Q-Workshop Bloodsucker Black/Silver 7ct Polyhedral Set
Q WORKSHOP proudly presents unequaled Bloodsucker Polyhedral Dice Set, unique and best for all immortal heroes or undead's slayers. These dice have been found deep down in our secret project’s drawer, covered in soil from a Carpathian tomb. There was the time in unlife of vampiric RPG ’s that the best horror setting used to be the one about Ravens on the demiplane of dismay. Everything was packed in the famous red and black boxes with maps, monster manual’s pages, and all other gaming stuff. The adventures in a land of fantastic vampires, lycanthropes, ghost ships of horror and Gypsies were the best we could play. We’ve been cherishing those memories up to this day. This brings a bloody tear to the eye and East European accent to speech. So today we want to introduce some dark eternal beauties, beyond comparison on this or the other side of life. This set is for both old and young gamers, whether you play as one of the undead or try to get rid of them. This set will certainly help you find fun and joy that conquers death or makes the undead state more bearable.
This Bloodsucker Dice set is black as the night of horror adventures, with a glass of dark coke and a deep hollow voice of Game Master, telling us frightful stories about vampire's land full of Crows and Bloodsuckers. The deep engraving, similar to the best cemetery metalwork, is filled with quicksilver paint (non-toxic) resembling the unquiet nights and mists full of vampiric thralls. Morbid guiding light of games played by our creator guided us in finding really nostalgic fonts, color scheme and this ambiance of long-forgotten fun with role-playing games that only the inner children can rebuild. But past won’t return and we hope you will make new memories with those dice. Roll them with care, and find them after exciting throws in dark corners of your games room. This set is your aid for surviving new adventures and discovering the same fun as we, at least in the new editions of your most beloved campaigns from the past.