If you’re in search of the best Dungeons and Dragons accessories for your next campaign, you’ve come to the right place. Scrolling the internet for the right gear for your game is half the fun, but I have a great list here to get you started. Break out your D&D wishlist and get ready to add a few more items to it.
Dungeons and Dragons is not the only tabletop role-playing game out there, but it is the one that has captured the hearts and wallets of many, including myself. Ever since D&D started in 1974 with the first printing of the game, generations of players have come to tables everywhere for fun with new and old friends. The base rules are endlessly adaptable and have inspired many non-table-top ventures, from TV shows, to movies, to videogames, and honestly, academic studies. D&D is a game shaped by the players, where collective storytelling, chance mechanics, and digital or physical game materials come together to make the perfect campaign. But we are not here for all that today; we are here for the proverbial loot.
A party can play with anything, really. I started as low-budget as possible: I had a free dice app on my phone and a notebook. However, once D&D got its claws in me, the appeal of D&D accessories was impossible to deny. Dungeons and Dragons accessories contain a large range of potential items. From DIY D&D accessories to DM accessories to D&D map accessories to dice, you can never have too many items for a game. You start with one set of dice and end up with a room dedicated to D&D.
Accessories for your Dice
This is not a drill, this strawberry milk carton is the cutest little dice box I have ever seen and it can be yours. $14+.
A method of dice storage that makes you feel like you are a weathered adventurer on the road. $24+.
You do not see a hand-made 3D printed dice tower with a spiral staircase, a banister, and little barrels in every TTRPG game. I want it yesterday. $55.
An excellent, affordable option for a dice rolling try that easily rolls up when you are not playing. The customization choices also make it a great gift. $10+.
You can put this personalized book on your bookshelf and then grab it when you’re playing your campaign. Need I say more? $34.
Have you ever wanted something that held your beverage of choice and a dice set? Well, gosh, I have great news for you. $15+.
These good little monsters will guard your dice like it’s their own horde. $4+.
For all the times your dice misbehave and need to learn how to roll better next time. $8+.
A good potion of healing can add a lot of flavor to a campaign and this bottle has blood drop-shaped D4’s for your rolls. The design will really bring you back to life. $10+.
Accessories to Keep You Organized
As a DM, a good initiative tracker is all that stands between you and your players in a fight. This wooden one is ready to help. $8+.
Wooden trackers like these are a great way to keep track of spells and hit points as well as abilities based on your class. $17.
Have you ever wanted to re-bind your Wizards of the Cost books? Well, save some of your money and buy this cozy little book cover sleeve instead. $20.
If you want pretty spell cards, look no further. These sets are simply magical. $15.
It’s a little book with protective sleeves for up to 40 cards for spells, items, or anything you would ever want to put on a little card for your campaign. $13.
This engraved wood DM screen is also magnetic with a latch at the front for easy clean-up. $46+.
I absolutely adore these snowflake dice with easy-to-read numbers. Talk about a great set for any cold weather campaign. $65.
Although I have never used a set of stone dice, these dice are gorgeous. $37.
Yes, these gemstone dice are very expensive, but also look at the pretty colors. $100.
Look at the glacier blue on these dice. The pink floats right up to the top to best display all your rolls. $14.
Small dinosaurs can only improve your rolls: it’s the rule. $14+.
Here there be dragons. And by here I do mean inside these metal dice. $38+.
That’s All For Today
D&D is wonderful, and Dungeons and Dragons accessories are only one part of it. I started with a group of friends, but some people meet through local game stores or libraries. Trust me, it is a great game if you are looking for a bit of adventure with friends. Once you start, you might not be able to stop. And If you are already a player, might I interest you in a book based on your class?