Stocking Stuffers for Your Players

Unlike gifts for game masters, a gift for other players from a game master needs to be useable by a group or able to separate into distinct parts. This list is all under twenty bucks and can fit in a stocking, listed from least to most expensive.


D&D Potion Candies

  • Cost: $7
  • Company: Boston America
  • Description: If you have a beleaguered healer in the group and have difficulty keeping track of who gets healed when, just use these candies instead. Each potion swig means the player eats a candy.

Inspiration Coins

  • Cost: $8
  • Company: CZYY
  • Description: Not every group uses inspiration, but for those that do this is an attractive way to show inspiration, with a dragon on one side and a ship's rudder on the other. You get nine, plenty for all your players.

Life Trackers

  • Cost: $10
  • Company: Stratagem
  • Description: If you have players who are constantly wearing a hole in their character sheets from all the damage they take-and-heal-and-take-again, these inexpensive counters are invaluable.

Dice Jail

  • Cost: $10
  • Company: Fates End
  • Description: These 3D printed jails can be customized by texture to ensure your dice get the message. For that player who can never roll higher than a 1.

D20 Engraved Coasters

  • Cost: $15
  • Company: 1337 Shady Studios
  • Description: These coasters are an elegant way to show off your love of RPGs without being too overt about it. Just tell non-gamers you like the pattern.

Player and Monster Tokens

  • Cost: $15
  • Company: Dahan Dice
  • Description: If you've got a group that wants to use miniatures for combat only, you can't go wrong with this set of tokens. There's 22 in all, with 12 player tokens, one for each class.

log in or register to remove this ad

Michael Tresca

Michael Tresca

Visit Our Sponsor

Latest threads

An Advertisement