These Edible Dice Are Perfect For Long D&D Sessions
Many of you tabletop gamers out there know how much can potentially ride on the roll of the dice. Sometimes you’ll be blessed with a few great rolls, though other times you may think to yourself “man, these dice are cursed.” So what does one do with dice that seem entirely intent on critically failing your character into an early grave? Well, we eat them, that’s what we do. Edible dice are now officially thing, and it’s perfect for those looking to mercilessly devour some underperforming dice, or buttering up your DM (we won’t judge).
Created by a tabletop gamer named Sonja, the edible dice are available for purchase through her shop on Etsy, appropriately titled SugarAndDiceCrafts. Sonja revealed that she created the dice “to give sugar and joy to some folks.” The edible dice are made by hand using an isomalt sugar, and the dice can be eaten as a simple hard candy or thrown into a hot cup of tea.
— Sonja @ Holidays🍹 (@Daiyame) March 18, 2018
Those looking to purchase Sonja’s edible creations can choose from either a mini-sized set or a regular sized set, are able to choose which primary and secondary colors they want for their dice. The price is $8.98 for the mini set and $15.40 for the regular set. Each order comes with 7 dice: 1 each of d4, d6, d8, d10, d12, d100 (percentage die) and a d20. According to Sonja the dice aren’t perfectly shaped on all sides, so one side of each die can potentially be wobbly. A fair price to pay for rolling some dice, eating them, and freaking out the rest of your D&D crew.
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