If you’re looking for the best Dungeons & Dragons accessories for your next campaign, you’ve come to the right place. Scrolling the internet to find the right gear for your game is half the fun, but I’ve got a great list here to get you started. Pull out your D&D wishlist and get ready to add a few more items to it.
Dungeons and Dragons isn’t the only tabletop RPG, but it’s one that has captured the hearts and wallets of many, including myself. Ever since D&D began in 1974 with the first printing of the game, generations of gamers everywhere have come to the tables to have fun with new and old friends. The ground rules are endlessly adaptable and have inspired many tableless ventures, from TV shows to movies, video games, and, honestly, college. D&D is a game shaped by players, where collective storytelling, the mechanics of chance, and digital or physical game hardware come together to create the perfect campaign. But that doesn’t mean we’re there today; we are here for the proverbial loot.
A party can play with anything, really. I started with as little budget as possible: I had a free dice app on my phone and a laptop. However, once D&D had its claws in me, the appeal of D&D accessories was impossible to deny. Dungeons and Dragons accessories contain a wide range of potential items. From DIY D&D accessories and DM accessories to D&D map accessories and dice, you can never have too many items for a game. You start with a set of dice and end up with a room dedicated to D&D.
Accessories for your dice
Quick Diced Strawberry
It’s not a drill, this strawberry milk carton is the cutest little dice box I’ve ever seen and it can be yours. $14+.
Leather dice bag
A dice storage method that makes you feel like an adventurer on the go. $24+.
Cathedral Dice Tower
Yes, this little cathedral has fake moss on it, and it will also roll your dice. $70.
DnD Dice Tower Bronze
You don’t see a handmade 3D printed dice tower with a spiral staircase, ramp and small barrels in every TTRPG game. I want it yesterday. $55.
A great, affordable option for a trial dice roll that easily rolls up when you’re not playing. Personalization choices also make it a great gift. $10+.
Accessories to stay organized
D&D Initiative Tracking Chart
As a DM, a good initiative tracker is anything that stands between you and your players in a fight. This wooden one is ready to help. $8+.
Spell and Ability Tracker Cards
Wooden trackers like these are a great way to track spells and hit points as well as abilities based on your class. $17.
Pocket D&D Spellbook
It’s a small book with protective sleeves that can hold up to 40 cards for spells, items, or anything else you’d like to put on a small card for your campaign. $13.
Dungeon Master Screen
This engraved wooden DM screen is also magnetic with a latch on the front for easy cleaning. $46+.
Snowflake Metal Hollow Dice Set
I love these snowflake dice with easy to read numbers. Talk about a great set for any cold weather campaign. $65.
Hollow Dragon Dice
Here there are dragons. And by that, I mean inside those metal dice. $38+.
That’s all for today
D&D is wonderful, and Dungeons and Dragons accessories are just part of it. I started with a group of friends, but some people meet at game stores or local libraries. Trust me, this is a great game if you’re looking for a bit of adventure with friends. Once you start, you may not be able to stop. And if you are already a player, can I interest you in a book based on your class?