Game accessories debut at Market
A resurgence in tabletop gaming, such as board games, card games, and role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons, has attracted new players who need trays, dice chests and storage pouches. The quality of these items is essential to getting into character and improving the experience of play. The new product line is designed to fill a void in the gaming market for quality affordable accessories while helping players become better organized. This line provides storage and protection of cherished dice and mini-figurines. It also reflects unique and personalized styles.
“There’s an exciting revival in tabletop gaming going on right now. The impetus for new and past gamers to pick up those dice or cards and use their imaginations to create awesome adventures with friends is remarkable,” said Anna Hoover, designer and owner of +3 to Charisma. “However, there are few companies that provide organizational products that the average gamer can afford. Our goal is to give every gamer, whether they are casual, professional or somewhere in between, the opportunity to not only protect their favorite gear but have a variety of complement-worthy accessories in their collection.”
The newly released gaming products consist of dual-surface personal dice trays and smaller dice chests, both with customizable limited edition and classic interior felt options. Players can choose from four wood stains for additional customization and personalization. Handcrafted battle bags, a unique take on the standard dice bags, come in three different sizes and are designed to hold up to five sets of standard dice, or any other tool a player may need for battle in their adventures. Luxurious fabric, corded drawstring and spring clips ensure the items are well protected. Starter kits are also offered, which are ideal for beginners or to give as gifts.
This new product line is the beginning of a variety of items that are being designed for tabletop gaming enthusiasts by +3 to Charisma. New tabletop items are planned for release this summer and a Dungeons & Dragons themed jewelry collection will be released in October.
All the products are handcrafted, hand-modified or 3D printed to strict design demands, according to Hoover.
The Scripps Ranch Farmer's Market is open for shoppers from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. every single Saturday at 10380 Spring Canyon Road, in the Innovations Academy parking lot. Visit srfm.org.