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Magic The Gathering Cards & Decks

Magic The Gathering Cards & Decks

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Gift Ideas for your Favorite DM Whether it's your Dungeon Master's birthday, you want to thank them for running a long campaign, or you're hoping some good old fashioned bribery will keep your character alive, there's always an excuse to find the perfect gift. The ideas listed below are sure to impress the DM in your life. Dice Rings: The DM will randomly make decisions in style with these dice rings. Do they prefer regular dice? There are also rings for alignments, hit location, directions, basic "yes" or "no" decisions, and more! Gamer Soap: Help the DM wash all the imaginary blood off their hands after that last encounter.

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