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Castle Dice Tower with Tray Wood Laser Cut Dragon Carving Easy Roller Perfect for Board Game, D&D and RPG

Castle Dice Tower with Tray Wood Laser Cut Dragon Carving Easy Roller Perfect for Board Game, D&D and RPG Item NO.: DE03

US$ 16.99

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Product Name Castle Dice Tower with Tray Wood Laser Cut Dragon Carving Easy Roller Perfect for Board Game, D&D and RPG
Item NO. DE03
Weight 0.2 kg = 0.4409 lb = 7.0548 oz
Category Dungeons & Dragons
Brand CZYY
Creation Time 2019-03-18

CASTLE DESIGN: This tower has been precisely cut and decorated with a high-powered laser engraver - It is adorned with a classic Dungeons & Dragons motif; Abjuration are engraved on the sides; On the tower front, the Dragon ampersand is deeply engraved over the dungeon, with the magiccircle adorning the tray front.
PORTABLE AND OCCUPY LESS SPACE: 6.3" tall, 2.3" square pieces. The tray is also 2.3" square. It is perfect for tabletop gaming without taking up much space. You can fold the tower portion up into the base tray, so you can store your lucky dice inside it and carry it where ever you go.
EASY TO ROLL: Dice size up to a standard d20 can be rolled through. Even a full set of dice can be drop in the tower and roll to the tray without issue.
RANDOMIZED AND UNDISPUTED: There are three intersecting steps for the dice to clatter around in the tower, so does a good job of producing a random result. Dice results are less likely to be argued after use our wooden dice tower!
LESS TROUBLE: Using the dnd dice tower is much better than rolling on a table, no more dice flying off the table and no interference. Do not let your dice simply fall on the table, let them trundle down this cool tower!

Keep your game pieces in place, your counters properly counting, and landscape scenery intact with this laser-engraved dice tower. Control your gaming environment and keep wild dice throws to a minimum! This dice tower is made of quality plywood and engraved with laser technology. Crafted of high-quality materials, this tower is sure to last many gaming sessions!

The tower comes as a bunch of flat wood pieces, that you can easily fit them together by screws. Once complete, it's solid, nice looking, and compact. You will be glad to buy it!

2.3" Wide, 6.4" Long, 6.3" Tall(Standing); 3" Wide, 6.3" Long, 2.6" Tall(Folded)

- Made from birch plywood
- Made with Laser-cut Precision
- Made to last a lifetime
- No more chasing dice off the table
- Engineered to not need a dice tray
- Easy to assemble(Includes screwdriver and screws)
- Portable, rolls awesome and it's not too loud.

Imagine if you will, and you hear the dungeon master call out "The necromancers dark chant rises, and the spell shoots towards you in a dark green blur. It hits you in a flash! I need a roll." You know as you grab your dice this is a do or die moment. You could roll them on the table, but before you is a fantasy inspired dice tower! Victory is near as your dice drops and you hear the echoes if the plastic on wood! The entire table waits, eagerly waiting to see if you survive!



Cool gift. Gave it to someone who plays D and D and they loved it



Easy to assemble and works great!



Like other reviews have stated, some of the drilled screw holes are not well aligned, and some are drilled quite close to the outer surface of the panel where the etching is. This is thin wood too. All that said, if care and some precision is practiced while putting this together, it very much *will* assemble without too much trouble and without damaging the outer decoration much - if at all.Once assembled, it works as advertised. Here's my pros and cons:Pros:* Assembly isn't difficult* Seems sturdy once built* Dice roll through without issue* Small, so it doesn't take much space.Cons:* Small, so you're not going to dump 20 d6 down it in one go. 10 d6 is ok though, in my experience.* It's wooden, so it's a little noisy.* Positioning of pre-drilled screw holesOverall I'd buy this again for myself or as a gift. It's not perfect, but it's not super expensive and gets the job done while looking kinda cool.



This is a 4.5 star review, which I must unfortunately round down to 4. 0.5 was lost because a couple of pieces were slightly misaligned. In no way does this affect the usability of the finished product, and I am very happy with it.I assembled it without painting/staining/laquering or anything. It was really easy to put together, and looks fantastic on my desk. I love the sound the dice make as they bounce down the tower. I love that I even had to put it together, as it feels more like its mine to me, even though I didn't alter or decorate it. For the price, you really can't go wrong here.



This dice tower was fun and easy to put together. I especially appreciated the little screwdriver that came with it so I didn’t have to hunt one down. I used it at my last DND gathering and I loved using it! I’m hoping to paint it soon to give it more flair.



Little warped when I got it but not to bad, just hard to close the thing, there also wasnt any instructions, other than that great product, very happy with it



Feels a little easy to break, however very easy to put together and rolls dice well.



Easy to put together. Came with 2 extra screws (and an appropriately sized magnetic screw driver) in case you lose one since they’re so tiny. I used the extra screws to bind the pieces together better in areas where they were bulging out a bit due to how tightly I had connected the pieces in other areas. Turned out well.Is VERY loud when rolling plastic or metal dice. Maybe buy some felt to line the pieces with before you assemble? It would help muffle.



PRO: easy to assemble, rolls dice adequately, looks great, compact design fits tidily on a bookshelf.CON: balsa wood, with laser-drawn patterns on the exterior: some delicate bits, like the points of the portcullis, can break easily but would never be touched during normal use, so it's not really a problem. Wood color isn't particularly attractive; it would take wood stain easily, but that might obscure the nice lasered-on designs.



My fiancé loves this to play DnD with. It makes the coolest sound when the dice are rolled. It was easy to put together and collapsible so it fits in his bag. Great product!



This is a fun kit. Relatively easy to assemble and lots of potential for customization. I decided to apply a light maple wood stain before assembling and it really made a difference in the overall look. I see where some have had trouble getting the screws to line up. I think this is because the larger pieces have a tendency to bow a little. I’m not sure if mine were bowed out of the box or if that happened while is was staining them. But if you don’t pay attention to that, there’s a good chance your screws won’t line up. It if you take it slow, put the screws in one at a time as you bend the pieces into alignment, everything goes together just fine. I also used a little wood glue on the edges to help hold it together.Standard size dice tumble through this without any problem. My only complaint is that I wish it would tumble them a little more. Maybe making the surface of the ramps a little rougher to encourage the tumbling or have one of the ramps turn 90 degrees might help. That being said, I’m getting fairly random results on the dice I toss in there.



Get a special screwdriver. If you take nothing else from this review, go to your local big-box store and buy a $10 special screwdriver. The on provided SUCKS, and you'll need a good screwdriver.Okay, meat of the review. The instructions are hard to decipher, but if you get the general gist of a dice tower, you can figure most of it out. The pieces all line up great, and the craftsmanship is great.But the screws are a royal pain. I got most of one put together, but there isn't enough leverage on earth to use the crappy screwdriver included. The normal micro-screwdriver set I have didn't quite have the right bit, so it kept slipping as well. I ended up at a big-box home improvement store, where I spent ~$10 on an 18 bit micro-screwdriver set. After that, everything went together swimmingly, and they have held up and been used ever since.Dice size: 25-30 mm dice are fine; after that, you can start to see size issues creep up. If you have jumbo/oversized dice, might want something different.Metal dice: So far, so good. I bought these both for space, and because my players each got a metal D20 for Christmas. Nothing broken, seems to hold up to the rigors of play very well without harming the table.



First and foremost the dice tower is great and after some minor DIY engineering/fixes my final product fully assembled is solidly built and fully functional.The instructions were entirely pictures and in color. We had no problems understanding what went were and all the screw holes were predrilled and the lined up...sort of :(Here’s my dong on the product and I would like to say that this is only my experience with the product, I only bought one so maybe if I would have sent this one back the pieces would have been perfect? But a few of the prices in my set were warped and not exactly straight. This quality control issue caused some minor difficulty in putting the prices together without breaking the pieces when I tried to screw them together. The screws are VERY tiny but they did include a magnetic screw driver that worked perfectly. Due to the warping I decided I would also glue the pieces together so that I wasn’t relying on just the screws to hold it together. The glue will make this piece last MUCH longer. I used some small hand clamps to hold the pieces in place with the glue dried. The warped pieces caused the screw holes to not line up exactly and the wooden pieces are only 1/4” thick so even slightly off caused 2 of the screws to break through the visibly side. I simply glued the pieces back in place and hand clamped the area until the glue dried.We tested the dice tower and it works perfectly. The inside angled steps which cause the dice to tumble are securely attached using the die cut tongue and groove. I also glued those in place.When your finished you have two sections that go together to form the tower and dice corral where the dice finish their tumble. The two pieces do fit together tightly and by the friction of the two pieces hold together well. You can separate the two pieceS for easy storage and transport; however...you guessed it, I glued those bad boys together. LOL. The tower is not that big when constructed and we won’t be transporting it very much, if at all. I glued it because I can see the two pieces wearing down after constant putting together and taking apart And losing the friction fit.I am very happy with my purchase even though I had to DIY engineer/fix the final product. We will use the dice tower every game now. I really bought it for the kids so they would get more excited about wanting to play. I think it did the trick LOL. I just may purchase another one for the dungeon master to use.I would recommend this dice tower. I just hope I got a dud set and others get straight pieces in their set.



This is a little flimsy when putting it together, but sturdy once assembled. I gave this as a gift to my tabletop gamer girlfriend and she loves it!



What I wanted.



This is a nice little dice rolling tower. It's my first. The inner part fits nicely into the rolling floor, although it is just a little tight when trying to nest it for storage. That said, it works, was fun to assemble (included the screwdriver), and my wife and I now enjoy it for playing our dice games like Farkle or Yahtzee. (Yes, I'm a gamer, but we don't roleplay together).



It was a great buy



Its cool



Fun to assemble, easy to use. It is now a must have whenever we play any board game.



This is very nice and fun to put together.