Crafted in Maple with Mosaic finish. Instill AWE in your players by having this amazing centerpiece on your table next session. Features Straight top cut.
Metal rods join the panels firmly together while allowing for full rotation to fit any table and GM style. The screen can be quickly assembled and taken apart for convenient storage.
You can easily attach the one 11 in. x 8.5 in. and two 6.5 in. x 5.5 in. plexiglass panels. Secure your game notes and charts with the included ten bearings to any of the 22 embedded magnets on the back of the screen.
All Dog Might Screens enable 100% custom layout and are compatible with our Pen Holder, Dice Tower, Shelf, Plot Hooks, Inspiration Tokens, etc. accessories. View the full accessory line here.
Each panel has an Inline Initiative Track cut into its top edge so you can insert the 6 included initiative trackers anywhere. Our trackers are also plexiglass so you can use dry or wet erase markers on them.
Every Dog Might panel is crafted from 0.625 in. solid, kiln dried hardwood. The center panel measures an incredible 20 in. x 9 in. The side panels measure roughly 11.75 in. x 9 in., making them large enough to display a full piece of paper oriented in landscape.
Our screens are created from hand selected boards, banded together horizontally to prevent movement of the wood for a lifetime of use.
Compared to other species within the Acer genus, Acer saccharum, also known as Hard Maple, is the most dense (sitting at about 1450 on the Janka scale). Aside from the very important maple syrup that makes up a good portion of a Viking Lumberjack's diet, this tree produces a wood desirable for its workability, general ease of finishing, and lovely, classic appearance. Maple was used for furniture and cask spigots by our Viking predecessors. Today, outside of our shop, the wood is commonly seen in sports - basketball courts, baseball bats, bowling alleys, and even archery bows. The flexibility of maple makes for great bows, although the Viking Lumberjacks of the past and archers of the present still prefer yew and ash.