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Tags:  Acrylic,  Alloy,  Communitysale,  Fighter,  Goldink,  Gray,  Marble,  Opaque,  Polymer,  Silver,  White

Golden letters float on the surface of a metallic liquid. Should you touch it? Is this the power at the well of ascension? Or will it drive you mad like the hatter? We can only sit here wondering... and wishing we had Brandon Sanderson or Lewis Carroll to help us write out descriptions.

A reflective swirl of silvery gray tones with golden lettering seeming to float on the surface. This set of D&D dice looks like a pool of quicksilver. A great match for a character using or wearing steel, or for wizards and alchemists.


• Material: Swirled gray acrylic
• 7 piece dice set
• Standard, 16mm size
• Numbers painted in gold
• HDB-24



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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Born of the Magnum Opus

Initially, I had doubts about purchasing a set of dice that looked so simple online, but the alchemical implications of mercury inspired me to order the dice anyways. Fortunately, the digital medium used to portray the dice failed to do them justice. These dice must draw from the Magnum Opus, the Philosopher's Stone itself, as no dice this gorgeous could possibly be created by mere happenstance or coincidence. Die hard dice's talented artisans must have earned the favor of an Adept, who taught them the secret to birthing such beautiful, philosophic dice. In a beautiful irony, when held in sunlight, the lunar aspect of the dice is amplified, causing them to glow a brilliant silver, like the moon. Likewise, when the dice are observed under the light of night, the silver fades to black, leaving only the radiant gold lettering reminiscent of the sun. These dice are, by far, my favorite polymer set, and I highly recommend them to anyone who has interest in alchemy or transmutation. Just be sure to keep these dice away from your metal sets, you wouldn't want them to form an amalgamate.