Dungeonmorph Blocks!

Dungeonmorph Dice are an inch across. The mind may not immediately translate that into a kinesthetic that connects with the physical objects. When I got them I could not help but notice they are about the size of blocks.

I am not the only one who noticed.

This is my son. He can fit up to 4 blocks in each tiny pudgy hand. He knows what games you can play with these dice; pull them out of the bag, put them back in the bag, stack them, knock them down–so many different games you can play with the same d6s!

Around my house, that’s how we roll.

For additional game master training cred, please note he already has his own world to play with, lower right corner. And yes, he will get to try out a sandbox campaign in the future, when it gets warmer.

Note: This is a closely supervised activity. I am sitting directly off camera in easy arm’s reach. Please no freaking out about sitting on a table, playing with dice at the age of 15 months, etc. Thank you.

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7 Responses to Dungeonmorph Blocks!

  1. p hurshman says:

    delightful post!

  2. p hurshman says:

    I am sure that the dice are nice, but, the pictures are priceless!

  3. fictivite says:

    Glad you like it. We’re training up the next generation right. =)

  4. m.s. jackson says:

    OMG You let him on the table! Holy cow! 😉

    Glad your son likes them, it was a pleasure working with the others on the dice. I am giving mine to my nephew for a Christmas present (they are arriving today). He is the only one in my family that will appreciate what they are and the fact that I was involved in their making.

  5. fictivite says:

    That’s one of the great things about the internet–finding people you may never meet but who care about what you’re doing.

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