One option is to simply take a picture now that phones with cameras are common. But if you don't have a camera handy, there's a way to quickly jot down the designs used: Each die has a letter code and of course each side of the die has a number. So just grab some paper and jot down the letter/number codes. For example B4-W2-D1 could be the B die side 4, followed by the W die side 2 and then the D die side 1. If any of these are rotated, rotate the matching letter/number combination. The same can be done with cards.
Buy more dice! :) Ok, seriously: Use the method for jotting down the layout mentioned in the prior FAQ answer, then roll them again. Maybe just keep the closest die to the direction the party is moving and re-roll the others. Also, you can try the cards which allow you to use more designs at the same time and everyone is going to get a PDF of the designs that match the dice or cards they get!
Our preference is to have the square 2.5"x2.5" size to match the prior DungeonMorph Cards. But that depends on finding a manufacturer to make that size economically. We're still working that out, but it looks likely.
It would be more proper to do the 5 set reward as that handles the international shipping better, but you can do it either way and we can make it work. (Note if you are international and you want the existing items--anything but the city/village dice & cards--early, please double the shipping add-on when you pledge.)
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