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Castle Keep Dice Tower, 2 Castle Wall DM Screens with Magnetic Initiative...

Roll for initiative then stick your name on the tower...

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Last update was in: December 6, 2018 11:08 pm

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We’ve seen pretty cool dice towers before but, this Castle Wall DM Screen (via Amazon) is far more than a way to keep your players’ dice rolls random.

Along with being a dice tower, this is also a DM screen, magnetic initiative tracker, and even a prop for some of your mini battles.

The tower and walls are scaled for 5′ per inch so, it will work with your minis. There’s even a walkway at the top of the wall behind the ramparts.

Constructed out of corrugated fiberboard (think plastic cardboard) the DM screen is extremely lightweight. To help track initiative, it comes with several magnetic name tags that you can write on with a dry erase marker. They’re double-sided (blue and red) so you can easily differentiate between PC’s and monsters.

The dice tower central portion is over a foot high and when you close it, it even acts as a book holder. You can easily put your copy of the DMG, PH, and MM in it.

Castle Wall DM Screen

Now, of course, there are a few downsides. First, since the lightweight material it won’t stand up to a lot of abuse. However, It’s durable enough to use as a screen/prop and will last for quite a while if you treat it well.

Second, while the stone illustration on the wall is cool, it’s not as useful as a standard 5E DM screen for looking up stats and such. However, you can get just the initiative tracker and dice tower portion to save yourself a few GP.

Castle Wall DM Screen: Product Details

  • Dimensions: 15 x 3 x 12 inches.
  • Weight: 1.6 pounds.
  • Material: Corrugated fiberboard.
  • Comes with 10 magnetic, initiative tracking name-tags.
  • Made with the finest Svirfneblin labor in underground sweatshops. Not because we’re cruel, they just like working in underground sweatshops.

  1. Dennis Heldens June 22, 2017 at 11:58 pm

    Cool, you might want to double check the spelling on the second to last sentence before the image though ?

    • MoarStuff Dude June 23, 2017 at 9:57 am

      Well, that was awkward. Thanks for pointing it out.

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