Spectrum Skies Polyset
Spectrum Skies Polyset
Spectrum Skies Polyset
Spectrum Skies Polyset
Spectrum Skies Polyset
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Spectrum Skies Polyset

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- Spectrum Skies -

She loved this apartment. The shape of the window, the look of the curtains. She loved the view, especially in the late afternoon. The way the sun made the shades pink at sunset, and the sky changed colors as the light fell. The smell of the sun-warmed earth in the window box, and Moko's little grubby pawprints on the windowsill. She would sit here for hours, hair spun up into a bun, propped a little precariously by her sink, watching the windows of the city turn into mirrored, gradient portals of the setting sun.


Pcs: 7-piece polyset: includes d20, d12, d%, d10, d8, d6, d4

Finish: Fully finished, ready to roll.

Edge: Sharp

flaws: 1 face of d8 is shallow by approx half a millimetre. doesn't affect play or llegibility.

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Disclaimer:

You are buying a handmade product; whilst I do my very best to make them as nice as possible, I am not a machine, and I cast my dice using an analogue process. The dice may have small surface marks or a few tiny micro bubbles, especially those with larger inclusions. I will not sent out any dice that I wouldn’t be happy to receive myself, and my standards are high, but I do need to make sure that you’re aware that it’s a little usable art piece, not an injection moulded mass-produced thing! Large inclusions can also throw off the weight of the dice, but I do everything in my power to ensure a fair roll. (They’re not casino grade, but they’re perfectly fine for dnd!)

For sets that are available raw, care has been taken to preemptively do any patchwork needed so that each dice will mainly need to be finished on just one face. this may take the form of small clear bumps or deformities, but these are applied in a way that will allow the face to be sanded down flush