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Old 10-10-2018, 08:31 AM   #31
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Yes they're called Table Breakers for a reason. You could save them for especially dramatic rolls.

The rounded corners on the 6-sided dice are a turn-off for me. The metal 4-siders don't have rounded tips - I can already see the triangular puncture wounds on someone's foot...
I'm not sure why the cubes have blunted corners when none of the other dice do. That's an odd exception. Doesn't put me off them, though. I'm getting a set, even if I never have a practical use for them. I suppose one could use them in a game of Risk to simulate population displacement caused by an earthquake. If I do use them, it will likely be on some kind of hard platter with velvet or felt over it.
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Old 10-10-2018, 11:56 AM   #32
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Yeah they do look nice, and I am a sucker for nice dice. This thread got me distracted for a while last night looking at what other exotic dice were out there, eventually landing on this custom dice shop's site... for a small fortune, they custom make dice from metals, woods, bones, stone, etc... and you get them months later. https://www.artisandice.com
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Old 10-10-2018, 12:21 PM   #33
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Yeah they do look nice, and I am a sucker for nice dice. This thread got me distracted for a while last night looking at what other exotic dice were out there, eventually landing on this custom dice shop's site... for a small fortune, they custom make dice from metals, woods, bones, stone, etc... and you get them months later. https://www.artisandice.com
Man, those are gorgeous. I'd love a set of Ancient Bog Wood dice. And how the heck they are able to make Mammoth Ivory dice...
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