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Critical Role Dice Tome Rolling Tray

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Disguised as a book—Explorer’s Guide to Jrusar from the Starpoint Conservatory—the Critical Role Dice Tome Rolling Tray is wrapped in dark green faux leather and detailed with antique debossed metal in gold. Crack open this tome to reveal your dice, ready for Rollies on the felt-lined full rolling tray on the left, while the right side is divided for rolling and storage of accessories and minis.

Note: Dice not included.


  • Artist: Sophie Humphries (@sophumph)
  • Dimensions: 
    • Exterior: 7 (L) x 4.75 (W) x 2 (H) inches
    • Interior: 11.5 inches total width when opened
      • Left side: 4.75 (W) x 7 (L) inches
      • Right side: 3 inches (L) - bottom lined tray | 3.25 inches (L) - top tray divided storage compartments
  • Materials: 
    • Box: Medium-density fiberboard with felt liner
    • Faux-leather wrap: Polyurethane leather
    • Buckle strap and magnetic clasp closure: Metal
    • Interior foam: The foam insert helps to keep dice and minis in place when closed.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 230 reviews
    Tanja Peterson

    Fiancée loves this tray for gaming.

    Judd Bond
    Got it for a friend

    My friend, who is suffering from cancer, recently had his dice destroyed, suffice to say, don't lend your dice. To cheer him up I got him this and some nice dice he wanted from another site (sorry guys). It got him through a tough place he was in and I think it made a real difference in his frame of mind and emotional state. He loves it and is rarely seen without it now days.


    In good condition, worth the money

    Mattia Rodigari
    High quality, high rolling

    Not gonna lie, the first d&d session with this tray I never rolled under a 17 on all the D20 rolls I did (it really is luck tested I guess). All jokes aside it's very well made, highly recommend it.

    Chris Parker
    Dice Tome of Inducing Jealousy

    Love it! My home group was surprised and filled with jealous envy when I opened this bad mamba jamba up and started rolling. Two thumbs up, love this!