d20 Necklace for Portable Nerdery

by Carolyn

d20_necklace.jpgYou’re in a darkened basement, huddled over your bag of dice waiting for your turn in Shadowrun. Sweat beads across your forehead as you roll your lucky d20 between your fingers, awaiting that all important saving roll that you so desperately need.

That’s a feeling that a lot of tabletop gamers have when they’re in the moment. These same gamers have an obsessive compulsion over their dice: nobody else can touch them, they use certain ones in certain situations and they are most always stored in a special bag. These gamers love their dice, especially the de facto standard d20 dice.

So what better gift for that gamer than the d20 Spiral Necklace? The pendant is a nifty, wire spiral design that holds a random colored d20 die on a 24″ adjustable cord strap. From Think Geek:

The venerable d20 die, that platonic solid whose numerical etchings cast an impartial providence upon friend and beast alike. It holds the power to grant or take life, and even the power to revoke such grants. Imagine such an influential tool intricately cradled in a spiral, that ancient symbol of the cycle of life, death, and re-birth. Now imagine that spirally-fenced die bound to your body and soul by cord around your neck – ready for whatever circumstance the Fates throw at your feet. Ok, now snap back to reality.

Great icosahedron, that cracks me up! The die can be removed from the wire spiral, so if you’re really picky about your dice you can take the one they send you out and replace it with one of your own – perhaps that “lucky d20″ that you keep in your left pocket.

Pick one up for 10 gold….er….$9.99.

[Think Geek]

3 reviews or comments

Friday Gallery of Gadgets » Coolest Gadgets Says: February 8, 2008 at 11:42 am

[…] d20 Necklace for Portable Nerdery […]

Manik2k Says: February 10, 2008 at 5:28 am

Shadowrun only uses 6-sided dices… and there’s no saving throws… that’s Dungeons and Dragons ;)

Richard Says: August 9, 2010 at 12:18 pm

Hmm is there ANY way to get this necklace in England? without it costing me over $20

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