Terralith are totally unique, luxury metal roleplaying dice, perfect for defending yourself in moments of danger and peril!
Will you decide to go for an extra special D20 to add to your collection, or the full set to really strike fear and awe into the hearts of your fellow roleplayers?
Availably singly as D4, D6, D8, D10, D10%, D12, D20 variants or as the full polyhedral set, Terralith are battle ready dice, that will make your group sit up a bit straighter because things suddenly got serious...
Terralith come in 4 galvanically bonded finishes (Black Zamak, Old Brass, Old Copper, and Old Silver) and are perfect for gamers who want to instil fear into the hearts of their opponents.
(Disclaimer: can also be used as caltrops if required)
TERRALITH is a collaboration between Grublin Games and Irondrake Srl. to make dice that are totally different from anything else in the world.
The team behind Irondrake started off by designing fashion accessories for boutique brands such as Armani, Diesel and Levis, before throwing that all in to do something they are truly passionate about - making dice!
Formed in 2013, Irondrake is an Italian dice and miniatures publishing company that has been making stunning, 100% original metal dice for gamers. You can check out their website HERE.
So how did Terralith start?
Terralith started life during the summer of 2014. Waggle Dance had just successfully funded on Kickstarter and, faced with the prospect of producing 250,000 custom dice, I was looking for a technical director to advise on dice production.
During our Cornish Smuggler launch at Spiel-13 in Essen, I had gone hunting for my customary dice set (every convention I get a new one) and had come across the Irondrake booth where they were launching their new set of Irondie.
Remembering Davide from Irondrake and his spectacular dice, I got in touch and, with the help of the Waggle Dance Kickstarter community, asked Davide to help finalise our Waggle Dance dice designs and to get them production ready.
Once Waggle Dance was produced, we continued talking about dice, how well they symbolise gaming (more so than the meeple in our opinion) and how much we both enjoyed the variety in our collections. We talked about what makes dice so cool and how dice could be made differently, Davide then mentioned that he had a series of dice that he had been working on and asked me if Grublin would like to collaborate to publish these.
We spent a long time (lots of Skype) discussing how this would work, what Grublin would be doing and at some point during this I found out that the region of Italy that Irondrake is based in is called Curno. The Cornish name for Cornwall is Kernow...that might have had something to do with the decision to do this =)
How Grublin and Irondrake are collaborating
Simply put, Irondrake handles the design and production aspects of Terralith, Grublin handles the advertising, fulfilment and distribution in the UK.
Irondrake has an incredible amount of experience not just in designing metal artefacts, but has fostered a close relationship with the factory where Terralith are cast.
Using this intimate knowledge of the production process means that they are pushing the envelope on what can be achieved by metal casting and, because any potential problems can be recognised and addressed before samples are even made, it means we can make dice that properly balanced and properly amazing.
By working in this way, we are both utilising our strengths and definitely feel that we have collaborated to make something totally, totally unique!
Want to read some independent reviews of TERRALITH? Check out the links below!