Discover Chaos in Physical Form with The Path of Chaos Metal RPG Dice Set

A Unique, Pandemonium, Chaotic Presence

Okay, no one can deny that high-quality, engraved metal dice are super cool. The Path of Chaos Metal RPG Dice Set by Blue Wizard Gaming features 7 dice: a D4, a D6, a D8, two D10, a D12, and a D20, each weighing 33-45 grams. Each die's appearance has been inspired by all things chaos, featuring designs similar to that of weaponry and puzzle boxes.

These dice are produced in solid zinc alloy and are both heavier and larger than standard dice sets. With high-quality, detailed, 3D designs, these metal dice are sure to add an additional sense of gravity to every roll of your campaign. The Kickstarter also includes dice trays and mats, which are recommended to help protect the dice and surfaces which they are rolled onto.

Add runes to your rolls for £45 ($55) with the full Chaos RPG Set and £50 ($61) to add a dice tray. Dice mats are also available for £20 ($22). Check it out before the campaign ends on September 20th, 2019.

Go to the Kickstarter here!

About the Product

The characteristics of the Chaos set:

  • 7 x RPG dice: 1xD4, 1xD6, 1xD8,(2x) 1xD10, 1xD12, 1xD20
  • Produced in solid zinc alloy
  • 3D design
  • Engraved with chaotic runes
  • High-quality and detailed
  • Unique shape and format

Blue Wizard Gaming prides themselves on the production of high-quality unique metal dice. By backing this project not only will you make this set a reality you will also help us build some truly amazing dice in the future! You may have seen a few on our Instagram already, if not feel free to check them out!

The D4

The D6

The D8

The D10

The D12

The D20

More on Kickstarter

See more about the game on the Kickstarter page! Check it out before it ends on September 20th, 2019!

Go to the Kickstarter here!

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14 months ago

Holy cow. I'm so sorry I looked at these because now I'm ruined for life! haha These looks so cool! Although they seem like they'd be a tad difficult to read at first glance. Has that been an issue at all?