This page contains links to information concerning our 14mm designs. Here is a bit of history on how we came to design BattleDice. And here are a few photos of our earliest "Tommy" dice. You can learn more about our Sniper! Effects die here. Additional information on some of our other 14mm specialty dice can be found throughout this page.
January 2020 Release
|$15 (new price) Gold foil on ace is easier to read. IN STOCK (March 2023)|
December 2018 Release
|$15 each - available in white or black versions|
November 2016 Release
Back by popular demand, a revamped version of our MOL dice. The new set consists of two white dice, one of which serves as the color die. See poster below for details.
|NEW PRICE effective March 2022 $50/set Molotov's Cocktails|
January 2016 Release
Our original Đust Đevils (with amber die) are sold out. They were discontinued because amber is no longer available. The new version consists of two opaque dice: white and black. Both dice now have orange pips.
January 2015 Release
|$45/set Dust Devils|
January 2015 Release
Our revamped white Heretical Rate of Fire die is a result of feedback from players who found the gold and copper foils on the black version too similar. The Heretical ROF die is rolled as a third die. Its sole purpose is to determine ROF. To avoid confusion, the die has no pips. (Early production runs retained white pips on some faces.)
|Look mom! No pips! Clean finish is ready to roll.|
Tommy pairs - 2015 releases
|DISCONTINUED - some singles available for $10 each (as of March 2023)|
Sniper! Effects die
The 14mm (9/16”) Sniper! Effects die is now dark-red with gold foil on ace! White foil on the deuce.
|Sniper! Effects die (OLD DESIGN) $10 each, while supplies last (some still left as of July 2022)!|
How to buy
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Care and cleaning
CAUTION: Do not use solvents such as wood alcohol to clean your BattleDice. A bit of mild dish detergent and warm water is all that you should ever need. We recommend cleaning dice after periods of prolonged use. Cleaning will remove salts, acids, and oils that may corrode the foil, especially the metallic foils such as silver and gold. Do not "scrub" the dice.
If you are prone to holding dice in your palm throughout a game, we strongly recommend that you clean your dice after each game. This is particularly important if you suffer from "sweaty palms" during play. We have yet to experience any wearing of our personal dice. However, we only handle them when rolling, and generally leave them on the table when not in use. We also tend to clean them after a tournament, or long day of gaming. Cleaning your dice gently will not only prevent premature wear of the foil design, but it will also restore the jewel-like appearance of the cubes.
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