If you're doing to have a dice out in front of you, a thing that everyone looks at when you take damage or pull off a stunning recovery, then surely you want it to ooze geek cool.
Do you use something other than a paper character sheet when you're actually sitting at a table to track your character's hit points?
The digital download costs a few dollars and delivers three pages. The first page, as you'd expect, does most of the heavy lifting.
Just when I thought I had seen every possible way to store dice. Petulant Pudgies has invented the Mimic Dice Holder Tree, and it looks amazing.
If you must have a Tom Taggart original, and it doesn't have to be a monster for your books, then there is some good news.
Size is important for planters, and this Pac-man and Ghost set comes in two options; 6x6cm and 10x10cm. You also decide whether you want the tray or not.
Dice towers are handy for a few reasons. They can add some drama to a game, they can keep the dice from shooting across the table, and if everyone uses the same dice tower, no one is cheating with their dice.
Redditor Bronson Ferri shared a laser engraved D&D character sheet. It's shiny!
The dice are selling out, with two sets remaining, but they're absolutely at the high end of the market and cost more than $75 before shipping.
I think having Obi-Wan Kenobi great people at my door by telling them that I'm an introverted geek and that they should move along might be the way to do it.