Eldritch Arts Dice Boxes Review

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A little over two years ago, I posted a review of Eldritch Arts’ dice boxes. Last Spring, I took a look at some new designs and Pawn’s Perspective hosted a giveaway for the Rogue Class Dice Box. Last week, I was fortunate enough to receive a shipment from Eldritch Arts containing four of their five most recent designs – including their personal favorite, the Unicorn. These designs are new for 2019, and Eldritch Arts refers to them as the Mark III. This third-generation dice box has come a long way since the original dice boxes (which were pretty darn nice) that I reviewed. Eldritch Arts, a two-man shop, has also made efforts over the years to improve their production capabilities in order to ensure a more consistent quality product.

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These dice boxes sell for $26.95 and are made of Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba) hardwood. They are lined with high-quality felt to protect your dice and are held together by two grade N52 rare earth magnets keep the lid secure. Crafted in the Pacific Northwest, each box has a beautiful laser-engraved image on the lid. And, for $8.95, these boxes can be custom engraved with a personal inscription. These boxes make excellent gifts for fellow gamers or are perfect to add to your personal collection. I have always been a big fan of these dice boxes and am equally impressed with the latest artwork options as I have been in the past.

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