|For use in:||Foundry VTT|
Add both this virtual and a physical copy of AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE DICE SET: NIGHTLIFE to your cart and this software will be discounted to $0.25 when finalizing your order.
You are required to pay for the order in the form of payment chosen by you within 14 days from the date of the order. The order is shipped within 48 hours after we have recorded the payment. All our Goods are covered by a voluntary Manufacturer's Lifetime Warranty. The Lifetime Warranty is granted to consumers under the same conditions as the standard warranty and covers damage to dice used under normal conditions, following their instructions or intended use.
USA: USPS 2 – 4 weeks | FedEx up to 7 working days
Canada: Canadian Post 3 – 6 weeks | FedEx up to 7 working days
Germany, Austria: Postal Service up to 7 days | DPD 3 – 4 working days
Great Britain: Royal Mail up to 2 weeks
Europe: Postal Service 2 – 3 weeks | Local courier up to 7 days
Rest of the world: Postal Service 3 – 6 weeks | FedEx up to 7 working days
This is a digital software version of Australian Wildlife Dice Set: Nightlife to be used in Foundry VTT.
You need to have the Foundry VTT application with Dice So Nice! module to use it.
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| Australian Wildlife Dice Set: Nightlife ||USD 17.00||Add to cart|
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Add both this virtual and a physical copy of STEAMPUNK CLOCKWORK CARAMEL & WHITE DICE SET to your cart and this software will be discounted to $0.25 when finalizing your order.
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