recall this being asked: But is there a protective varnish option for the chests like there was for the Rogue and Priest cases? A quick search seems to show that only for rogue/priest but none of the chests. I'd like to get one that pairs with my bloodwood priest case, but not sure how viable that is.

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I'm only planning on doing a lacquer finish on all the cases and chests. I did the epoxy finish in the first project and was honestly not happy with the result so am not advertising it on the project.

 

If you want the epoxy finish on Rogue/Priest cases, contact me during the project and we'll see what we can agree on. I don't think I can offer it on the chests, though. I could only do it on the top piece and the thick coating would make the top finish higher than the sides. I don't think it would look good on this particular design. I wouldn't say 100% no to this...but post the question in comments after the project has launched. If there is a lot of interest I'll run a test piece and see how it goes.

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10 pledges in less than an hour. Only 10 free cases left to give away. Join in now!

 

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1658949603/making-dryads-homeless-one-chest-at-a-time

 

 

 

@Lochar: US Shipping is included in the pledge price. I know KS is adding in extra money right now. I have sent a ticket to their help desk to get this figured out. 

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