woodworking

Dog Might Games has long produced high quality wooden board game accessories, such as cases, trays and dice towers. The newest announcement in their exceptional line are rainbow colored break apart dice towers. These towers are sculpted and laser engraved, use high quality magnets to hold together, and double as both a dice tower and a storage box when not in use. The towers are made of flame birch, custom stained into a wide variety of rainbow colors. Visit the Dog Might website for more details and to see pictures.

Dog Might Games, woodworking group extraordinaire, is offering The Skirmish Box on Kickstarter. This new box is designed for miniatures, including an optional metal bottom for miniatures with magnetic bases. As with other Dog Might offerings, there is a large selection of woods, stains, carved lid designs, and colored felt bottoms. 6 designs are available in either standard or large size, with varying spaces for dice and cards. Dog Might has partnered with Wyrd Miniatures this time around to offer official Malifaux faction logos as an option for lid engraving.

The Kickstarter for The Skirmish Box continues through May 23, and is expected to deliver in October 2017.

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Organize your gaming supplies in this high quality, customizable sheath. This solid piece of hardware is designed specifically for tabletop and RPG gamers – you pick the wood, the sculpts on each side, and the interior chamber.

Dog Might Games now offers a hand-sculpted, wooden carrying case for your RPG and gaming gear.  These elegant carrying cases come in a variety of woods, colors, and interiors.

Measuring approximately 8.5″ x 2.25″ x 2.0″, Dragon Sheaths are double coated with a custom mixed varnish, and use magnets that are 0.25″ rare earth neodymium and “give a satisfying snap when closed (they are incredibly strong!).”

This project offers at least ten different customized interiors, with more being created through feedback during the project.  For more information and to support this project, visit its Kickstarter page.