Gilded by Light
Bison Horn is piano black, with some white and grey marbling. The golden numbers are not painted but rather they have been laser engraved as are all of our dice. Buffalo horn does not turn black in response to heat as most of our materials do. Instead, it turns a nice golden hue. This golden hue makes these jet black dice exceptionally easy to read.
Necromantic Vessels of the Plains
So where did the minions find these necronomic vessels to carve their omens to the dark gods of randomization? They were summoned from the undead corpse of a bison. They used to roam the vast American interior until we hunted them to near extinction. Before that the American Indians used the Bison for everything from food, to tools, to lodging, and clothes. Today, the Bison is raised as food right alongside cattle on many ranches. It has been successfully reintroduced to many parts of the United States, so it is no longer in danger of extinction.
Mark of Undeath
Taking a deep breath while we are making these might just be a detriment to one’s health. Bison horn leaves a horrid smell that permeates our shop for days after we finish making them. If horn didn’t make some of the best dice on the planet we’d quit working with it all together. Gross. That smell gets in your hands and it won’t wash out… Lucky for yall, these dice don’t smell once they are complete as they only smell while they are being worked.
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