Necromancer's Dice

Raised from beyond the grave, these dice call to their past lives. Crafted under the fell moon, they rise to fill the ranks of your undead armies.

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    Jack O’20s

    Jack O’20s

    $44.00

    Halloween is here at last and the Minions are celebrating with more of their dark Necromantic rituals!  Today we bring you these Spooktacular American Bison Horn dice with an extra scary twist. This horrifically limited run of twenty sided dice is engraved with an exclusive horror font and an eerily smiling cheshire jack o’ lantern in place of the 20, for added evil when you crit your players to death in that upcoming undead TPK.

    Expected Restock Date: October 2022

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  • Reindeer (Caribou) Dice

    Reindeer (Caribou) Dice

    $61.00$381.00

    Nothing quite says Christmas Magic like flying reindeer. If you’re looking to add a bit of this magical holiday season to your next dice roll, look no further than these dice sets crafted from genuine reindeer antler. We have a number of 9 dice polyhedral sets as well as d20s. Why nine dice sets? Because Santa only has 9 reindeer. And in the spirit of Santa’s sleigh pulling team, you can opt to have the d20 of the set infilled with red because well Rudolph’s nose is known to glow so bright! In addition to the 9 dice polyhedral sets we have a number of single d20’s available to stuff your stockings with as well.

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  • Momento mori d20 in box square

    Memento Mori D20

    Memento Mori D20

    $293.00$2,691.00

    Due to state export and import laws, we are unable to ship any Momento Mori dice to the following states: Georgia, Tennessee, and Louisiana.

    International shipping restrictions may apply. Please check with your local legal authority before purchasing. Materials seized due to conflict with foreign law are not eligible for refunds or replacements.

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  • Oosik Dice (Walrus Baculum)

    Oosik Dice (Walrus Baculum)

    $287.00$2,870.00

    Oosik is a term used in Native Alaskan cultures to describe the bacula of many mammals that inhabit the frozen north. Chiefly among those are walruses, seals, sea lions, and polar bears. The oosik is a polished and sometimes carved baculum of these large northern carnivores. It’s one of the densest bones in a mammal’s skeleton and is used quite often in schrimsaw and tool making by the Inuits. These particular dice have been crafted from Walrus Oosik that has been resin stabilized, and are inlaid with Copper. A little over half the dice in this run came from walrus oosik, that was exhumed from an abandoned Inuit village.

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  • Longhorn d20 Full Group

    Longhorn Dice

    Longhorn Dice

    $52.00

    There are very few animals as iconic to the great state of Texas as the Texas Longhorn and being based out of Dallas, Texas, y’all know we couldn’t resist making some epic dice to represent those majestic beasts.

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  • Deer Antler

    Deer Antler

    $49.00$475.00

    Deer begin to grow antlers in early spring. By late summer they are fully grown and ready for that annual battleground of breeding called “the rut.” Whitetail deer antlers are some of the fastest growing tissues known to man. The antlers originate from the pedicles (the part of the skull responsible for antler growth) backwards but begin to sweep forward as they grow at the phenomenal rate of up to 1/2 of an inch PER DAY!!!

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  • Mammoth Ivory

    Mammoth Ivory

    $248.00$2,459.00

    **Due to trade bans in the following states we are unable to ship mammoth ivory dice to California, New York, New Jersey, Illinois, Nevada, New Hampshire, or Hawaii.

    **For international orders, please check with your country’s customs department prior to purchase.

    Mammoths were huge, wooly, tusked beast that went extinct around 10,000 years ago. Though, a small population did survive on a remote Arctic island until about 6,400 years ago. Mammoth bones were first discovered in America by European explorers, though they were erroneously identified as bones belonging to giants that lived before the biblical flood of Noah. It wasn’t until African slaves were brought to America that Wooly Mammoth bones were correctly identified as being a

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  • Bison Standard Poly Set

    American Bison Horn

    American Bison Horn

    $36.00$471.00

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  • Gator Jawbone Poly_0000_Bamboo Green

    Gator Jawbone (Bamboo Green)

    Gator Jawbone (Bamboo Green)

    $63.00$327.00

    For those that aren’t aware, bone makes for horrible dice, it’s porous, oddly shaped, prone to chipping, and the larger pieces we need to make dice from are hollow and spongy in the middle thanks to that wonderful thing called marrow. So, for the longest time our standard answer was, “Nope sorry, we don’t make bone dice.”

    As it would turn out all those issues are solved once you stabilize the bone and cast it in a urethane resin block. The colored holes you see are the resin filling in the teeth holes in the gator jawbone. The white parts are the actual gator jawbone. Yup, these dice aren’t just crated from any old bone, they’re made from an actual alligator jaw bone fresh from the swamps of Lousiana. Actually, they come from an alligator farm in Louisiana where we source gator jawbones from the largest of farm raised gators as it takes an 8ft gator to have a large enough jawbone to craft our dice from. Much like carnivorous cows, these gators are raised for meat and leather. If you haven’t tried it, fried alligator tail is really delicious.

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  • Gator Jawbone Poly_0010_Southern Citris

    Gator Jawbone (Southern Citrus)

    Gator Jawbone (Southern Citrus)

    $63.00$327.00

    For those that aren’t aware, bone makes for horrible dice, it’s porous, oddly shaped, prone to chipping, and the larger pieces we need to make dice from are hollow and spongy in the middle thanks to that wonderful thing called marrow. So, for the longest time our standard answer was, “Nope sorry, we don’t make bone dice.”

    As it would turn out all those issues are solved once you stabilize the bone and cast it in a urethane resin block. The colored holes you see are the resin filling in the teeth holes in the gator jawbone. The white parts are the actual gator jawbone. Yup, these dice aren’t just crated from any old bone, they’re made from an actual alligator jaw bone fresh from the swamps of Lousiana. Actually, they come from an alligator farm in Louisiana where we source gator jawbones from the largest of farm raised gators as it takes an 8ft gator to have a large enough jawbone to craft our dice from. Much like carnivorous cows, these gators are raised for meat and leather. If you haven’t tried it, fried alligator tail is really delicious.

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  • Gator Jawbone Poly_0009_Red Snapper

    Gator Jawbone (Red Snapper)

    Gator Jawbone (Red Snapper)

    $63.00$327.00

    For those that aren’t aware, bone makes for horrible dice, it’s porous, oddly shaped, prone to chipping, and the larger pieces we need to make dice from are hollow and spongy in the middle thanks to that wonderful thing called marrow. So, for the longest time our standard answer was, “Nope sorry, we don’t make bone dice.”

    As it would turn out all those issues are solved once you stabilize the bone and cast it in a urethane resin block. The colored holes you see are the resin filling in the teeth holes in the gator jawbone. The white parts are the actual gator jawbone. Yup, these dice aren’t just crated from any old bone, they’re made from an actual alligator jaw bone fresh from the swamps of Lousiana. Actually, they come from an alligator farm in Louisiana where we source gator jawbones from the largest of farm raised gators as it takes an 8ft gator to have a large enough jawbone to craft our dice from. Much like carnivorous cows, these gators are raised for meat and leather. If you haven’t tried it, fried alligator tail is really delicious.

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  • Gator Jawbone Poly_0008_Mardi Gras

    Gator Jawbone (Mardi Gras)

    Gator Jawbone (Mardi Gras)

    $63.00$327.00

    For those that aren’t aware, bone makes for horrible dice, it’s porous, oddly shaped, prone to chipping, and the larger pieces we need to make dice from are hollow and spongy in the middle thanks to that wonderful thing called marrow. So, for the longest time our standard answer was, “Nope sorry, we don’t make bone dice.”

    As it would turn out all those issues are solved once you stabilize the bone and cast it in a urethane resin block. The colored holes you see are the resin filling in the teeth holes in the gator jawbone. The white parts are the actual gator jawbone. Yup, these dice aren’t just crated from any old bone, they’re made from an actual alligator jaw bone fresh from the swamps of Lousiana. Actually, they come from an alligator farm in Louisiana where we source gator jawbones from the largest of farm raised gators as it takes an 8ft gator to have a large enough jawbone to craft our dice from. Much like carnivorous cows, these gators are raised for meat and leather. If you haven’t tried it, fried alligator tail is really delicious.

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