Escalation Die Inserts for Use with a Photo Cube

Written by Kazekami.

Compatible with 13th Age™ and The Archmage Engine™

For use with 8.5 cm × 8.5 cm (3.5 inch × 3.5 inch) photo cubes.


Escalation Die photo cube


Make your own Escalation Die with these inserts. All you need is an acrylic photo cube for six 8.5 cm × 8.5 cm (3.5 inch × 3.5 inch) images. You can buy them online, for example at Amazon DE, Amazon UK, or Amazon US.

Just print from the print document in 100 % without any “fit to paper size” scaling and cut along the crop marks.


escalation 3

escalation 6

escalation 0



These Escalation Die Inserts use trademarks and/or copyrights owned by Fire Opal Media, which are used under the Fire Opal Media, 13th Age Community Use Policy. We are expressly prohibited from charging you to use or access this content. These Escalation Die Inserts are not published, endorsed, or specifically approved by Fire Opal Media.

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FileDescriptionCreatorFile sizeDownloadsLast modified
Download this file (Escalation_Die_flip_rgb_v1.pdf)Escalation Die single images in RGB (pdf)Flip-through Images +0 to +6 for use with handheld devices — in RGB colors for better display.Kazekami368 kB14772013-09-27 10:13
Download this file (Escalation_Die_pdoc_v1.pdf)Escalation Die print dokument (pdf)All images on two pages with crop marks and bleed.Kazekami702 kB15052013-09-16 16:09
Download this file ( Die tokens (jpg)140px x 140px images for online play.Kazekami90 kB13562013-09-24 12:23
Download this file (Escalation_Die_v1.pdf)Escalation Die single images (pdf)Just the images.Kazekami565 kB14412013-09-16 16:10

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  • Added a PDF with all seven images, ranging from +0 to +6 for mobile devices, so you can flip through them.
    For better display the images are now in RGB colors, because most PDF viewers on iOS don’t display CMYK colors correctly.

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  • Yeah, I've heard of the PDF problem. It's good to keep in mine. Anyway, thanks for sharing these photo cubes. They are great!

    Giles Lambert

    Comment last edited on about 7 years ago by Lambert Giles
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