Xhorhas Dice Set
Fight off the terrors of Xhorhas with this beautiful set of 7 polyhedral dice. Housed in a matte finished, deep purple steel box that features the seal of the city, this set of dice is made of solid zinc alloy, embossed with holographic rainbow numbers, with the Critical Role logo printed on the d20.
- Artist: Jordyn Torrence (@atjordyn)
- Materials: Zinc Alloy
- Set of 7 polyhedral dice including one of each of the following dice styles:
- d4, d6, d8, d10, d12, d20, and percentile dice
Without of all the dice I own I'll have to say they are one of my favorites easily top three I'm glad I finally got a chance to support this company in this group of people that have got me through such a hard time in my life I enjoy everything that these people put out and create keep up the good work I hope you guys keep going for a long time
Beautiful, heavy dice that feel great to roll, and just to hold. My only worry is that, because of the raised numbers, the smaller-faced dice feel a little wobbly, which could prejudice the D20 in particular against rolling any nat 20s (as it's opposite the particularly wobbly narrow 1).
I had been skeptical about buying metallic dice, mostly due to some of the price tags I've seen! I'll admit, what motivated me to buy these is that I'm playing in a Wildemount set campaign as a Xhorhasian Drow 😁 So, I opted to get these for use in said game.
They look, feel, and roll well! Rolls feel more randomized due to their mass and momentum... I now get the appeal of metal dice 😄
Absolutely beautiful dice. Well presented in a lovely tin, good heft to them - make sure you're rolling in a tray or mat to avoid damaging surfaces. I love them!
Was very excited to invest in my first set of metal dice. The weight difference is wild but I’m here for it! The colors pop really nicely and this is a beautiful set. I was a little worried about the protruding numbers effecting the roll integrity / dice getting cocked, at least with the d20 (which has the smallest surface area per side), but so far has not been an issue when tested out. One thing I was surprised about was how sharp the corners are - not blunted at all, especially apparent on some of the smaller dice (d4, d6). Probably need to keep these ones away from the kiddos moreso than other sets. Overall a very cool product with some minor limitations.