Have a passion for table-top RPGs? Wish there was a way to roll a few crits without the tedious task of die-bag delving? Have FAR too much time on your hands? A new do-it-yourself-kit has been created for Dungeons & Dragons fanatics, giving them the opportunity to make a nifty hand-bag in the shape of a D20. Sweet Scotch-taped Specticles, Batman!
The sorcerers at Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories have decided that the world is now ready for an icosahedron, hand-bag style. Their site gives a step, by tedious step, walk-through on how to build your very own D20 bag. I don’t have the patience, nor the stamina, to vomit instructions at you all. So to make things easier, take a look for yourself on how to build the thing. There is one thing that I can do, however. Here are just a few of the steps that are involved in the bag’s construction:
Like I said…tedious. But if all of the steps are followed correctly, you should be the envy of your High School Class well before the lunch bell tolls.
EMSL also offers a how-to for a D12 bag. However, unless you are a Barbarian, Paladin, or Avenger the odds of you needing the use of a D12 are rather slim. Besides, there is no greater feeling in the whole world than getting that much needed crittical hit, except maybe the company of a sexy lady. But if you decide to walk around with a bag that’s shaped like a D20, the only sexy ladies you’ll get will be nerd girls. I think it’s time for me to bust out my sewing machine.