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Crowdsourcing Mornings: Oracle Dice Box – Master Monk Gaming

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Let’s get right to it. The reason you’re here. The Oracle Dice Box is something that the Master Monk team has had in the works for over a year. Perfecting every little detail, asking people like you what you wanted to see and have in the perfect dice box. It needed to be sleek, well made, protect your most valuable dice, and most of all; be of the same quality people love from Master Monk, only the best.

Lets face it. We have all been in a position where we are searching for a particular set of dice. Whether it’s in a dice box, a chest with dozens of other dice, or a bag we have a particular set in mind each time we play. We also love collecting dice. Why would you HIDE your collection? You wouldn’t. Each set of dice deserves it’s own house to commemorate that time you got it. Maybe it was at a convention, from a friend, loved ones, a wedding gift, the list goes on. If we hide dice, we are hiding those memories until the time we finally dust them off after years of being lost.

Protecting your dice is important. Even plastic dice can chip over time. If you have gemstone dice, glass, or even well crafted, handmade dice, or wooden dice, you not only want to show them off; you want to ensure they stay nice for their lifetime. We use a high density foam to ensure that even when your oracle box is bumped, tossed in a bag, kicked, dropped or put through any number of trials, your dice are not being damaged.

You also don’t want your dice slamming into the acrylic window or the bottom of the box. The foam ensures the dice stay in place even when tipped upside down. The inside of all our boxes are sanded smooth and finished with wax to ensure a soft finish that will not scratch even the most fragile of dice. If you open your dice box and the inside feels rough, it CAN scratch your dice.

As of April 17th, this project has raised $10,000 of their $5,000 goal. This project has 28 days left to raise as much as it can. For a pledge of $1, you will get project updates.  For a pledge of $38, you will get one Oracle Dice Box.  To learn more and to pledge money, go to:

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