We’re a small tabletop gaming company made up of people who wasted their college tuition money on art degrees. Now that we’re getting into our 30s and 40s, we felt it was time to finally experience having a real job, contributing to society, and earning a living wage. It was either this or busking, and none of us majored in music, so that made the decision a little easier.
All joking aside, we’re a collection of artists, animators, and writers with some business and a little bit of web design experience thrown in, and we’re damn good at what we do. When we’re not busy working, we spend all of our free time playing games or talking about the games we play, so we decided why not just do both at once? Now that our hobby is our job, we finally have free time to go to banks, learn how to cook kale, stress about how we haven’t put enough money into our 401ks, figure out what the hell 401ks are, and other things we’re told adult people are supposed to do.
In addition to using our company website to talk about games and publish comic strips, we’re also pooling our skills and directing them towards more profitable endeavors. Right now, our artist-in-chief and co-founder, Melissa Lamb, is working with our factory partners to develop and design some awesome polyhedral dice sets that we hope to be unveiling in the near future. We plan to make these available to customers through Kickstarter. Be sure to follow us on social media and sign up for our newsletter if you want to be informed when we reveal details about the sets and our Kickstarter launch date.
Company Mission Statement
CustomerService@PolyhydraDice.com If you’ve bought something from us and weren’t satisfied for any reason, if you’re thinking of buying from us and have questions, or if you just want to tell us how good of a job we’re doing, email us here. This email is our #1 priority.
Media@PolyhydraDice.com – If you want to interview us, write an article about us, sell us ad space, or partner with our site in some other way, drop us a line here.
Webmaster@PolyhydraDice.com – If you have any issues with the site, or even if you just notice a typo or a bad bit of coding, you can drop us a line here and we’ll get to work on fixing the issue. And thank you for taking the time to help us provide a better online experience.
Melissa@PolyhydraDice.com – If you like the High Rollers strip, or the artwork across the site, or our product designs and want to send fan mail to tell Melissa how awesome of a job she’s doing, this is where you want to send it.
Rob@polyhydradice.com – If you think that writing copy and the occasional comic is just as important, if not more important, than so-called real art, feel free to send your fan mail here. If you have any other questions, concerns, or anything that doesn’t fit any of the other emails, go ahead and send it to this address as well. Rob is in charge of all jobs not already assigned to other people.