What the world needs is more polyhedral dice, of course.

A test run with leaves and vines design.

White detail or steel is recommended. WSF has poor resolution on the numbers. Steel is hollow and looks fantastic. Detail material doesn't empty well, so dice are more solid.


IN: 0.912 w x 0.913 d x 0.912 h
CM: 2.316 w x 2.32 d x 2.316 h


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@Hordshyrd Opposing sides of a d20 traditionally add up to 21, but the arrangement of numbers has nothing to do with whether the die is "legal" or not. Imagine a d20 that, instead of numbers, has random symbols on each face. Each symbol would have a 1 in 20 chance of being the result. Placement of the symbols would have no influence on the result. It doesn't matter which symbol is adjacent to which or opposite which other symbol. Each will still have a 1 in 20 chance of appearing. Now replace these random symbols with numbers, and the human mind feels compelled to arrange them in some "fair" order on the surface of the die. There is no fair order, and the insistence on opposite sides adding to 21 is superstitious tradition.
January 28, 2014, 4:07 pm
I feel it important to note here that after recieving a printing of this I found out that it's designed improperly, the numbers are not placed properly to make it a legal d20, all opposing sides are meant to add up to 21 but instead they seem to be placed at random and often wrongly so.
October 12, 2012, 8:08 pm
This model isn't thick enough for the sandstone, so maybe when I get some time I'll thicken it and upload a new one. I do have the rest of the set in the works, only lacking free time to get it all up there.
April 19, 2010, 4:46 pm
Would you please reload this model so that FULL COLOR SANDSTONE will be available?
April 19, 2010, 11:43 am


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