The Common Style Dice Bag That We Always See
It's not enough just to have the most awesome collection of sweet dice on the face of the planet -- you have to be able to carry all those dice around from game to game. From D&D to Vampire, from L5R to Shadowrun, dice bags are pretty much a requirement for RPG gamers, since trying to carry dice around in your pocket just doesn't work out in the end. Trust us on this one.
Just like the dice themselves, the bags come in a variety of colors, styles, and sizes. The smallest ones may be just fine to carry your single D&D dice set to and from the game, and the largest is great for a more comprehensive collection. Our dice bags can be broadly categorized as:
Basic: simple dice bags that can hold two to three sets of dice. The cheapest options are made of velour and get the job done if you don't have a lot of dice. Fancier ones have images printed on them or are made from chainmail.
The velour style is the earliest and simplest, and a dice bag can be made by simply splicing the flannel. If you are interested, embroider the pattern on it or print your favorite logo.
Chainmail dice bag, which looks very cool, is basically constructed with a hoop. It can be said to be unique in appearance, but relatively speaking, it is more expensive and weighs more than other packages. Not very convenient to carry.
Leather: these are high quality, handmade bags that can hold many sets - six or more. There are a lot of leather dice bags on the market, but CZYY dice bag that I am currently seeing the most favorite and most distinctive one. It's made with soft faux leather and printed with dragon skin grain. Best of all is that the 3D glass cabochon eye… it sees right through you. On the other hand, It's not as large as a Bag of Holding, but you can still fit a good amount of things inside these pouches. Such as coins, jewels, watch or other EDC gadgets. I think it's a very satisfying personal dice organizer and a great gift for your dnd lover friends.
Dragonscale: these are awesome hand-made bags with anodized aluminum scales to represent dragon scales. The outside is made of anodized aluminum scales, but the inside is made of soft acrylic yarn. Double black ribbon drawstrings keep the bag tightly closed to prevent anything from falling out... The appearance above is quite novel. In my opinion, the sparkling crystal is more liked by women. Of course, men also have this favor. However, the design of the scales sometimes inevitably scratches clothes or other things and maybe a bit embarrassing.
All of the fancier options we have, from leather to dragon scale, are much larger and can hold many more sets of dice -- some of them easily able to hold over 100 standard sized dice. While any of these D&D dice bags are suitable for carrying just one set, some of the larger ones will feel pretty empty with just a 7-dice set in them. On the other hand, you can also toss in some coins or pencils (but be careful not to let the point damage the material).