These are some more pictures of my newest d20, inspired by the upcoming Kaladesh set for Magic: the Gathering.
twenty sided die is now available as both a spindown life counter for
Magic, and as a regular numbered d20 for tabletop RPG games such as
Dungeons & Dragons and Pathfinder. Both versions are available in a
range of metals with different finishes, as well as in a larger plastic
version. Check them out here.
Here’s the Bingo card for Aether Revolt. There’s some interesting stuff on here for sure, and a few that contradict. It’ll be fun to see how it plays out.
Thanks to everyone who submitted, especially to @briam516 who suggested the following bonus square, which I just can’t leave out: “After the main events of the story unfold and we reach a happy ending (barring the phyrixian invasion possibility), Ajani introduces the gatewatch to Tamiyo’s storytelling circle. After telling their story, either Tamiyo or Narset says “Well, why didn’t you just *insert obvious simple solution* rather than lead a rebellion?” Jace then has a mental breakdown.”
This pendant was inspired by the Magic: the Gathering expansion Kaladesh. It is
in steel and coated with a gold colored patina. It measures about 44 × 15 × 15 mm (1.7 × 0.6 × 0.6 inch), and weighs about 3 grams.
The pendant has an eye with inner dimensions of 1.5 × 3 mm at the top,
so that it can be easily worn on a leather cord or other kind of chain
(not included). You can also attach it to a key ring, dice bag etc.
So I did this last year when Origins came out. After today’s Magic Story I think it’s time to make a sequel.
BTW this token is available from my Etsy store at http://www.etsy.com/shop/elonethart (Shipping takes 2-3 weeks since I’m sending them out from Malaysia but I throw in random stuff) as well as from 5ColorCombo.com.