An echo of the material plane, the Feywild mirrors the mundane world but alters its reflection. Primal magic fuels this realm, capricious and wild, emanating from the mercurial emotions of its natives, the Faerie. Forever trapped in twilight, the distant sun never seeming to fully set (or to fully rise), the Feywild is a land of soft lights and mystery. It is beautiful. It is enchanting. And it is dangerous.
Feywild Lights is an 11-piece polyhedral dice set that's perfect as an introductory set for fifth edition Dungeons & Dragons (DnD 5E). It includes all of the dice present in a regular 7-piece polyhedral set, plus an extra d20 (so that you can make advantage and disadvantage rolls simultaneously) and three extra d6 dice (for a total of 4d6, which allows you to more easily generate your ability scores by rolling all four dice at once). The dice are a beautiful blend of transparent purple and blue. Numbers are painted in white. The quantities and sizes are as follows:
-1 d4 (16mm)
-4 d6 (16mm)
-1 d8 (16mm)
-1 d10 (16mm)
-1 d00 (16mm)
-1 d12 (18mm)
-2 d20 (20mm)
of DICE! Amirite?
Beautiful Set of Feywild Lights and a wee set of the Sprites (bonus set of Blades in the Dark d6!)
Full disclosure, I got the Sprites because I can blow one out of my nostril while staring into the eyes of the GM.
I do my own stunts. I do NOT recommend launching wee dice from ANY noses.
Right Rev. Jim
Love them thankyou
It's weird to figure that something as simple as transparent blue and purple can look so nice, but they certainly do! They blend together enough to work well and fade into each other nicely!
Gave them as a gift to my daughter she loved them