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"From the ashes, a fire shall be woken..."
--J.R.R Tolkien

Dire animals are larger, tougher, meaner versions of ordinary animals. Each kind tends to have a feral, prehistoric, or even demonic appearance. - D&D 3.5 Monster Manual

Dire d20s are a larger, 25mm version of our Mythica d20s. All the beauty of our Mythica line, just bigger!


Tastefully oversized for excellent heft, and and authoritative feel when rolling
• Solid metal dice, die-cast non-toxic Zinc alloy
• Electroplated with a shiny gold finish
• Each face is hand painted with our new two-tone technique, combining our Topaz and Ruby colors
• These dice sparkle like dragon treasure


$9.95 $5.00

Here at Die Hard Dice we are fanatically dedicated to our customers. We only sell products we would be proud to show off at game night. If you're unhappy with your purchase in any way, we'll do anything we can to fix it or give you all your money back, your choice.


• We do our best to ship orders within 1 business day.
• Shipped by USPS with tracking numbers
• Free shipping in USA for orders over $20
• Discounted international shipping (based on # of items in cart)

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews

Gives the big, chuncky roll I wanted from a large, metal d20.

Not much to say other than it does exactly what I wanted it to.

It also looks amazing.

I still have not received my die

I ordered in November to get this as a Christmas gift for my girlfriend. Unfortunately this still hasn’t arrived. USPS has the item as still in LA for the last 3 weeks. This is the tracking number if that helps LX695757324US


Dire d20 - Spellbinder Phoenix


This Dire D20 is hefty! Very satisfying to roll. All of my dice arrived in a timely fashion, in perfect condition and with a lovely personalized note, but this one is a special favorite for me.

So chonky, so pretty.

The Dire d20 line are uniformly gorgeous, weighty and easily readable.

Not just great for D&D, they’ve also been a very useful tool for dispute resolution and “who goes first?” questions with our 7 and 9yo.

I now have 5 and there’s a non-zero chance I’ll keep going ‘till I have them all. :)

7/5; would Dire again.