Made from White Ash and Zebrawood, with Ebony and Maple veneer, this set was designed with our holiest of friends in mind. The Ash helps channel that holy magic, while having a very consistent grain – something we can typically expect from the caretakers of the group. The Zebrawood both adds some nice contrast with its coloration, and complements the grain of the Ash.
Made from Peruvian Walnut and White Oak, with Ebony and Maple veneer, this set was designed with our rough-and-tumble friends in mind. White Oak is a very stable wood, with a grain that can oftentimes look like the planning of a battlefield. It’s a natural fit for the fighting-man. The darker Peruvian Walnut adds an excellent contrast to the lighter White Oak, and can oftentimes be seen with chatoyance. A characteristic of wood that can make it seem shiny, chatoyance does wonders to help simulate armor. Also, it’s fun to say it – give it a try!
Made from Padauk and Wenge, with Ebony and Maple veneer, this set was designed with our shadowy friends in mind. Wenge is one of the darkest woods we have available – the shadows call to it like they do to all thieves. Padauk, on the other hand, pairs excellently to give it quite the striking contrast. What else does striking do? Well…it draws blood, just like most of our rogue…I mean, uh…thief friends tend to do.
Made from Purpleheart and Tiger Maple, with Ebony and Maple veneer, this set was designed with our magic-user friends in mind. The Tiger Maple – in addition to just looking fantastic in the first place – does an excellent job simulating a wizard’s spell book. Just imagine what sort of spells are scrawled on those pages! The regal Purpleheart, on the other hand, contrasts the lighter Tiger Maple while capturing the near noble status that wizards often hold.