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Warning: This is a prop weapon. We do not recommend, encourage, or desire you to use this item as an actual weapon. Please use this to look awesome and not harm anyone, including yourself.
Having been a gamer for most of my life, I was always on the lookout for innovative and exciting new gaming products, both for playing and just for fun. Back in 2004, when Aradani started making simple jewelry featuring dice, I had a request to make dice jewelry in which the dice could be removed and still used in games. I spent about a week scouring my jewelry catalogs, until I found the perfect clasp, a small barrel clasp that I could sink halfway into the die, and attach to necklaces and other jewelry. The result is our line of Geek Chic jewelry and props. Wear your die and proudly proclaim that you are a gamer, and when the moment strikes, you are always prepared, whether it is dodging a fireball or making a listen check.
Our Geek Chic Mace is based on the traditional medieval flail weapon, with a wooden handle connected to a jumbo die. This die is a 75mm jumbo 6-sided die, manufactured by Koplow Games, you know, since a mace does 1d6 damage. This style of dice has been discontinued, so what we have in stock is all that remains, unless a hidden cache of these reappears.
All our dice jewelry has been thoroughly tested to ensure that the hardware added to the die does not negatively (or positively) affect its rolling. While I have inserted hardware into the die, the rolling still appears to be statistically neutral. Plus, your DM should give you a bonus for gaming in style.