Autumn has fully set in, and it is a perfect time to set up that RPG campaign you’ve been promising your friends for however long. You’ve got the maps drawn, minis painted, and dice (that you’re certain will provide high rolls only) purchased. Now it’s just time to show up and get the party started – pun intended. This season, you can be the star of your group when you show up decked out in RPG inspired apparel from DBL Feature. Created by tabletop and video game enthusiast Laura Hammonds in 2017, DBL Feature “aims to bring cuteness to the world of gaming” with products ranging from tote bags to enamel pins. Here are a few of our favorites that you can find in Mox locations for 10% off throughout all of November.
High/ Low Roller Sweatshirt
Everyone has their stories. Whether it’s your character dying when you just didn’t make an athletics check jumping the gap of a ravine or rolling double nat 20s with advantage while making the striking blow on a Big Bad, you can share your love for the game with a High Rollers Club or Low Rollers Club sweatshirts. These unisex sweatshirts are 52% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton and 48% polyester fleece, and are available in the above colors, ranging from size S-2X.
Dungeon Master Hat
Are you a benevolent master, or has no party before seen a wrath like yours? Regardless of how many survive, you can show everyone who’s the boss as soon as you walk into the room with the 100% cotton, unstructured, 6-panel, low-profile Dungeon Master Cap. It’s your world, they’re just players in it. And if that doesn’t apply to you, the Dungeon Master cap is also a great bribe – I mean a gift for the DM who has everything. The cap has an adjustable strap with a metal buckle to allow for multiple sizes.
Alignments are used in all kinds of RPGs to create more depth in a character’s personality. And just like real life, everyone is different. Show off your alignment by personalizing your apparel with these hard enamel Alignment pins, or surprise your whole party with pins for their characters! Just don’t be surprised when your chaotic neutral player can’t find the backing after three hours and your lawful evil player has convinced your neutral good player to trade.
Bag of Holding Tote Bag
Whether it’s for RPG supplies or groceries, the Bag of Holding tote bag can hold up to 500 pounds, not exceeding a volume of 64 cubic feet. The bag weighs 15 pounds, regardless of its contents.* This 100% cotton tote has a zippered closure to ensure whatever your adventure takes you, your items stay in.
*Only in campaign, not real life
Stop by Mox and pick up some merch!
Make sure to stop by Mox this November. We have a display table highlighting our favorites, and all DBL Feature merchandise will be 10% off all month. Don’t forget, our restaurants are open, so relax with delicious food and a cold beer while you plan your next campaign. See here to check out our last Publisher Spotlight – Chaosium.
-See you at Mox