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Couldn't find the option to pledge for a single die. Was thinking of maybe ordering a D20. Possibly two so they could also be used as percentiles. Depends on how things stand when this ends and price and shipping costs to Canada.

You pledge at the dollar level and then add the amount specified for each die you want.
But how much is each individual die? All I could find is a random die is $9 but I dont want a random die.

 

You didn't scroll far enough down the page.  Just pledge at the lowest level ($1) and add the amount listed for each die you want.  8ecce35900f990b81fabe39aaa2f6daf_origina

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Couldn't find the option to pledge for a single die. Was thinking of maybe ordering a D20. Possibly two so they could also be used as percentiles. Depends on how things stand when this ends and price and shipping costs to Canada.

 

You pledge at the dollar level and then add the amount specified for each die you want.
But how much is each individual die? All I could find is a random die is $9 but I dont want a random die.

You didn't scroll far enough down the page. 8ecce35900f990b81fabe39aaa2f6daf_origina
Doh! Thanks!

EDIT: Unfortunately those prices put this back out of my price range again.

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Ok....

I'm going to share a dice secret with everyone.

I have not said this anywhere else, or in my comments section or anything because people would think I'm crazy...

 

 

I know you aren't crazy.  I saw one of Lou Zocchi's dice presentations at Dragoncon a couple of years ago.  Measured some of mine when I got home and was able to verify much of what he said about size and shape inconsistencies. 

 

Many of the people on this forum have a wide variety of paints looking for an application.  I think projectile rated dice are a good use for said paint.  The nice thing about glass is it should be safe to drop in the paint remover if a color works out poorly.   

 

Are you including a "Do not leave on floor" safety warning for your 4 sided caltrops?   I have memories of much pain from stepping on the d4s that were available when D&D only had one version.  And those were the infamous 'low impact' plastic. 

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Thanks @ Erifnogard

for the link. Should have done it myself here, but was working on dice all day. Gotta get a head start on things!

 

Thanks a lot Jeneki -

Now I want to play roll for the Galaxy, Russian Rollette style.

 

@ Mad Klingon

Lou is a genius. I owe a lot of my dice knowledge to him and his talks and presentations. Without that man the world would truly be down a passionate individual who loves his craft.

 

Dice should come with a warning sign. Even with the D8 and D10 you can feel those points, but D4 can be downright deadly. I don't walk barefoot around my work area anymore because of possible situations like this....

 

https://twitter.com/RelicDice/status/709996407034355713

https://twitter.com/RelicDice/status/709865443259908097

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Actually a very good question...

 

How well do these stand up to say...

 

Acetone (fingernail polish remover)

Isopropyl Alcohol

Undiluted Simple Green

 

You know... in case of um... spills? :unsure:

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Actually a very good question...

 

How well do these stand up to say...

 

Acetone (fingernail polish remover)

Isopropyl Alcohol

Undiluted Simple Green

 

You know... in case of um... spills? :unsure:

I'ld be pretty surprised if they reacted at all to the alcohol or the Simple Green.  Would be curious to see a test with acetone.

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This is the most tempted I've been by a dice kickstarter. Mostly for the curiousity of the material for rolling, durability, and general "feel" of the dice. And of course how well they look in person.

Still won't be able to back it. But I will be watching for reviews when folks who did begin to receive their dice.

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Yowza... certainly missed out on this one... probably saved myself some money, but will keep an eye out for retail.  Be interesting to see how they compare to my metal dice.  They already look far superior to my pounds of plastic ones...

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I see folks in the Kickstarter comments section are starting to get a bit antsy about there not being an update since September.

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