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Len S
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Any recommendations? Those bags that come with Dice Masters are laughable. Looking for something velvety and big enough to accommodate at least 20 dice and human sized hands. Anything on Amazon would be a plus. Thanks in advance!
 
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You should do a search on Etsy, all kinds of options to choose from.
 
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just gunna leave this here http://www.allrolledup.co.uk/
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I made my own dice bag! I may have leftover fabric. If you are interested, geek mail me!
 
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Granted, it helps to have Prime.

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Have you considered Crown Royal bags. You can often get them free in Bars and Liquor stores. They come in a couple of sizes (blue or black). I have used one for years to carry dice to my DND game.
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kiaiweidemann wrote:
Have you considered Crown Royal bags. You can often get them free in Bars and Liquor stores. They come in a couple of sizes (blue or black). I have used one for years to carry dice to my DND game.

I would like to note that they can carry tons of dice, too.
 
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kiaiweidemann wrote:
Have you considered Crown Royal bags. You can often get them free in Bars and Liquor stores. They come in a couple of sizes (blue or black). I have used one for years to carry dice to my DND game.


That's what I'm using. Though I will say the new ones aren't nearly as nice as those I had when I was a kid.
 
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kiaiweidemann wrote:
Have you considered Crown Royal bags. You can often get them free in Bars and Liquor stores. They come in a couple of sizes (blue or black). I have used one for years to carry dice to my DND game.


Thanks for the suggestion! One question, do you just ask for them, or are they usually promotional items?
 
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Amy over at Dicepouch makes great dice bags. I've ordered a few from her already. Not the cheapest but also not that expensive considering the craftsmanship and customer service.
 
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was selling some for Castles of Burgundy, etc. I bought mine from her.

Color sample, though these look smaller than the ones I got:

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LCS213 wrote:
kiaiweidemann wrote:
Have you considered Crown Royal bags. You can often get them free in Bars and Liquor stores. They come in a couple of sizes (blue or black). I have used one for years to carry dice to my DND game.


Thanks for the suggestion! One question, do you just ask for them, or are they usually promotional items?

I'm a big fan of Crown Royal bags for all sorts of gaming purposes, but I'm not a whisky drinker so someone else may have to correct this if the policy has changed, but I think every bottle of CR comes in its own bag, so they aren't any type of promotional item. Sometimes they do change the bags as a special promotion for something (the camo bags were very cool!), but still every bottle comes in a bag.

Since the bottles come in different sizes, so do the bags, which makes them even more useful -- I use a large one as a draw bag for Scrabble, a mini one for carrying my Martian Dice, and so on.


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Gambiteer wrote:
LCS213 wrote:
kiaiweidemann wrote:
Have you considered Crown Royal bags. You can often get them free in Bars and Liquor stores. They come in a couple of sizes (blue or black). I have used one for years to carry dice to my DND game.


Thanks for the suggestion! One question, do you just ask for them, or are they usually promotional items?

I'm a big fan of Crown Royal bags for all sorts of gaming purposes, but I'm not a whisky drinker so someone else may have to correct this if the policy has changed, but I think every bottle of CR comes in its own bag, so they aren't any type of promotional item. Sometimes they do change the bags as a special promotion for something (the camo bags were very cool!), but still every bottle comes in a bag.

Since the bottles come in different sizes, so do the bags, which makes them even more useful -- I use a large one as a draw bag for Scrabble, a mini one for carrying my Martian Dice, and so on.


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Aha...the free part is relative...since you gotta buy the whiskey too!
 
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You can get Crown Royal bags on eBay for very little money.
 
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matthean wrote:
Granted, it helps to have Prime.

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I'm more and more thinking that Amazon automatically adjusts prices depending on buy frequency. I actually ordered this exact thing since I got a copy of Quarriors on ebay without the dice bags in them and needed some replacements. I wouldn't call them "nice" but they're perfectly serviceable, if a little loose on the strings. The batch I got had about half come pre-semi-torn at the seams though.
 
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LCS213 wrote:
Any recommendations? Those bags that come with Dice Masters are laughable. Looking for something velvety and big enough to accommodate at least 20 dice and human sized hands. Anything on Amazon would be a plus. Thanks in advance!

As mentioned by another kind poster - thanks Matt - All Rolled Up (ARU) have a massive range of game rolls that bring your whole game to the table.

Not only does each have a dice bag with a 100+ standard dice capacity, but they hold your pens, pencils, counters, note cards and other accessories too.

The dice bag has a flat bottom and wide opening which makes it easy to access everything in the bag. Indeed, I often have the bag open bowl like on the table so that everyone can grab dice or throw counters into the pot as they use them.

We ship across the whole world with very reasonable rates and a massive range of styles. We have people using All Rolled Ups for purposes other than gaming - like make-up bags or specialist pen/cil cases - and plenty using them constantly. They're hard-wearing and a real tactile experience - heavy duty and washable, too. We got the Best New Accessory Award at the UK's largest RPG convention - UK Games Expo - this year.

Main site at http://www.allrolledup.co.uk - with links to Standard, Premium and Deluxe designs at the top of the page. The variety of prices firmly comes down to where we sourced the materials and how many different types of material we have used in the designs.

Something like It's A Trap (http://goo.gl/7faL9u) requires very specific pieces that necessitate a certain quantity of wastage. Whereas, a design like Play The Game - http://goo.gl/g1QRFV - requires we order fabric from specialist suppliers in the US. The Deluxe Chalks - see the Deluxe ARU section - all have panels of chalk cloth on the outside that you can write on with chalk or dry erase crayon, which allows you to keep score or draw impromptu maps without wasting paper.

Have a look. You might find something that appeals.
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JimbobJones wrote:
mibb wrote:
kiaiweidemann wrote:
Have you considered Crown Royal bags. You can often get them free in Bars and Liquor stores. They come in a couple of sizes (blue or black). I have used one for years to carry dice to my DND game.


That's what I'm using. Though I will say the new ones aren't nearly as nice as those I had when I was a kid.


You drank Crown Royal when you were a kid? wow


Never drank Crown Royal in my life. But everybody has the bags.
 
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