Each limited edition boxed set is serialized and is 1/1000.
All serial numbers will be distributed randomly with no choice for number selection.
Boxed set pictured is #1 of 1000.
Your box will be a different number.
The Holmage dice
These iconic dice pay homage to the most beloved set of dice ever created. The original “Holmes” dice were included in a boxed set of gaming materials made in 1977 – 1980.
These polyhedral dice are perfectly proportioned and updated with easy to read numbers, sharp edges, and modern durable materials.
This new set features the original 5 dice in the same colors, but not the same numbering, updated to modern numbering and also includes the D10 and D% as included dice in other colors.
All primary colors, all raw.
In modern 100% injection molded acrylic.
Same quality and standards as our first run V1 Perfect Plastic Dice.
Includes original box art, original character sheets and an original map set with adventure generator table.
Named "Holmage" set in honor of the original Holmes dice.
Roll them like it was 1980.
- Hal Zucati
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Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
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Jul 30, 2021
Jul 21, 2021
Jul 16, 2021
Not the exact replicas, but close. Would have liked these to have been original dice size, and the edges sharp and pointed on the d4. Still for the nostalgia feel and look this is as close as you can get without getting sold out. I have tried Ross over at ThresholdDiceWorks many times. Sold out each time to much frustration. Gary con has a replica set, with exact original colors, but are slightly bigger. Even bigger than this set. Also the GC icon is printed on them. Overall regardless of what Captcorajus on youtube says this dice set turned out nice. Yes the price is slightly higher than I'd like, but compared to Ross you're getting a little extra filler with the character sheets and dungeon maps. Cap said these were lacking in innovation, but frankly the simplicity adds to the design. An old school feel.
Jun 27, 2021
The ttrpg craft of filling in your own dice numbers with crayon was incredibly fun and a good way to spend an afternoon. The dice themselves still have bits from the molding process, and a few blemishes from the production process might be difficult to smooth out for those without sandpaper or a file, but does not impact rolling in a noticeable way. The dice themselves roll wonderfully and have a nice feel.
Jun 9, 2021
* * * * * stars