Hey, all!

I know it's been some time since we posted last. The start of 2018 has been a bit of a bear for us here at Passionerdly with traveling, family passing, and full schedules. However, we are getting back in the swing of things and wanted to post a couple updates.

Tome Travelers will return to your sublist on Monday, March 19 (one week from today)! We will be returning to Aberrant for character creation. Be on the lookout for the link!

Dice Voyeurs will have a new episode this week. Also, our blog is moving to our website; the link you should bookmark for new posts can be found here. Here you will find the latest blog post, featuring our favorite boardgame tavern, Kansas City's own Pawn & Pint. You can find it here!

Other than that, mum's the word on a few upcoming projects including a collaboration we are really excited to share with you, but keep an eye out on our blogs and social media as we'll be sharing it there soon!

Until next time; show me your dice, and I'll show you mine!


Posted on March 12, 2018 .

Ready for Adventure!

Have you ever wanted an all-in-one case for your Players Handbook, character sheets, several dice sets, a handful of minis, writing utensils, and your spellbook cards? Us, too!

Posted on January 29, 2018 .

Tactical Dice Bag!

Back in October, I (Roxy) was doing my usual wake-up-and-scroll-through-social-media routine when I spied an Instagram ad from the D20 Collective for what looked like a tactical dice bag. Tactical dice bag? YES!

Posted on January 26, 2018 .

Q-Workshop Dice Cups

These cups produce a nice sound when used to roll, and hold a fair number of dice, about two or three seven-piece polyhedral sets, easily. We highly recommend these items, and if steampunk and Tolkien aren’t your particular aesthetic, Q-Workshop offers many designs, some printed, some stamped, on multiple leathers.

Rollin' Stones

On the market today, there are dice of every shape, material, and style available. From polymers to fine woods to bison horn; it’s out there if you’re willing to pay for it. Some materials are far better suited for practical uses while some are best for display. Tonight, we look at Roxy’s most expensive set of dice to-date. Were they worth it?

Posted on November 7, 2017 and filed under Dice, Podcasts, hematite, Stone Dice, Game Master Dice, Red, Grey.