Modular Dice Tower - Shame
Add some flair to your dice rolling with our Modular Dice Tumblers! Each tumbler features a unique and exciting design that can be mixed and matched for different roll effects. All tumblers and bases are compatible with all Modular Dice Tumbler components. All tumblers and the Base Side come with cutouts to help secure the tumblers to the wall to create different desired heights (Mounting hardware not included). Base Simple allows for tabletop standing and can store dice within when using a single tumbler.
So many possibilities to create a truly unique rolling experience, with more compatible designs on the way!
The Shame design features flame cutouts and a dice shame chamber for that die that needs to be taught a lesson.
This product is a kit that requires assembly. We recommend the use of wood glue (sold separately).
Designed in collaboration with Corey Young.
Would have been nice
This is the one module I wanted the most (of the two that I got), I love the theme (flames)...but alas, assembly failed on me and well, it's not usable--most likely due to my skills not the product design. But yes, it was probably the most difficult Broken Token product to assemble.
RESPONSE: OH NO :( send me a ticket and let me know where things went wrong and we'll see if we can get it fixed.
Great first purchase.
by Daniel -
This tower was my first purchase from TBT, and I was not at all disappointed. Assembly of the cage portion was a slight challenge, but everything fit together perfectly. It looks great on the table and I love the sound the dice make as they tumble through. I've played a few different games now using my tower using different sizes of dice (d4, d20, smaller, larger, etc..) and haven't had an issue with any of them getting through. The key even fits inside the ramp portion of the tower so that it's safe when you fold it up to transport. Very happy with this product and will definitely buy from TBT again!
Directions and fit of key cover otherwise amazing.
Once everything's assembled correctly I'd give it a 4.6/5.
But due to the significantly increased difficulty in assembling this (Although it'll be amazing when it's done) it should have come with better directions.
For example, the inter wall the key goes through. It's slightly off centered which is fine, if the directions specified if the SLIGHTLY longer end goes on top, or on the bottom, and other improvements like that to the directions.
Also the piece of work that goes to the key and forms the wall by the key needs to be ever so slightly taller.
Am I nitpicking? Yes, but this company makes amazing products and I've gotten used to 6/5 stars from them for the other stuff I've bought from them.