Legendary Dice Throwers from DrawLabs offer a new, unique twist to the dice tower idea. Complete with moving parts, these throwers ensure fun dice rolls with the most imposing game accessory ever! Compatible with all Legendary Dice Thrower Castles.
The Crossbow is inspired by Elven lore, engraved with Elven words and beautiful, elegant designs reminiscent of tree branches.
As Seen on Kickstarter.
Dimensions: 7.25" x 5.75" x 2.35" (184mm x 146mm x 60mm)
This product is a kit that requires assembly. We recommend the use of wood glue (sold separately).
MADE IN THE USA
This is an officially licensed product from Drawlab Entertainment. The Drawlab Entertainment logo is a trademark of Drawlab Entertainment, Theodoritou Vresthenis 26A, Athens, Greece 11743 www.Drawlab.com
Quick build and fun way to roll dice.
This item is terrific. I'm the kinda man who likes to throw a good pair of dice, And I mean THROW dice. Every game I own turns into an intense game of craps. Unfortunately my friends don't share the same passion for dice. Thanks to my new dice thrower my friends watch in awe before getting mad at me because the dice landed on the floor
So I really like this dice thrower. It was one of the first ones I picked up in the dice thrower line and it's just a fun way to roll dice. It looks impressive when it hits the table. The only kicker is that it doesn't work very well with metal dice. So stick to lighter materials like plastic instead.
I really like the look of this thrower a lot. It was very easy to assemble though it took a little bit of extra sanding on the joints. It fits well into the tray I bought for it and offers an okay throwing experience. The pattern on one of the legs is significantly lighter than the other which makes it look a little blurry, I'm sure its a quirk of the laser but it is noticeable. Because of the way the ballista fires unless you're using multiple dice or if you're careful about loading a single dice, you can sometimes get a dry fire where the dice doesn't leave the thrower. Unlike the catapult I feel you could get away with not using a dice tray to catch the dice for this thrower and it offers a pleasant, although mild, throw.
Looks good, works well, easy to construct. Its a lot of fun to chuck dice around with this little beauty. An easy build without any fiddly or tricky bits to it. Rubber bands packed in are just the right strength whether you're using a tray or not.