Little Dragon Corp – Dad Dragon Dice
Are you ready to Roar?
The Dragons of Little Dragon Corp are coming out of the woodwork to your table.
Moonie took an epic adventure across the globe and met many fellow dragons. In her adventures she made friends with dragons like Frump & Grump, a two-headed dragon with very different personalities. She also found her family that were hiding all over the globe.
Perhaps the most loved of all is Puppy the Dragon, he is a Newfoundland beagle that wears dragon wings and horns thinking that perhaps he is a dragon!
These dice sets are designed in Canada and come in a beautiful crystal case that makes it easy to stack on top of each other.
Each set comes with 11 pieces, that is the standard RPG set with an extra D20, and 3 extra D6’s
Packaged in a crystal clear box; it is easy to display and stack in your showcases.
Look for more Dragons to pop out of hiding in the future!
Dad Dragon Dice Was designed around the concept of stealth. Dad is the one you can only catch out of the corner of your eye, he blends with nebulas and the stars all across the galaxy.
With silver ink that is easy to read it is a good set for being able to read for a long time.
Check out the History of Dad Dragon Dice at Dragons of Little Dragon Corp.
Have you ever wondered the what color a warlocks soul is? well here ya go. Even warlocks need sparkles! Gorgeous color and this set continues to roll REALLY well for me!
kimmiller.msc (verified owner) –
I’m on the fence about this set, but only because of how amazing I found the companion Mom set. It’s gorgeous and exactly as pictured with striations and sections of accent colours suffusing the dense glittery purple. However, I personally find the density of the purple tends to mute these accents more than I’d prefer in most of the dice and in one dice the color accents are very crisp like a puddle of colour.
If you like more densely colored dice this is a perfect set for you and is best viewed in natural light to really appreciate the more nuanced shades to the colour. If anything I’d say it reminds me of my father, the better you know him and the more you look, the more you will see.
I will honestly say I wasn’t sure what to expect when I picked these dice. The actually dice are much prettier in hand, compared to the images. The photo that shows them in the sun is the best representation. It shows the depth and sparkle in these dice. They’re a nice mix between dense colour and the soft flowiness seen in the Mom die.