Pink Ghostly Glow 36d6 Dice Set

This set of 36d6 Pink Ghostly Glow in the Dark dice have a swirled pink color in the light, and glow a soft, ghostly bluish color in the dark. These are 12mm dice (substantially smaller than standard sized dice) with pips for numbering. See additional image for how these dice look in the light.

This 12d6 set has silver pips for numbering, rather than written numbers. It appears that these dice are made from a translucent pink plastic with glow in the dark plastic mixed in, making for a textured glow that is more bluish than the standard glow in the dark green. However, these dice do not glow as brightly as other glow in the dark dice, and with the silver numbering they are pretty difficult to read in complete darkness unless they have been "charged" with a very strong light (which they have been in these photos).

As with all glow in the dark stuff, these dice are "charged up" by sitting in bright light. When the lights go out the dice will glow very brightly at first, and the glow will fade slowly over time.

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Pink Ghostly Glow 36d6 Dice Set

$15.98
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Pink Ghostly Glow 36d6 Dice Set

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This set of 36d6 Pink Ghostly Glow in the Dark dice have a swirled pink color in the light, and glow a soft, ghostly bluish color in the dark. These are 12mm dice (substantially smaller than standard sized dice) with pips for numbering. See additional image for how these dice look in the light.

This 12d6 set has silver pips for numbering, rather than written numbers. It appears that these dice are made from a translucent pink plastic with glow in the dark plastic mixed in, making for a textured glow that is more bluish than the standard glow in the dark green. However, these dice do not glow as brightly as other glow in the dark dice, and with the silver numbering they are pretty difficult to read in complete darkness unless they have been "charged" with a very strong light (which they have been in these photos).

As with all glow in the dark stuff, these dice are "charged up" by sitting in bright light. When the lights go out the dice will glow very brightly at first, and the glow will fade slowly over time.

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