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.
At this time, we are sold out of the Wooden Handle Flails. We have 3 Metal Flails in stock, and once those are gone, they are gone (all our suppliers are out! The Metal Flails do unscrew, allowing you to hide a full set of mini-dice in the handle. (PLEASE SPECIFY WHICH MINI DICE YOU WOULD LIKE DURING CHECK-OUT)
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 Elven Geek 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 Flail is based on the traditional medieval flail weapon, with a wooden handle and chains connected to the jumbo dice. It features removable jumbo d20's on multiple chains. This die is a 55mm jumbo 20-sided die, manufactured by Koplow Games. Using a brass knurled nut embedded in the one's side, this die can unscrew from the chain so that whenever you need the assistance of a twenty sided die, you are ready to go.
To remove the die, simply grab the exposed eyelet attached to the chain, and holding the die, rotate to unscrew it. The die will come off with ease and be ready to play with. If you order the spiked version, you will receive an email from us so that we can discuss the color of the spikes.
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.