MDG Lapis Lazuli Gemstone Polyhedral Dice Set
MDG Lapis Lazuli Gemstone Polyhedral Dice Set
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Literally “blue stone” in latin, lapis lazuli is a semi-precious stone known for its intense blue tone, and it plays the starring role in this set of polyhedral dice from Metallic Dice Games. These stones feature marble-like accents of silver and gray, a great way to boost your next game night Read More

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Zyrael
126
Jan 10, 2019
This is my absolute favorite set of dice! Picked em up last year at GenCon from the MDG folks (who were very nice and helpful). The Lapis is hard enough to not crack or chip from rolling in dice trays, unlike some stones. I'd avoid tile or hardwood floors, but if you are on the fence... BUY em.
ilse
0
Jul 30, 2018
They're here and they're Gorgeous
JessicaWolf
0
Jun 27, 2018
wonderfull i like that
reptile18
21
Apr 27, 2018
painted numbers or engraved?
Katiebunny94
6
Apr 27, 2018
The Jasper dice had painted numbers.
xakinator
7
Jun 27, 2018
They're painted, but don't feel like they are going to wear off anytime soon.
DeadlyVortex
6
Sep 19, 2017
Those are some awesome looking dice, but man, that pricetag's a bit more than I can take! Maybe one day!
tskiller
177
Jul 19, 2017
These are nice dice. Numbers look good in person, but I've only had them for a month so I can't speak for longevity.
I do really like the look and feel though. How about a drop of amethyst, or rainbow fluorite? :D
LabBugs
2
May 19, 2017
I want these dice, but is it worth it with the numbers painted on?
Does anyone have similar dice from the same maker? How do the numbers look in person?
TheMaker51
20
Jul 20, 2017
I bought a set of these the last time they came through. They feel nice with a good weight, they look very nice, and even the bag they come in is of a high quality. I dropped the d6 off of a table and it landed on a corner, but the chipping is not that bad. The main complaint would be that the weighting is almost definitely not uniform; there are a few other materials naturally found in Lapis that alter the rolling balance of the dice, such as pyrite and quartz.
Thranx
103
May 18, 2017
When the paint in the pic isn't even well applied... it does not reassure one as to the quality of the product.
pandajon
4
May 18, 2017
Any reviews on this one? Worried if it'll chip off like the other gemstone dice that MDG sells.
Zyrael
126
Mar 16, 2017
I have a set of the "Cat's Eye" (I suspect it's a cheap synthetic). They look pretty, but the first time the d20 rolled off the table (anyone who plays games knows this happens) and fell < 3' to the wood floor a big chunk of one corner came off.
I don't mind paying the listed price for these dice, they are gorgeous, I just want a reasonable assurance that they can actually be played with.
TheMaker51
20
Mar 19, 2017
Did you mean <3'?
Zyrael
126
Mar 20, 2017
Yes of course. Newborn baby = constant brain farts.
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