D&D Initiative Tracker Acrylic Laser Cut Sword in Magic Circle Base with 12 PCS Erasable Taken Flags Perfect for Dungeons & Dragons, Pathfinder and Other Tabletop RPG
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- INTUITIVELY & EASILY TRACK INITIATIVE - Our DnD Initiative Tracker provides visualization for players and makes tracking initiative much easier. It's easy for everyone to tell at a glance when they are coming up. It's cut down on people getting caught unawares and starting to look through spells or develop strategies after their turn starts.
- COOL AND PRACTICAL DESIGN - This Cool Initiative Tracker set was inspired by the King Arthur Sword, the acrylic laser-cut and colored sword insert vertically in the center of the magic circle. And there are 11 slots on the sword that arranged in two columns for easily hang the tokens. It’s fantastic as a piece of scenery to enhance your gameplay experience and immerse your players in the magic world!
- ERASABLE FLAGS FOR REUSE - Using wet or dry erase markers, simply write your party member or monster’s name on one of 12 included blank flags and flip the flag to the opposite side as turns are taken.
- SIZE - The Magic Circle Base measures 2.7 inches in diameter, and the acrylic sword stands approximately 12.4″tall.
- GRET TOOL OR IDEAL GIFT FOR DM - This really is the best way to keep track of the players and enemy!! It’s really sped up your turn speed allowing more encounters per night. A wonderful addition to any DMs arsenal! Visually track your party's Initiatives with our CZYY Sword Initiative Tracker set now!
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WHY INITIATIVE TRACKERS?
We all know how hard and important it can be keeping a good organiesed RPG Table. Keep track of all Character and NPCs/Encounters with this easy to use initiative tracker. Simply place the order of initiatives into the main holder and never forget the a turn again.
The Initiative tracker will sit sturdy on the table and can be removed from its base. This item comes supplied with 12 tokens that can easily be removed or placed into its sockets.
Using these trackers means less time spent looking things up, tabulating damage, and worrying about whose turn it is and more time to focusing on the action.
“Whoso pulleth out this sword from this magic circle, is right wise Game Master born of all tabeltop.” It's going to be a real big help for DM!
Measurement: 2.7" in width by 12.4" tall, tokens 2.7" long and 1" wide.
Material: senior acrylic cut by laser.
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Unlike some similar products I've seen, the flags don't rotate or move. With similar products you are able to turn each flag as each person takes their turn. This makes it really obvious whose turn it is. This product is not any different from writing everyone's names on a dry erase board.
The dry erase flags come covered in this brown paper that is very hard to get off. Not an impossible feat but still a serious design oversight.
But this is not hard or expensive to make work. Throw some felt on the base to give it a good grip of the table and cover the ugly flaking paint on the bottom (the important details are on the top). Then add some minor padding on the inside so that it is a tighter fit, and this thing works wonderfully.
It is a very pretty and functional tool that we love.
The main points of criticism from me comes on two items: quality of the acrylic name pieces and their staggering.
The name pieces have some light burn marks from the cutting process and have notable imperfections on the surface that will collect ink. They still work well, but look rough.
The staggering distance between left and right is too small for easy reading - just under 4mm. You'll have to look close to see which is on top. Staggering by 1/2 the flag height would have worked better.
This is not an issue, but it may have looked cooler if the flags came out of the sword's edges so you could see the whole profile when in use with names. Still, it's an overall good product that fits both form and function.
The flags are thin and flimsy and had the tip (side that inserts into the sword) of one break on me as well.
Tl;Dr - Ended up spending about $20 more with shipping for AxenShields tracker that is a much better product