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3D Printed Thorn Dice: For Literal Critical Hits

by Conner Flynn
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So, standard dice aren’t doing it for you. There are a ton of special dice sets that you can buy to spice things up a bit. Although I think these are the first I’ve ever seen with thorns sticking out of them. Roll your dice, move your mice. Just make sure you play with a paper towel, some gauze and some antiseptic. Things are about to get real in this game. Real painful.
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This set of 3D printed thorn dice was designed by Shapeways contributor ceramicwombat. You can get plastic versions for as low as $27(USD), but that set isn’t dangerous enough for a true gamer. You are going to want the $82 metal set so you can play like a man. A man with bleeding hands. Just kidding. They shouldn’t cut you up too bad. I think.

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Plus, these die are an excellent way to get revenge on your kids for leaving LEGO bricks on the floor for you to step on. Oh, sorry son, I guess I left MY toys on the floor this time. The Band-Aids are over here. Now stop crying.

[via Geekologie]

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