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D&D Acrylic Condition Rings 72 PCS Status Effect Markers in 18 Conditions & Colors with 3x6 Storage Box Great DM Tool for Dungeons & Dragons, Pathfinder and RPG Miniatures

D&D Acrylic Condition Rings 72 PCS Status Effect Markers in 18 Conditions & Colors with 3x6 Storage Box Great DM Tool for Dungeons & Dragons, Pathfinder and RPG Miniatures Item NO.: CR01

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Product Name D&D Acrylic Condition Rings 72 PCS Status Effect Markers in 18 Conditions & Colors with 3x6 Storage Box Great DM Tool for Dungeons & Dragons, Pathfinder and RPG Miniatures
Item NO. CR01
Weight 0.5 kg = 1.1023 lb = 17.6370 oz
Category Dungeons & Dragons
Brand CZYY
Creation Time 2019-07-30

One of the great challenges of playing and DMing Dungeons and Dragons and other role-playing games is keeping track of it all... Who caught on fire when that fire elemental burst through the group? Who is in the midst of a grapple? Is that miniature you turned onto its side dying? Or just prone?

Condition rings are a simple but effective way of eliminating the confusion and making your battlefield conditions not only easier to manage but helping both players and dungeon master's alike to avoid troublesome'I forgot that' moments that break your immersion.

The Dungeon Master Kit is compatible with 5E and includes all of the standard conditions listed in the Player's Handbook as well as markers for Concentration.

This set includes 72 Condition Markers:

4 x Blinded in Smokey Black
4 x Charmed in Enthralling Pink
4 x Concentration in Feywild Pink
4 x Deafened in Sky Blue
4 x Exhaustion in Eldritch Purple
4 x Frightened in Danger Yellow
4 x Grappled in Hellfire Orange
4 x Incapacitated in Potion Purple
4 x Invisible in White
4 x Paralyzed in Acid Green
4 x Petrified in Stone Gray
4 x Poisoned in Forest Gnome Green
4 x Prone in Lagoon Teal
4 x Restrained in Milky White
4 x Stunned in Sapphire Blue
4 x Unconscious in Bloodied Red
1 x 18 Lattices Acrylic Storage Box(At a glance and quick selection)

Simply slip the markers over your miniatures and all the information is on the battlefield for all to see! Excellent addition to your D&D campaign!



Ways to flag PC, NPC, and monsters with conditions isn't anything new and neither are condition rings. But I find condition rings super helpful whether you're playing with plastic, resin, or metal miniatures; or even cardboard pawns.+ Easy to read!Unlike a set of clear rings I've reviewed recently the black rings work much better for reading the varying colored text, even the pinks and yellows.+ True to size.-- A couple of the rings in this set the paint or sticker or whatever was used, stuck to the ring in front of it and separated from the base ring when I pulled it out to use the ring. Thus I have a few that are unreadable because the words are gone. Quality check issue in my opinion.> The storage box is okay.The lid doesn't close securely, but it is thematic in its design and there is a spot for each ring with label inside the box. The box itself isn't the strongest box either, so you might get some damage if you put this in your backpack to take to game night. A plano plastic container would be more sturdy and secure than this.OVERALL:A nice selection of condition rings that are so far the easiest to read and use.



This is the gaming tool I didn't know I needed in my life until I got it. Even though we don't usually employ minis during our tabletop sessions, I often lose track of timers on various NPCs during larger battles. I can use these along with a die to count down conditions on players or monsters. So if player A is raging for 6 rounds, for example, I can put the marker and a six-sided die in front of them so that everyone at the table has the visual cues. The only downside is that this set is meant specifically for 5th edition D&D, so it is missing conditions found in other d20 systems: confused, dazed, entangled, etc.



My son and his friends have recently discovered the world of dungeons and dragons. This was a perfect gift. My son loved the case since it looked like a spell book. There are plenty of rings and they are well made and durable, each with their own color coding.



These rings fit perfectly around the base of a medium sized miniature. They are easy enough to read, and pretty sturdy ABS plastic. They can be broken, we know this because someone stepped on one of the blank ones and it cracked. There are lots of different types of conditions, but no on fire which we were disappointed with last week (we just used Faery Fire instead). Overall these are great and helpful, I would buy again.



I have been looking for a good way to track the status and it happens on these rings. They suit me very well. and the colors are really eye-catching. which makes it very easy to track our status.



These status effect rings are great! Suitable for tabletop role-playing games. Mark a good way to prepare for next use in a comfortable and orderly manner. Add some magic to your desktop. so you have the mood to play characters! And recommend it to friends and strangers!



Used during battle. tracking status effect is easier. very suitable for desktop role-playing games. such as dungeons and dragons



Widely compatible with miniature models of various sizes. . Letters with a variety of colors and high contrast can be quickly identified. and players can easily read them from the desktop



It is convenient to pack different grids. very strong. and has a long service life. This is more beautiful and clear



Very convenient. simple to operate. and very practical. The props are beautiful in appearance. good in use and good in workmanship.



These are great because they are all color-coded so it's easy to see at a glance which characters or creatures are affected by the condition. There are 4 of every condition, which is usually enough for things like Faerie Fire or Blessed. They fit my pre-purchased minis fine, although it doesn't fit my Hero Forge custom mini, which is a bummer because it's my main character I'm playing right now. Probably I could file down the edges of the base to make it fit, but it doesn't fit right now. I have to kind of balance it on top of the condition ring. Other than the Hero Forge mini, though, the others I tried all seem to fit perfectly. The conditions included are all very common, and they are organized nicely in the box as well. There are also two blank condition rings that you could customize yourself. The display box is cool-looking as well, and stores right on a bookshelf next to your campaign guides. I'd give it 5 stars if the interior diameter were just slightly bigger to fit the Hero Forge minis.



These status rings are so practical and make game play go so much smoothly. These look nice and are well organized in the included holder box. Makes game night even more enjoyable and fun! Would make an excellent gift for your DM. Or to just add to your own d&d collection.Cons: none



This Upgraded D&D Condition Rings 96 Status Effect Markers with Color Printing in 24 Conditions & Spells, and with Magic Book Storage is a great aid when running a D&D adventure or a great gift for any DM. We have been playing D&D for over 40-years and are always looking for useful ways to make keeping track of effects easier.These are laser cut wooden rings that fit over most of miniatures and allow for easy tracking of effects. This type is color coded, which is very helpful. The storage box is just cool and fits in well with most of my other D&D items.Highly Recommended!CFH



These 96 condition markers for the RPG of your choice come in a pleasing cardboard and foam box with neat slots available for each set of four. There was a moment where I tried pulling the front button before realizing the clasp opens at the back with velcro: make sure you don't try to rip it from the front! Everything is very clear and quick to use in the box, and there are two blank rings included should you need to designate a condition not provided.The fit was generally good on the mix of minis I tried: perfect for some, a bit tight for ones with a rounded rather than flat base. For larger minis, one could hang them on the mini itself or tuck them on or adjacent to the base. I often run games that don't use minis so will be using these to distribute to players as handy visual reminders of the various fortunes their characters are suffering or enjoying in any given round.



I play a lot of D&D and love hosting my own games and Dming. However, it can be hard to keep up with all the conditions that can happen to a player in a game. That's where these come in and are so awesome to have. Not only do they help keep up with what's going on to what player but they look great too. I can put these on the player's figures if they have them, or I can just hand them out and we all know what conditions have been played and on what player.These are very well made and so sturdy. They are made from thick plastic, so they are going to hold up through many hours of gaming. And once we are finished they are stored in the coolest looking box that looks like an amazing magical book. It even has a faux leather velcro latch that keeps the box closed. This is such a great condition set and we love it.



I have no idea what these rings are for, but my daughter is really into D&D so I picked them up for her birthday. Not realizing that there would be an inherent redundancy, I ordered two sets which turned out to be from the same company...CZYY RINGS - $14.99You punch these rings out of little plywood sheets. Everything is beige. They match the squares I ordered from CZYY. They come in a plain black box, nothing special. 2 small nail files are included, presumably to dull edges so you don't get a splinter.CZYY “UPGRADED” RINGS - $24.99These rings come in a beautiful storage case that looks like a book. Everything is organized for you; there is nothing to punch out. The rings are colorful and very pretty.BOTTOM LINE: Which set you get will depend on your price tolerance, but the “upgraded” set is definitely worth the extra $10.



These come in a nice box that you'll be able to reuse for a while. They are well organized and make good use of color coding. They are durable and will be able to stand up to a fair amount of abuse.Groups that use these will really enjoy them!*We are considering making a wooden box for ours though...because the box they come in won't stand up to the kind of abuse it's going to get with us. We drop things way too much for this thing to live through.



way better in person. i love the packaging. the box is secured with a Velcro strap which is actually pretty strong. the gold foil pattern stands out the most to me. i think it looks professional and compliments the quality markers inside. it's all organized inside neatly and labeled too. we love everything.



Work great easy to find the right Condition quickly!!!



Great addition to the table. Fun graphics on the markers and an eye catching case. Recommended for any DM and a great price.