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In games like Dungeons and Dragons, rolling a 1 is the worst news you can get. It means that you have critically failed at whatever task you are attempting. It often elicits the F word from the mouths of those rolling the die.
It’s only June, but you don’t have to travel very far in Colorado to find snow still on some of the taller mountains. If you head to a higher altitude before noon on any morning and it feels like winter never left.
Who doesn’t like waffles? I could eat my way out of a roomful of ’em. And what about role-playing games? Well of course, any good geek loves those. So why not combine both of these divine pursuits with a single purchase?
Tabletop RPG fans will immediately recognize this as a 20-sided die. But you probably won’t actually be rolling this thing the next time you play some D&D. Instead, this D20 can be used to store all your little stuff.
Whether you love Donald Trump or hate him, you can’t deny that he is awfully close to becoming our next President. His divisive comments, again, whether you love them or hate them, have a lot to do with getting him this far.
It feels great to roll a critical hit at just the right moment as you are battling your way through a dungeon, but you know what’s even better? When your die flashes to celebrate! That’s what the Critical Hit Galaxy D20 dice do.
D & D is an awesome game. All you need is your imagination. Build a character and have an adventure. It’s so easy that just about anybody can play it. Even those who can’t see can get in on the fun thanks to things like this cool D20 for the blind.
Release the Kraken and roll! The Kraken D20 is the most insane die you will ever see. It’s perfect for rolling those sanity checks.
This crazy 3D-printed die was made by Nvenom8 Designs. I get the feeling that if you roll a critical fail this thing will scream as is from the depths of some dark void and make you fall to your knees gripping your ears.
What’s better than a magic 8 ball? A magic 20 icosahedron. Adafruit and Phillip Burgess made a guide that shows us how to make a D20 that talks about the resulting roll.
The die’s accelerometer helps it figure out which face is up.
Our latest oversized D20 sighting comes courtesy of Etsy shop Inner Geek Outer Beauty. Its giant D20 has a crazy 10″ diameter. But despite its imposing size the die is actually fragile because it’s made only with thin acrylic or wood triangles.