Baseball-sized d20 with encounter table entries printed directly on it.
Double-layer cardstock construction is remarkably sturdy.
Easy to customize, make, and use.
A keepsake that feelds great in your hand.
Some sets include original tables and entry descriptions.
Sets available for: 2020 encounters, and Essentials Kit: DoIP.
RPGs should be more fun and less tedius. Experienced DMs pick up lots of little tips and tricks to keep the action rolling so that the players stay engaged. Here's one for you: Cast haste on your table lookups with Adventure d20s!
Adventure d20s start with a random encounter table, treasure table, rumor table, or other table from a sourcebook and put those entries directly on a d20. That would be impossible with tiny plastic dice, but it works well with baseball-sized paper dice that you print at home. The effect is that as soon as the die lands, everyone at the table gets a taste of the outcome faster than you can look up a number in the book.
Allowing players to examine and roll an Adventure d20 can tantilize them with clues to potential outcomes and increase their sense of agency.
Adventure d20s can be specific to individual campaigns and customized to your group. That can make them tangible keepsakes to remember the fun times you all shared.
Parchment, plain, or light-colored cardstock
Scissors, knife, paper cutter, or trimmer
Glue pen or bottle
How to Make
Paper crafting difficulty: Easy.
Pay what you want for the templates at DMsGuild.com. You will also gain access to a Google Drawings that you can copy and edit.
Select parchment, plain, or light-colored cardstock.
Choose included art or customize with your own. Print at home. Make as many as you like.
Follow instructions to cut out, fold, and glue.
Game Night Advantages
Focus everyone's attention on each dramatic roll.
Keep player's hands and minds on the game with a tangible prop that feels good in their hands.
Build group cohesion by customizing them using campaign-themed art or words.
Gift them to your DM or players as unique keepsakes.
What encounter comes?
Every eye watches the die