Every time you roll the dice you're giving yourself over to fate. Sometimes you do so with trepidation. Sometimes you do so with calculated deliberation. And sometimes you do so with reckless abandon, boldly taunting fate to do her worst. In times like that, a regular little d20 just doesn't cut the mustard. You need something big. Something heavy. Something that makes a statement. And for that we offer you the Titan D20.
This single D20 dice measures 55mm across, and weighs about 5 times as much as a regular 7-piece dice set all together! It's closer to the size of a billiard ball than it is to a regular 20-sider, and it makes a frightful clatter when you roll it across the tabletop. In fact, every roll of a Titan D20 brings its own set of extra risks--dented tables, broken drinking glasses, injured party members, etc. Don't roll it if you can't handle the risk.
The Titan D20 is perfect for use in D&D, Pathfinder, or especially in gonzo OSR games like Dungeon Crawl Classics. It's a layered blend of black and silver resin, with gold-painted numbers. It measures 55mm across and weighs about 5 ounces.
I've wanted a novelty large d20 for a while but they all come with the problem of being way too overpriced. The cheaper ones I've found just look bad as well being monochrome. This is a perfect intersection having a great stone like look being mostly light grey with darker grey streaks running through the whole thing, and the numbers perfectly stick out with a golden hue. It fits in the palm great being about half its size and really sells its size.
There are two small problems I have with this however, it may just be how used to metal dice I am but it feels quite light for its size which somewhat undermines the amount of weight I'd like to feel from rolling it but still decently heavy. My bigger problem is while the paint job on 19 of the numbers is anywhere from good to perfect there's a very noticeable amount of paint on the number 9 that looks chipped off out if the box. It doesn't ruin the dice since if I roll anything else its gonna look good. But 1 in every 20 times I roll the nine and its somewhat noticeable to chipping on the paint.
The Titan d20 is super fun to have at the table! Great contrasting colors that make for very legible numbers. And definitely a conversation starter :) In spite of its size, the weight of the Titan feels great in the hand (not too heavy, not too light). I do recommend using some sort of tablecloth or placemat when rolling it, however, as it is a very large die (obviously!). If you're going to use a dice tray, have one set aside specifically for this behemoth because there won't be much room left for other dice. Haha!