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    RPG Podcasters/Bloggers Wanted: Exotic Wooden Polyhedral Dice Giveaway



    Ok so I make handcrafted dice. I've finally figured out how to make exotic wooden polyhedral dice. To celebrate I am giving away 3 sets of dice. You can read more about that here.

    More importantly, if you run an RPG Podcast, or a blog, youtube channel, or what have you, please contact me. I'm looking for some folks to give dice to so they can review them and/or give them out to their audience before we launch the next kickstarter.

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    Dropped you a line.

    Our shows are multi-ENnie award & Golden Geek winning with an audience of c. 20K. I think they'd love these.

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    thanks paul. you've got mail. listened to a couple of your shows. very well done.


    so i pulled this list from last year's enie nominations

    Atomic Array
    Chronicles: Pathfinder Podcast *Silver Winner*
    Flagons and Dragons
    The Dungeon Master Guys Podcast
    Yog-Sothoth *Gold Winner* - already has a couple of sets headed their way.
    Honorable Mention: Kicked In The DiceBags

    does anyone else have any recommendations for a good podcast or two?

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    All Games Considered
    D6 Generation
    Dicetower
    Haste - the obsidian portal podcast
    Jennisodes
    Ludology - with a suggestion for him to talk about the history of wooden pieces in board games.
    Pulp Gamer
    Roll for Initiative
    3.5 Private Sanctuary

    and an outlier, 'This is only a Test' from tested.com. They cover maker stuff and a very tiny bit about board games. They might be interested.

    Oh, also Will Wheaton, just in case.

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    I don't have a blog worth mentioning, but those are some beautiful dice! Have you ever made super-exotic dice? (d14, d16, d18)

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    Oh yea. DCC dice! Can you make those?

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    @darjr - not sure what dcc dice are. but we could probably make them. i'll take a look at the show you posted and get in touch with them about our dice. thanks. @Tequila Sunrise - we haven't made anything but the standard polyhedrals yet. not sure if there would be a big enough market to make the oddball dice. the market for $100 sets of dice is pretty small as it is.

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    thanks paul. you've got mail. listened to a couple of your shows. very well done.
    Thank you.

    Our Halloween show is now out, too.

    The Silver Lodge 009: Halloween 2012

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