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Ice_Pyro
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Nov 6, 2015
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I guess I didn't look close enough at the "Mini" Part, these are small dice, like any one of them could fit inside a standard sized marble (the 20-sided is about the size of a marble)
For the price, they are nice dice, you get 4 packs wit 7 of each color, which works out to around $0.45 each, not a great price for a mini die, you can walk into most card shops and hand pick full sized dice for around the same price
Would I buy it again? No. I own a lot of dice and have paid far less for far more in the past, I have bought a half dozen packages of mini 6-sided dice with the same swirled colors and those contained 48 dice for around the same price....
Final conclusion: Save your money, IMO the optimal price for this drop would be about $2 a bag ($8) and about $1 for shipping or roughly $9 shipped, not $12.22 total
For comparison, you can get a half pound of Chessex dice for about $15, or a full pound for about $20 on everyones favorite auction site, with free shipping.
Nov 6, 2015
Technique
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Nov 6, 2015
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Sadly I did not payed attention to the words "Mini" as you did. I was so excited that there was 4 sets of polyhedral dice at 10 bucks! This was actually my first set of dice to purchase to bring to D&D games, but man when the package arrived it I was wondering why the package itself was so small until I open the envelope and noticed that the dice set itself was pretty damn tiny... I should of just got a pound of dice from amazon.
I can't really blame them since they have stated it was mini, the quality build is decent (have 1 dice with damaged prints) the dice seem pretty balanced. But jeez these things so damn tiny.
Nov 6, 2015
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