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Dragon Tray

Roll +20 to Awesome with “Dragon Tray” Dice Boards

The die bounds across the table like a tumbleweed, the fate of a wounded paladin hanging in the balance. Suddenly—disaster! The cube flies too far and falls to the ground. Cries of, “That doesn’t count!” erupt in chorus and the hero groans in despair. What’s a tabletop gamer to do?

You could treat your dice like baby birds, rolling them from your palms. Or you can sling them with gusto with one of these beautiful Dragon Trays!


Dragon Tray Viking
A design inspired by Norse carvings

These boards are made by Dog Might Games, who create beautiful tabletop gear including token carrying cases and dice towers. The Dragon Trays are crafted from different hardwoods and come with a lifetime guarantee.

The number of designs available is pretty mind-boggling, including phoenixes, shields, wolves, fireballs, and of course, dragons. There’s something for every type of gamer, so check out their Kickstarter to see the full list of designs.

A custom board (meaning you get to choose the design, wood and color) costs $99.


Dragon Tray Tentacles
Cthulhu will hold those tokens for you…

While I’m calling these “dice” boards, depending on the style, the Dragon Trays can have “wells” that provide multiple holding areas for counters, meeples, tokens and other items. No need to haul out a million little bowls when you’re playing Euro games!

There are rubber feat at the bottom of each Dragon Tray so that they stay elevated, and they even come with wall-hanging hardware so you can add style to your gamer dungeon when you’re not using them.


Hanging Dragon Trays
An assortment of hanging Dragon Trays

The quality of these boards are top tier and DMG will let every backer add a free personalized engraving to their tray if they reach over $50k in funding. (They’ve nearly made that goal!) Drop by their page to see what it’s all about.

Rhylan Dane

Rhylan Dane

Formerly a freelance copywriter, Rhylan now manages Armorbelle and creates marketing thingamajigs for personal clients. She has wanted to be a pirate since the age of 3, and although she still has no idea how to sail, she’s become very adept at stabbing and plundering.
Rhylan Dane

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