The more DND Dice that you have, the more that you need some method of keeping and rolling them. While Tabletop Accessories make basic gameplay more engaging and interesting, Dice Accessories are a great way to spice up your collection, and make the simple acts of keeping and rolling your dice twice as fun as usual.
Linni moved quickly through the crowded streets, ducking in and out of alleyways, jumping from shadow to shadow. It wasn’t a particularly honorable way to live - a street-thief, slipping her dagger into the belt pouches of various passersby - but it kept her alive. She didn’t have the flair and the magic of the acrobats and entertainers, nor the strength and charisma of the gladiators. But she had her speed, quick and dexterous hands that could enter and leave a purse without its owner being any the wiser. Today, she’d managed to cut loose a man’s entire coin pouch, and it was heavy with something inside. When she reached her home (barely more than a few boards at the back of an alley), she tugged it open, and gasped. Whatever this was, nestled in the pouch, it wasn’t coin at all...
Keeping Track of your Tools
Dice are wonderful, but they can be hard to keep track of, especially alongside all the other paraphernalia that comes with playing a TTRPG. Dice boxes and bags, as well as backpacks (affectionately called ‘Bags of Holding’, after what is perhaps DND’s most recognizable magic item) are the perfect solution for keeping your items sorted and safe.
Dice bags are the most common of d&d accessories. They help you carry and collect your dice collection in a place a little sturdier than a plastic baggie, or the flimsy plastic box that they come in. They’re easily customizable to the player and character, or just according to taste.
Dice boxes are also common, and favored among dice fanatics. They usually only hold one set of dice, but they’re even more sturdy than bags, and are amazing display options for your fancier (such as wood or metal) sets. They aren’t as easy to customize, but they always look high-class.
Backpacks/Bags of Holding
Not everything that you need for a game will be as small as dice, and when you need to carry larger items, a Bag of Holding comes in handy! Designed after perhaps the most popular magical item in Dungeons and Dragons, backpacks make it easy for you to tote about all of your books, folders, pages, and other accessories to and from your games.
Enhancing Your Tabletop Experience
Some accessories aren’t necessarily for transportation - they’re meant to enhance your gaming experience at the table (or over the computer). These towers, trays, coins, and more are great for increasing engagement with your rolls, acting as props and decoration for your set up, or simply keeping you in the style of your character.
Rolling just on the table or the floor works, but it isn’t nearly as fun as a dice tower, which is designed to really shake up your rolls and randomize them. These towers are mostly-vertical rolling aids - you just put your die in the top and let it roll down the inside.
You can find them in a variety of styles, from the super simple blocks, to hyper detailed realistic imitations of towers, castles, and other structures, so you can match their to either your character or your preference.
If you don’t like the show of a dice tower, dice trays are much more subtle, and serve as a container in which to roll your dice by hand. They make sure that dice don’t fall off the table or into anyone else’s space. Many of these are wood, leather (which can be collapsed) or plastic, as can also come in a wide variety of styles.