“Opal kesulu” is a phrase unique to them. Google’s smart search matches the word to “Cthulhu” and that’s the answer, perhaps a trademark dodge and an entirely weird one because I don’t see Cthulhu; I see Ghostface.
The UK-based retailer offers a combination of dice; from a full RPG set to just the big ones to look good.
It’s the colour that people seem to be buying the dice for based on the reviews. It’s the same reviews that give me some confidence the shop is safe. Void said;
fast delivery and they look so nice in direct sunlight! got two d12 instead of a d8 but i talked to the seller and they offered to send me a new d8!
DiceARTstudio also warns that gemstones are surprisingly fragile and recommend that the dice are only rolled onto something like a felt dice tray. Don’t launch these purple stones.
The seller also recommends this personalised dice box for them, which costs about the same again, and they sell. It does look good, I concede!
- Called kesulu dice!
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