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  •   I’m not kidding when I say these dice are HARDCORE.  IronDie dice are made from solid metal, custom crafted with unique shapes and colors, and laser engraved with exquisitely minute details making each die one of a kind.  These dice are crafted in Italy and were discovered by Dan from Green Lake Games in Seattle, WA. NERD TREK spoke with Dan of Green Lake Games about how he came across IronDie in Italy and what he is doing with them. “Back in October we saw IronDie at a game convention in Italy and thought that they looked and felt amazing, though were a bit pricey. We brought 72 dice back to Seattle (1 of each shape & color), priced them at […]

    Iron Die – Hardcore is the way they roll

      I’m not kidding when I say these dice are HARDCORE.  IronDie dice are made from solid metal, custom crafted with unique shapes and colors, and laser engraved with exquisitely minute details making each die one of a kind.  These dice are crafted in Italy and were discovered by Dan from Green Lake Games in Seattle, WA. NERD TREK spoke with Dan of Green Lake Games about how he came across IronDie in Italy and what he is doing with them. “Back in October we saw IronDie at a game convention in Italy and thought that they looked and felt amazing, though were a bit pricey. We brought 72 dice back to Seattle (1 of each shape & color), priced them at […]

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  • TSR, a name long gone,but not forgotten. While to many of us who either live for or just dabble in old-school gaming,share a fond appreciation for what that name comes to represent,though many of us often overlook those behind what made TSR synonymous with gamers. Luckily,I was able to speak with one such person,a man who lent his invaluable skills to our most beloved past-time. So without further adieu dear readers,it gives me great pleasure to introduce Steve Sullivan,editor,artist,writer and fellow gamer. So Steve, how did you come to start working for TSR and What was it like as a personal experience for you? I knew about D&D from almost its beginning, but I only started playing in January of […]

    An interview with no small legend, I give you Stephen D. Sullivan…

    TSR, a name long gone,but not forgotten. While to many of us who either live for or just dabble in old-school gaming,share a fond appreciation for what that name comes to represent,though many of us often overlook those behind what made TSR synonymous with gamers. Luckily,I was able to speak with one such person,a man who lent his invaluable skills to our most beloved past-time. So without further adieu dear readers,it gives me great pleasure to introduce Steve Sullivan,editor,artist,writer and fellow gamer. So Steve, how did you come to start working for TSR and What was it like as a personal experience for you? I knew about D&D from almost its beginning, but I only started playing in January of […]

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