At times it feels like any harmless dice box you see in real life might actually be a Mimic. These D&D monsters can look like many things but seem to prefer morphing quickly from treasure chest to mouthful of teeth.
For another dice box to turn out to be a Mimic and still get a mention on the blog, it would have to be remarkable. Unnatural20Art have done just that.
These Mimic dice boxes, and there’s a whole family to worry about, is hideously impressive.
Large Mimic dice boxes from Unnatural20Art can hold several sets of dice. Several. They’re currently on pre-order at the time.
I’m especially impressed that the Mimic chest can actually be closed. It doesn’t look Mimicy at all, then. You’ll surprise a friend with this, I’m sure.
Created by Danielle Hurley and Karl Payne, Unnatural20Art is full of wonder but sadly only support shipping to the United States.
Good news! There’s also an Etsy store. That opens doors. Using Etsy, they can use that marketplace’s VAT and customs tools to facilitate more international options.
This dark art is impressive, and none of it’s cheap.
I can see Christmas wishlists being updated to include Chonk Cthulhu skull d20s even as I write this. That’s nearly £70 before shipping. There’s also the standard Cthulhu skull d20 and monster eye d20 for closer to £50.
Not cheap, as I said, but I think it’s hard to doubt the talent on display here.
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