Character Class Dice: The Sorcerer
You are the sorcerer. These dice are yours. While others must study magic for years to learn its secrets, ARCANE POWER FLOWS THROUGH YOUR VEINS.
You were born a sculptor, and magic is your medium. You might not know many spells, but you're a powder keg of arcane potential.
Open this tin and harness the power of 14 dice in two colors, including extra d6s and d8s for that subtle, empowered, "careful" fireball spell that will make the party's wizard jealous (if it doesn't kill everyone in the process).
Blue: D4, D6, D8, D10, D100, D12, D20
Red: 3D6, 2D8, D10, D20
Open Game License v 1.0a Copyright 2000, Wizards of the Coast, Inc. System Reference Document 5.0 Copyright 2016, Wizards of the Coast, Inc.; Authors Mike Mearls, Jeremy Crawford, Chris Perkins, Rodney Thompson, Peter Lee, James Wyatt, obert J. Schwalb, Bruce R. Cordell, Chris Sims, and Steve Townshend, based on original material by E. Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson.
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This tin is very elegant, though not as thematically geared as the Rogue tin. Upon initial sight, one could mistaken the sorceress' stance as that of a monk-like character holding a staff, channeling a measure of ki. With that being said, it adds something to the nature of the cover, enhancing it instead of detracting as the sorceress now seems more of a martially oriented individual, willing to mix it up with friends and foes alike.
With good sturdiness, the tin has a nice weight and apparently capable of holding another two sets of dice, if needed.
Furthermore, the tin's face uses a subdued palette, as may be seen, and it works quite well. Matter of fact, one could even think that the swirling energy cascading at top was done in glowing paint since it has that classical light-green hue and texture. In local lighting, the tin's hues are more alluring.
Every die within has a beautiful mixture of tones - light and dark blues swirled into one set, saturated red and black within the other set. As a point of nitpicking the only issue with the dice is that the bluish set has a greyish hue for the numeration, making some numbers a bit harder to see. The red set's numbers, though, can be seen quite clearly with no difficulty. The color selections for this set clearly make up for any deficiencies.
As with the other sets, these dice appear to be on the lighter side, giving them more bounce. Those who prefer metallic dice may find it a bit distracting, but that should be a minor concern, especially if a dice tower is being used.
This tin does fall into the realm of a novel sorcerer's set and is ideally worthy of any dice goblin's collection.
PS: Rumors are the Goblin Team is using these dice to carefully sculpt fire spells...
to light the air...
Morale, never stand behind a grinning goblin. They're experts at rolling those extra d8's...
The colors stand out quickly as this set depicts the arcane energies with a multi-shaded blue/grey main set with lavender ink and the bloodline is represented with a red and lightly black marbled additional set inked in white. The additional dice are very easy to read and the main set is generally easy, but a few facets may be a touch difficult if the background is too light. The tin is colored in very pleasant lavender and light purple to darker shades with a sorceress conjuring up some arcane energy with a majestic mountain range in the background.
I love the class and I love the dice. Thank you for building a dice set for my character needs.
Bought these at my local shop today for a game. They're really nice, but only comes with 1 D4. It's irritating to have to roll it 3X for a spell like magic missile. Overall though, worth the buy.
Imagine a realm outside time and space where there are dice for every D&D class, welcome to my torment...Just like the picture/description says, gotta love the bespoke class dice. Does it sound like I am repeating myself? Please make it stop.