I had a d1 when I was a kid, except we called it a baseball
I read them all!
I have to wonder sometimes, there must be fair dice for each number, even though most of them will look unfair. Take a d20, for example. It has 12 corners, and 5 triangles meet at each corner. You can shave off a little bit from each corner, to make 12 pentagon sides and 20 hexagon sides. If you do it just right, you'll make a soccer ball but you know the pentagon sides are smaller than the hexagon sides (on a soccer ball, they are regular pentagons and regular hexagons, therefore they have equal side length, so the pentagon is quite a bit smaller), and the chance that the die lands on a hexagon side is bigger than that for a pentagon side. And if you lop off too much, those hexagon sides disappear and you turn it into a d12. There must be some middle ground where it makes a fair d32...it's hard finding where. And hard to bring those dice with you and convince someone else that it's fair.
My d3 is a d6 with "1-2-3-1-2-3" I used to crack that out for the rare times I might wish to roll low until my GM caught on...
"Ignorance killed the cat, sir; curiosity was framed."
Tripoint, C.J. Cherryh
An ordinary 6-sided dice with two 1's, two 2's and two 3's on it.
If your "Known Issues" list needs a freaking scroll bar, then one of you needs to go.
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