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Gaming Dice Made out of Sugar Candy: Roll Then Eat

by Conner Flynn
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Roll a critical hit for diabetes while you kill monsters with these edible candy tabletop gaming dice sets from Etsy shop SugarAndDiceCrafts. Each set includes one each of these seven dice: a d4, d6, d8, d10, d12, d20 and a d100 percentage die.

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These sugary treats come in various colors and two dice sizes, regular for $15, and mini for $8 a set. You can use these to play your campaign and then eat them at the end of the night. Also, eat them whenever you roll a critical fail because they deserve it and you need vengeance. Hopefully, this works, and they don’t just melt in your hand. Of course, if they do, you could always melt yourself an Infinity Gauntlet around your hand to help with your roll. That would be badass.

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My question is, why has a candy company not started mass producing these so I can buy them at the store? Willy Wonka’s game has really been slipping. Enough with the golden tickets already and get back to work rotting kids teeth you freak. Damn. Dentists are depending on you.

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[via Boing Boing via Geekologie]



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