Wildbot3d Condition Rings for D&D5e

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Are you looking to instantly elevate your RPG experience while playing Dungeons and Dragons or other tabletop games?

Do you want a way for both new and veteran players to quickly identify conditions, spells, traps and more?

Better for the DM and other Players

The smoother game play makes the DM’s job easier and makes gameplay smoother and easier to follow for every player at the table.


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These are the best thing ever. I always forget conditions when I'm calling the action. These little rings help resolve that issue. They fit around the round, 1" Reaper bases perfectly, or hang on the larger minis so you can easily tell the conditions in play. Thank you for these ingenious accessories.

The condition markers look great and arrived promptly. Really looking forward to using these in my game!

Also appreciate the thoughtfulness of printing these in different colors, much more usable than the others I’ve seen online.

Love these little things. The words are nice and big, making them easily legible from afar, and are light enough to hang harmlessly on larger miniatures. There are a lot of fun ways to denote conditions, but this was my preferred option as it is obvious and unambiguous.

These printed rings require no clean up, and are decent resolution prints. The diversity in color assignments per condition is diverse. Thought was given to quantities of each effect in regards to the commonality of the effect. They fit standard 1" mini bases well, but can also be hung on the mini in game. I feel like this is the maximum assortment for the money, and good quality. Great Buy.
By The Architect on January 11, 2020.

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