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April Updates Part 2

Our Shadow Rogue Rose Gold D&D Dice are back in stock! And we've added an official 30 Day Money Back Guarantee.

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April 2018 Update

April 2018 Update

We have a few updates! For a limited time, we're offering FREE SHIPPING for US based orders over $25.  We have sold out of our Shadow Rogue Rose Gold Dice on darksilverforge.com and amazon.com. We'll have more in a few weeks!  Many of you have asked about the rainbow metal dice we posted on Instagram, so we're adding those to the product lineup too! We'll let you know when they're available.  Our 16-Bit Dry/Wet Erase Dungeon Tiles are not getting the amount of orders we had hoped for, so a Series 2 is looking unlikely at the moment. That could change, though. It's up to you!  We also have a few new secret...

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Our Epic Dice Trays Are Available Now!

Our Epic Dice Trays Are Available Now!

It seems like it's taken us a long time to get to this point, but our dice trays are finally available for sale! These took a bit longer than the dice cases because we had to get the colors right and the imagery correct, as well as the box art. But, now they are here, and let me tell you, they are quite amazing. Each tray is 11.5" wide, with 1.5" padded walls, and a premium velvet liner. You're gonna love it, I promise! The Darksilver Forge team argued over which colors and designs we should do, ultimately narrowing our choices down...

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Secrets, Prototypes, Announcements

In the last few weeks, we released a new product, showed a prototype of another, and are getting closer to unveiling a brand new (secret) product. Just released: Cthulhu's Gold D&D Dice Set Driven to insanity when the Great Old One emerged from the depths, a band of pirates have become unwilling servants for the Sleeper of R'lyeh. They call themselves the Blades of Cthulhu... Our new Cthulhu's Gold D&D Dice Set is a complete set of 7 polyhedral metal dice in a wicked black metal case with "Captain Cthulhu" (as we call him here at the office) prominently displayed on...

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The Creation of Darksilver Forge

Last year, we set a goal to become one of the best suppliers of high quality gaming supplies for serious gamers, and I believe we have succeeded, but we set our financial goals pretty low.  Our first product -- DragonSteel Dice -- was so well received that our goals were surpassed within a relatively short time. That was mega-awesome, but it forced us to reconsider our strategy. At first, we were using the company name -- Downcast Systems  -- as the "brand", but that doesn't really make sense because Downcast Systems does more than just gaming products, so we created...

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