The Return of Lard Dice, At Last!

Some years ago we produced some rather nice and very popular dice with our Pie and Pint logo on one face, where the six spots are normally located.  They were not only popular with gamers but were also said to have incredible powers way beyond just rolling well in a tight corner.  With a reputation like this it wasn’t surprising when they sold out in quick order and gamers with the old white Lard Dice are marked as true veterans of Lard.  For some unexplained reason we never restocked them. Until now that is.
However, rather than make the old white dice of the grognard available again, we thought we’d allow that first run tio remain unique and go for a different colour.  So, the Big Red Dice was born.  Here they are in all of their red beauty.

A nice size for gaming, 16mm in size, the dice feature the classic logo again on the six face with white spots on sides 1 to 5.  They really are a thing of beauty.  And very red.  To purchase a pack of a dozen Big Red Lardy Dice is simple.  Just click on the link here:  Big Red Lardy Dice  
A pack of twelve dice wil set you back a mere £9.97 if you pay VAT in the UK or EU or just £8.31 if you live in the rest of the world.  Will they roll well for you?  We can’t guaranteee that but we are sure that with such striking dice in hand you’ll be sure to impress your opponent.  Or yourself if playing solo…


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