With summer upon us, most of the big TV shows on hiatus, and a good portion of geek-friendly movies already released, this is the perfect time of year to dust off your DM screens and drag out your character sheets for some old school gaming. And what’s a good tabletop roleplaying geekfest without a whole bunch of obscurely geometrical hunks of plastic with numbers on them? In celebration of old-school gaming and the creativity that goes along with it, here’s a collection of twelve awesome fan-made dice bags — one for each side of your marbelized translucent dodecahedron.
1. Binary Code Dice Bag
deviantART member foxymitts made this as a gift to a friend who plays Shadowrun (an RPG with futuristic elements).
2. D20 Dice Bag
Etsy seller FroggyCreations offers both large and small versions of this D20 dice bag in various colors.
3. Dice Dragon
Also from Etsy is this Dice Dragon by BugsAndMonsters. Inserting the dice gives the dragon its spikes!
4. Green Lantern Dice Bag
This bag was knit by knittingkumquat and bears the famous logo of DC’s Green Lantern.
5. “How I Roll” Dice Bag
This bag features a patch embroidered by jorielom as a birthday gift.
6. “Oona, Queen of the Fae” Dice Bag
Based on a Magic: The Gathering card, this bag was made by spastic-fantastic.
7. Minotaur Dice Bag
MajereNoir made a plush dice bag for each of her friends a few years ago, based on their favorite color and monster. This was one of the results.
8. Cthulhu Knit Dice Bag
A. A. Leavitt-Reynolds of Arcana Vitae Design offers a great tutorial for anyone wanting to knit this Cthulhu-patterned dice bag.
9. Blue D20 Dice Bag
Another bag made to look like a D20, this time in blue and made by cleothemuse.
10. Pac-Man <3 Ms. Pac-Man
WonderErin knit this Pac-Man <3 Ms. Pac-Man dice bag for her husband as a Valentine’s Day present. So cute!
11. Dice Bag of Devouring
This rather terrifying bag was made for gugibufugi by her friend Tina at Bags That Bite.
12. Elven Scale Dice Bag
Etsy seller DragonRose offers this Elven-inspired scalemail bag, which has a backing of regular chainmail.
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