Celtic legends have always aroused human curiosity. They believed that all objects and places have their own spirit. So dice and games were not just the dead objects, but home for spirits of entertainment and joy. Lugh, the god of craft, law and fun, invented the games for his people. His son, the great hero Cú Chulainn, was the champion in all competitions, and none of the great heroes could have been a yokel in a good throwing of dice. Other pantheons did not have such games as champions. So we designed dice that none of the Celtic heroes would be ashamed of. In the design we referred to the best examples of Celtic craftsmanship, decorating our dice, made of the best material, with engraved knots and symbols fully illustrate the greatness of this people. These are also the dice that we have been perfecting for years and we are particularly proud that they are the only available dice withornamented with “reverse etching” technology, and the paint fills the background. This makes these dice as timeless as Celtic heritage, known all over the world and having many fans.
Awen and divine dice
Awen is the gift of creative inspiration and the ability to find the right word for each story, given to mankind by the Celtic gods. That's what we wish to all players. All our dice have the task of supporting fans of role-playing games, and Celtic Sets, as we hope, can bring awen. You have to throw them until you feel their rhythm and then you will notice how suddenly your story begins to develop, and each test makes the whole thing worthwhile as if from a fili story. We devoted each colour to different Celtic hero or deity: Gray & black dice are dedicated the the darkest Celtic goddesses - Morrigan. She was the goddess of ravens and war, and on her behalf, the Celts went to war. It was she who gave victory or death. Morrigan also oversaw the underworld, where she received all brave people. She is also associated with banshees, which, like some players, constantly lament over the future death of the heroes at the hands of cruel fate and torment others with a pessimistic attitude.