Adventurer’s Kit Offers Adventure On-The-Go

Mitch Barchi is a genius. Hailing from the Greater Seattle Area, the young graphic designer and recent graduate of the Art Institute of Seattle has developed a way for anyone and everyone to have an adventure on the go. Whether you’re on a lengthy, cross country road trip or bumming out on the couch at home, his idea can turn an ordinary day into a magical journey.

We just need to convince him to let us buy it first.

Inspired by his passion for role-playing games (Dungeons and Dragons or World of Dungeons, anyone?), Mitch wanted to develop a way for D&D enthusiasts to play a quick or introductory game without having to lug around a computer or an entire board game. In order to do so, he created the “Adventurer’s Kit.” It features a laser-cut box with a simple overland map illustration on the lid, a Moleskin notepad with gridded paper (for notes), vintage, unpainted Heroscape monster playing tokens, and a standard set of polyhedral dice.

All of this comes conveniently packed in a nice little box, decorated with J.R.R. Tolkien’s quote, “Not all those who wander are lost…” on the inside.

The quote perfectly encapsulates the core of Dungeons and Dragons type role-playing games. Currently, the RPG is vastly popular with millions of players around the world and offers us the chance to escape reality to enter a fantasy world, filled with adventure, magic, demons, gods and epic battles of good versus evil.

But for those of you who have never played, the kit is a good way to become acquainted with the game, with little to no prep time required. It comes with all you need to get started, including a pamphlet for the World of Dungeons RPG system. Other adventure PDFs can also be found on for free.

Sound like fun?

We definitely think so. Maybe it’s time to join forces to convince Mitch to bring his one of a kind artwork (and future trend) out onto the market. We are hopeful (fingers crossed).

Pretty please, Mitch?