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1. A d4 tetrahedron because the answer is never where you expect it to be at first glance...

2. dice, AI, 14+ ... total =

I can calculate the number of diodes, the number of impulses of a quintillion electrons per ampere in a maze of semiconductors and add subtract, multiply divide... yet luck is a gravitational pppppppull some times on a die (true neutral player) that might be drilled in the corners... Now all that considered having loved aerospace, and worked in watchmaking (on your bank vaults and combination lock possibilities (Ps do not get me started on fractals and encryption breaking)

what about a ticker where this current game had an optional window where these numbers were clearly shown, AD&D 1 had weather effectors, but a case of anything donated to a DM usually got you favor.

So to be concise quantum physics apart and time distortion aside by over clocking, eliminate this die for a mater of true access to numbers of all effectors simultaneously. Just the die effect, without the dice (illusion of virtual effectors knowing it is not gravity).

3. a d4 ofc! its the most perfect dice all arround! egyptians know and made huge versions!

4. Hey Einstein quote:

Originally Posted by MichelOue
I can calculate the number of diodes, the number of impulses of a quintillion electrons per ampere in a maze of semiconductors and add subtract, multiply divide... yet luck is a gravitational pppppppull some times on a die (true neutral player) that might be drilled in the corners... Now all that considered having loved aerospace, and worked in watchmaking (on your bank vaults and combination lock possibilities (Ps do not get me started on fractals and encryption breaking)

what about a ticker where this current game had an optional window where these numbers were clearly shown, AD&D 1 had weather effectors, but a case of anything donated to a DM usually got you favor.

So to be concise quantum physics apart and time distortion aside by over clocking, eliminate this die for a mater of true access to numbers of all effectors simultaneously. Just the die effect, without the dice (illusion of virtual effectors knowing it is not gravity).
Every one see's a cube differently, because no one person can be at the same place as another in the exact same time. It's perspective. (Einstein said such a thing probably describing constants (kill boredom DDO !))

5. d100 - Everyone plays the percentages

6. I would be a d4 so that people could use me as a prank! Putting a d4 on someone's chair or on the floor when people are barefoot is hilarious!

7. I would be a d8 because I am always looking out for someone to roll with me.

8. I would be d4 because I am as dangerous as weapon with d4

9. I wouldn't be a D anything as I don't want people touching me ...

10. At the age of 10 my parents got me a AD&D starter box set, and contained within was all the die i needed, including a white 1d10 and a 1d10 with 00,10,20,30,40,50,60,70,80,90 on. I am the 1d10, my gf is the %die, i can handle the small stuff, but as soon as theres a big decesion, you need both of us

11. Those barbarians : always rolling a d12 at each level
For their Hp but putting it to their intellect
Do not go raging if you are playing one..

Originally Posted by tdsthom
At the age of 10 my parents got me a AD&D starter box set, and contained within was all the die i needed, including a white 1d10 and a 1d10 with 00,10,20,30,40,50,60,70,80,90 on. I am the 1d10, my gf is the %die, i can handle the small stuff, but as soon as theres a big decesion, you need both of us

12. I would have to go with the percentile die because it eliminated all the confusion about remembering which color D10 was the 10's place and which one was the 1's place.

13. I would be a one sided die because people only want the illusion of choice.

14. The Ole 100 Sider

I'd be the hundred sider, that thing took 4 and a half hours to stop rolling and it was the size of a giant jaw breaker. Useless in almost every way but wonderful to behold! The 100 Sider; irritating, useless, unpredictable and TOTALLY AWESOME! That's me.

15. That's a tough one...each die has it use equally important to the role it plays. If I had to choose one it would be the D20, as it is the most used die in the game worlds, with the greatest game responsibility, determining if you succeed or fail in the many modified checks that balance the game.

16. roll with the blows and be cast of the wings of the winds of fortune

I'd be a magical random die transforming into whatever d number that the moments decides being completely unpredictable I would be the personification of chance pure luck is not so pure if one can predict the odds

17. Originally Posted by ComicRelief
Which die? Why, the dodecahedron "Die of Power", formed from the molten plastic of the Gysers of Gygax, of course! Duh!

"So it's all come down to this...a dungeon...and dragons!" - Frydo
I quite like a d12, myself.

18. 2-8 - because I am 2 Die 4
(egotists rock)

19. Originally Posted by VinceWhirlwind
I quite like a d12, myself.
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20. Closest I've Gotten to Winning:

Being quoted in the winning entry. I guess that's something.

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