Today is National Taffy Day! I thought in honor of this widely-celebrated national holiday, I would present you with fun, candy-themed gaming accessories to brighten up your gaming table. Plus, I added in a sweet discount! Let’s take a look.
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Dark Elf Dice: Candy Edition
I am linking some of the dice and gifts I recommend today from my favorite dice store, Dark Elf Dice. I usually shop with them over other options because they have a huge variety, are fairly priced, and they are a small business, which I like to support. Two of my favorite sets are from here: My heartbreaker sharp-edged inclusion set, and my dissonant scream sharp-edged inclusion set. I love these. They are beautiful, super sharp, and colorful.
I can also get you a 10% discount off anything you purchase there. Just use this code: MALICEINNANDTAVERN when you check out.
All of the dice pictured below are less than $20 for the set. Most are less than $10. Enjoy!
These oversized dice are called “Big Candy Dice” and have candy-inspired inclusions inside. They are super cute and a lot of fun. They’d be great for kids, too.
This set is clear and filled with colorful stars. They are fittingly called “Star Dice: Colorburst.”
This might be my favorite of the group. These dice have different colored dragon eyes included within.
These super whimsical dice have clouds and rainbows included. They’d make a great set for the lighthearted amongst you, or a gift for Pride month. That’s coming up soon, too.
These Cantrip dice are actually called Thaumaturgy–they’re not named after candy. I thought they looked good enough to eat, though, so I included them anyway.
I never thought of Thaumaturgy as being pink, purple, and glittery. I think these dice should be called Purple Haze, but maybe that’s too common. What are your thoughts? I’d love to see your best dice set name ideas in the comments below.
Moderate Priced Dice
The following sets are priced from $20-$50.
These sharp-edged inclusion dice are full of rainbows and are easy to read. Their name is “Electric Crucible.”
Not ready for winter to end? These “Winter Wonderland” dice are packed full of what look like tiny candy snowflakes, keeping your frozen heart sated all year long.
How about some “Celestial Bliss”? These beautiful sharp-edged dice are part of the same series that I already own two sets from, and they are my favorite.
These are called “Eternity,” and have rainbow galaxies inside. Not exactly candy, but definitely colorful. Check them out here.
The following dice sets are priced over $50.
These purple Agate gemstone dice have eye-catching layers. Also… they’re purple.
Natural Fluorite Dice. These have gold numbers pained on the sides and have a beautiful, shattered appearance.
Etched Rainbow Glass dice are super popular these days for good reason. They are beautiful. A little hard to read, but totally worth it.
I saved the best for last. The most beautiful dice on this list, in my opinion, are these dichroic rainbow glass dice. They are just a stunning array of delightful colors. They’d make a nice treat for yourself or a lavish gift for someone you care about. Take a closer look here for a 10% discount.
If you’re more of an Amazon groupie, you’ll appreciate the fun, brightly colored accessories we found for you below. Check them out!
For those of you who play remotely, check out these headphones. They are made by Logitech, which means you know they’re going to be good.
This headset is not by Logitech, but it’s highly rated and a little more budget-minded. I love the pale pink color.
I love the rainbow dragon scales on this dice bag/rolling mat. It’s a great way to travel with just one set of dice. It comes in quite a few colors, too.
If you’re more of a “travels with eight sets of dice” person, no shame. I have this same rolling box with a purple raven on it, but this one has a pink battle unicorn, and it comes in other colors, too. It’s amazing.
If you don’t have access to a 3D printer, this box of minis can go a long way in making sure you have plenty available. In my opinion, purchasing miniatures is not as economic as printing them in the long run, but 3D printing is definitely not something everyone wants to tinker with (and for good reason—it can be a headache). Check out this collection here.
These vibrant, candy-colored condition rings are super useful for in-person games. Sling them around your minis during fights and never have to remember which creatures are wrangling different conditions again. We use them at my table and they’re great to have.
You know I love journals. I have an embarrassing number of them, and I’m always on the lookout for another fun one to add to my collection. This one is so eclectic and cool looking. It comes in lots of colors, too.
This Dingbats journal is a staple for all you paper lovers out there. It comes in loads of colors, and each color has a silhouette of a different animal. I love that it comes with an elastic strap to hold the journal closed and a loop for a pen. I find those details indispensable.
A metallic, rainbow D100. It’s also oversized and hollow.
These dice reminded me of Everlasting Gobstoppers. They aren’t, though. They’re metal.
These dice have little donuts included in each one. Do I need to say more?
New colorful additions to our games are the just the thing for cheering up the end of spring as we head into the warmer season.
And if you’re on the hunt for Father’s Day gifts, make sure you check out our rundown on suggestions for that, too.
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