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mctrivia is selling 69 products in Build Type[Solid] section

by mctrivia
Want to make your own die. Now you can. Get each side dyed different colours, configure the dye to prefer one side over another or get the shell made up of a different material then the sides. The options are limitless(Well 1,330,255,872 combinations if you keep to standard die numbering and do not cut the alignment tabs off.).

What you need is the frame and 6 faces. Assembled them together by pushing the faces into the frame.

Fair sides are not available individually because you can make a fair die out of the loaded sides by arranging in the order shown on the loaded faces rendering.

For the loaded dies each side can be place in 1 of 4 ways. If you want to make the die role more often to 1 side then another place the heavy side away from the number you want it to roll. Placing the weights opposite each other will cancel there effect out. Placing 4 together will shift the center of gravity 499um towards that side.

Photo provided courtesy of dicecollector.com

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by mctrivia
With over 8800 faces and 2000 points this is one pointy die.

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by mctrivia
A die in the shape of the symbol PI. To make it even better this die is perfectly weighted and all sides are roughly the same landing area. If rolled on a flat surface this die will roll fair so you can actually use it.

This die has been tested and found to be fair.

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by mctrivia
Designed to look like a traditional die but instead of the sides being numbered 123456 they are numbered 314159 after the first 6 digits of pi.

You can use this die as a traditional die if you know the way a standard die is numbered.
3 -> 1
1(opposite 5) -> 2
4 -> 3
1(opposite 4) -> 4
5 -> 5
9 -> 6

Or you could use it as numbered. The average on a standard die is 3.5 this die is 3.83

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by mctrivia
Designed to look like a traditional die but instead of the sides being numbered 123456 they are numbered 314159 after the first 6 digits of pi.

You can use this die as a traditional die if you know the way a standard die is numbered.
3 -> 1
1(opposite 5) -> 2
4 -> 3
1(opposite 4) -> 4
5 -> 5
9 -> 6

Or you could use it as numbered. The average on a standard die is 3.5 this die is 3.83

This die has been tested and found fair.

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by mctrivia

Photo provided courtesy of dicecollector.com

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One of 191 dice in my D6 Grid Die set. The entire set available at http://dicetest.com

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One of 191 dice in my D6 Grid Die set. The entire set available at http://dicetest.com

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One of 191 dice in my D6 Grid Die set. The entire set available at http://dicetest.com

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One of 195 dice in my D6 Grid Die set. The entire set available at http://dicetest.com

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One of 191 dice in my D6 Grid Die set. The entire set available at http://dicetest.com

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From: \$11.99

by mctrivia
One of 191 dice in my D6 Grid Die set. The entire set available at http://dicetest.com

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