The positive: When assembled, this is a gorgeous, eye catching piece of papercraft. It has definite wow factor and looks great sitting on any table.
The neutral: This is a challenging project which will take both talent and patience to accurately make the cuts, scoring & a few of the assembly parts come together. You will need to be comfortable using the exacto knife for trimming & cutting, especially the dragon pieces.
The bad: When you toss dice into the top of the roller, the dice are bounce around a little, but the angle of dice shute isn't sufficient to kick the dice out reliably out into the collection area. This is especially true for d4 & d6. I was able to easily get them out by shaking, but I don't want to have to shake my dice roller.
The collection area is thin and dice come out in the very middle, then bunch up there. Rolling multiple dice quickly overwhelms the ability to roll & gather dice. More than 5 or 6 dice can easily be too many for this roller.
Editorial: If you want a dice roller that is more functional & easier to assemble, get the Ultimate Dice Tower from Fat Dragon Games.
If you want a pretty ornament that looks impressive on your table and you like challenging cuts, get this one.
[2 of 5 Stars!]