In my early teens, I played a little bit of Dungeons and Dragons. I know it's hard to believe that a happenin' guy like me who's into such macho stuff as cartoons and dominoes would be interested in such a dorky activity, but that's the case.
During that time, I amassed an assortment of dice from other board games, the local hobby shop, and donations from friends and family.
I don't play D&D anymore, but the dice are still stored in this drawer cabinet which is normally reserved for assorted nuts and bolts. Here they are, from the least number of sides to the most.


3Sided Dice These actually have 6 sides, but the numbers 1, 2, and 3 each appear twice.

4Sided Dice The only dice where the number you roll is either on the bottom or a corner.

6Sided Dice, Pips "Pip" is the techincal term for "dot". Do I sound sophisticated? Didn't think so.

6Sided Dice, Numbers All the functionality of regular dice, without any of that tricky pip counting.

6Sided Dice, Smooth No sharp corners that could poke your eyes out.

6Sided Dice, Skulls Instead of ones, these dice have scary skulls. Ooooooooohhh!

6Sided Dice, Chaos You can see how it earned its name. Those crazy symbols are out of control!

6Sided Dice, Stars These were originally part of a board game called Liar's Dice. It's true!

6Sided Dice, Letters How many words can you make with just six dice?

6Sided Dice, Bowling According to my math, I'm missing... three dice from this set.

6Sided Dice, Blank I could never figure out what to put on it.

6Sided Dice, Casino These 1½" cubes came from an Atlantic City souvenir shop.

6Sided Dice, Crooked There are no 90° angles on these dice.

6Sided Dice, In Dice Sure, dice in dice are fine, but when will someone make dice in dice in dice?

6Sided Dice, Glow I couldn't get a good shot of these dice glowing in the dark, but trust me... they do.

6Sided Dice, Wood A pair of 2¼" wooden cubes, handcrafted by my brother, Steve.

6Sided Dice, Small These 8 mm dice were pried out of a motorized Yahtzee game.

6Sided Dice, Big A bit larger than your average dice, but we can do better.

6Sided Dice, Bigger You never know what you'll find at a yard sale, like these nifty 4" blocks.

6Sided Dice, Biggest Giant, 6" foam dice from Five Below.

8Sided Dice This is the point where dice have enough sides to start resembling jewels.

8Sided Dice, Smiley From another board game. The 8 is replaced by a smiley face. Prophetic?

8Sided Dice, Poker Marlboro once marketed this set of poker dice which includes suits.

10Sided Dice, Numbers One side for each toe, unless you're a threetoed sloth.

10Sided Dice, Percentage These pairs show that there is no "I" in "team", although there is one in "dice".

10Sided Dice, Pips These are a little larger than their numbered counterparts to accommodate all the pips.

10Sided Dice, Weird I'm not sure what to make of this unevenlyshaped thing.

12Sided Dice A dozen pentagons come together to form this pleasing shape.

20Sided Dice One side for each finger and toe, unless you're a threetoed sloth.

20Sided Dice, Jumbo 55 millimeters tall! It's extra large for those important rolls.

20Sided Dice, Ring Have you ever wanted to wear a die? Now you can! Check out CritSuccess for more dice rings.

20Sided Dice, Inflatable This huge, airfilled d20 is from Crystal Caste.

30Sided Dice I'm running out of ways to describe dice. These are 30sided dice.

34Sided Dice I suppose you could make a die for any even number using this technique.

50Sided Dice The previous caption has proven to be correct.

60Sided Dice Now you're just being ridiculous.

100Sided Dice All other dice bow before the almighty zocchihedron!

Dice Clock You'll enjoy watching time go by with this retro clock. (AA battery not included)

Spam the Dice Game "I don't like Spam!"  Mrs. Bun

Yahtzee Super Mario I love playing Super Mario Bros. games! Now, where do I plug in the controller?
