Dire d20 - Queens of Gilded Ruin

Dire d20 - Queens of Gilded Ruin

The Storm Forged - Gilded Ruin line of dice is a collaboration between Die Hard Dice and Jake Stormoen's Storm Forged brand.  Gilded Ruin glisten like untouched lost treasure, so shiny, so new!  The twenty face of the d20 also features a sunken face with the Storm Forged dragon logo. 


 Oversized with excellent heft and authoritative feel when rolling
• Solid metal dice, die-cast non-toxic Zinc alloy
• Electroplated with ultra bright copper finish 
• Each face is hand painted in regal blue

Queens of Gilded Ruin also available in 11 piece set, 7 piece setsingle d20, and single d6!


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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Dragons and Dice
Big, chonky dice

I wanted special dice for my combo deck using Ancient Copper Dragon and Ancient Silver Dragon. When the dice come out, the game is on the line. Roll an 8 or higher and I go infinite, 7 or less and I try again next turn. So of course I needed copper and silver plated dice, just for a little added pizazz.

Could I have used any old d20 and had exactly the same deck? Of course. But where's the fun in that?

Jake S

Love the feel of the weight and the color combo of that rose gold and purple! 😉

Isaac Winter

Dire d20 - Queens of Gilded Ruin

Lee Ann
Why do I buy dice?

I am not a gamer, but I do love the look and feel of the Storm Forged Dice. I use them with my grandsons to learn numbers, math skills, colors, and how to build the perfect tower. And I use them as "worry" stones, especially the Dire d20. It's beautiful but hefty and it just feels good to sit and tumble it in my hands. (Heaven forbid I should try to sit still.)

Cameron Powell

Dire d20 - Queens of Gilded Ruin