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This Handmade Dice Set Is Tea-lightful

This Handmade Dice Set Is Tea-lightful

As Dungeons & Dragons continues to enjoy soaring popularity and welcomes new players, especially during These Strange Times, dice makers have risen to the challenge. With just resin, paint, and molds, dice makers create unique for players new and veteran to gleefully add to their collections. Dice sets from indie makers are handmade and hand-painted mini works of art, and we’ve found one that might be the most tea-lightful of them all. (Sorry not sorry.)

Live and Let Dice Arizona Tea Set

Live and Let Dice

Live and Let Dice created a complete set of minty green dice as an homage the iconic Arizona Iced Tea can. Bright and full of springtime vibes, the seven-dice set is also painted with cherry blossom branches and gold numbers. Fans of Critical Role will remember that Taliesin Jaffe’s character Caduceus Clay, a tea enthusiast himself, also wears armor with a similar aesthetic. So whether you’re a Clay fan or a fan of Arizona Iced Tea (and who isn’t), this colorful set is probably calling to you.

And, best of all, you can own it yourself! Live and Let Dice recently placed the “Arizona Dice Tea” set up for auction on ebay, where the bidding is already in the hundreds of dollars. If you miss your chance to bid, however, you’ll find the set up for pre-order later this summer on Live and Let Dice’s online shop opening on June 1.

While the dice maker admits they’re new to the craft, we’re already impressed with their colorful creations. Keep an eye on Live and Let Dice on Twitter for more details about future sales, as well as the hashtag #dnddice for even more masterpieces you’d love to roll across the table.

Kelly Knox is a freelance writer in Seattle, WA who writes for Star Wars, DC Comics, and more. Follow her on Twitter.

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