The Fen Dice Palette

The Fen Dice PaletteThe Fen Dice Palette

The Black Dice Society is an official D&D stream set in the horror setting of Ravenloft. The Domains of Dread call out to six souls as they struggle to survive their journeys through the Mists...

Support the cast and bring home your own piece of Ravenloft.

Curated to fit Tanya DePass's Dhampir Drow, this character bundle includes:


Mystery Bag

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
So awesome!!

Love the different sets chosen for this. I’ve never ordered from here before, but I will again. Each set is unique and ties into the theme at the same time. Love the extras that came with it. The dire D20 has great weight to it. Love the whole set!

Jennilee Johnson
Very Excited

This dice pallet was well thought out. The combination of colors and textures allows you to play this on its own or add to it. The character cards were a great addition, as was the dice bag.

Joe Skitz
All around Great Dice!

Purple is my Wife’s favorite color, got these for her a a little surprise. She absolutely loves them. From the color palette to the way they roll and feel in your hand, these are some fantastic Dice. Amazing Value for what you get too!!

Michelle Daugherty
Fen Dice

The Fen Dice set for The Black Dice Society are gorgeous. All the little extras and hand written note made the purchase so special. Thank you so much!

Gwen Louise
So beautiful they put my other dice to shame!

I absolutely love this palette! The colors are beautiful and the numbers are highly legible, which is important to me. I was especially pleased with the pearlescent white dice, which were far prettier in person than a picture could communicate.