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Critical Hit LED Dice Set Flashes When You Roll the Big Number

by Shane McGlaun
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Growing up, my cousins and I played our fair share of Dungeons & Dragons. In fact, we went so hardcore geek as to make up our own game set that used similar rules. The problem was that our dungeon master was a dick and you never knew if you wanted high numbers or low numbers when it came time to roll. It would go down something like this, “YES!! I rolled a 20!!” followed by hysterical dungeon master laughing and then you die because in that instance, you wanted a low number.

ThinkGeek has some cool new dice that you can play D&D with called the Critical Hit LED Dice Set. While they won’t solve the problem of an asshole DM, they certainly look cool.

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There are three dice with a d10, d12, and d20. Each of them are red opaque plastic with an LED inside. When you roll the highest number available on each of the dice, it flashes.

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Whether their flashing indicates your demise or victory depends on how big a jerk your dungeon master is. Get all three for $24.99(USD).

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