About this project
Attacks of Opportunity: An Initiative to change the face of how dice are rolled.
The dice provided are enclosed in a custom painted PopAble container that rolls the die by pressing and releasing the globe.
Money raised by this initiative will go into the development of new, PopAble dice systems, no matter what the need.
These PopAble dice are perfect for people with lack of motor control, allowing them to roll the die with a simple press of the globe. They are also great for keeping your dice from rolling under the table, or getting eaten by the couch.
Sure! My name is Douglas Gray, I was born in 1972 have been playing Role-Playing games since 1980. I am about to graduate from Arkansas State University with a degree in philosophy, and will hopefully be accepted by a good selection of Law Schools next year. My wife is Paisley, an art student with hopes of working in comics.
I imagined these PopAble Polyhedrons years ago, but only recently decided to get crafty and make them. My intention is to find a way to make these in a less expensive manner, so that everyone who wants one can have it. Not only is it a cool die rolling device, it also adds accessibility to RPGs fro differently-abled persons.
It turns out that my reward levels were a bit off, so I decided to restructure things a bit so that the rewards were, well, rewarding! I hope this helps.
I've always wanted to make dice like these. For years I thought it would be the coolest thing ever. This project is the next step, finding a way to make them inexpensively enough that anyone can afford them. Getting these PopAble dice into the hands of disabled gamers is icing on that cake.
No, of course not. You can exchange any single die for any other single die, at no penalty. I'll even try to get you a color you like.
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