Check Out Dice Dragons for High-Quality D&D Accessories in the UK

For our tabletop RPG enthusiasts across the pond, you may want to consider exploring Dice Dragons, an online retailer and UK-based gem. Not only does the company bring new players to the tabletop space via charity work, Dice Dragons also provides high quality Dungeons & Dragons supplies to roleplayers across the globe.

They were kind enough to send me a few sample products, and I’d love to share my experiences with you.

Disclaimer: All opinions expressed here are my own. This post may contain affiliate links. At no additional cost to you, I may earn a small commission.

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First: Dice Dragons’ Charity Work

I recently had the opportunity to chat with one of Dice Dragon’s real-life humans. Not only is he kind and interesting, but the company is actively working towards making the world a better place. We need to support people like this!

Dice Dragons actively helps bring new players into the hobby, and has a range of content for beginning Dungeon Masters and players. They also write in partnership with a CIC that delivers games for the SEND population in the UK.

Check out their site using the button below.

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Dice Dragons, a site for D&D accessories, is based in the United Kingdom.

Dice Dragons Sample

Dice Dragons was kind enough to send me a sample of some of their supplies: a dice rolling tray, a set of their colorful “Pastel Playdough” dice, and a dragon-themed journal. They were all great quality and will be included in my normal rotation.

I’ve gone into greater detail and linked the products below for you.

D&D Polyhedral Set: ‘Pastel Playdough’ Dice

The colorful pastel dice from Dice Dragons are playful with a vibrant palette. They immediately reminded me of a great dice set for a character playing in “Wild Beyond the Witchlight” or “Strixhaven.” If you haven’t checked out these adventure modules from Wizards of the Coast, I’ve linked them below for you.

These colorful dice remind me of a Chessex set in weight and feel, and are not branded with any logos. The white inking is bright and easy to read against the other colors, and they are a fantastic addition to any collection.

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D&D Dice Protection: Rolling Tray

My favorite of the three items Dice Dragons sent is the rolling tray, which shows off their fierce dragon logo in the center. It snaps open to lie flat for easy travel or storage; it can easily fit on a bookshelf alongside D&D tomes.

The dice tray is lightly padded and soft to help protect our lovely dice collections. I love expensive glass and gemstone dice, so this is important to me. Plus, Dice Dragons sent me a purple one, which I thought was really thoughtful.

Dice Dragons sells rolling trays in two shapes: square and pentagon. Check them out using the button below.

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D&D Accessories: Dragon 3D Journal

The 3D journal I received from Dice Dragons has a metallic, formed cover shaped to look like a fierce dragon. The pages are thick and resistant to ink bleed-through. I did not test the journal with markers, but I had no issues with standard pens.

If you are a paper snob, you’ll find this to be a bit less creamy than the higher-end journal offerings; however, it is lined and works great as a gaming journal. Make sure you don’t stack anything heavy on top of it, though. Its 3D design could leave indentations on your other books or materials.

The size is perfect for carrying along on gaming adventures or simply using as a standard, daily journal. I’m a big Loungefly fan and it fits inside my little backpack nicely.

The attention to detail in design makes this journal a fun addition to any avid gamer or writer’s collection. Take a look at it using the button below.

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Closing Thoughts

I am grateful for the chance to have connected with Dice Dragons based in the United Kingdom. If you get a chance, especially if you live over in the UK, give them a look!

As of this writing, they offer free shipping in the United Kingdom, and international shipping is also available. You can visit their homepage using the button below.

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