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NYADice

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NYADice by krjohns2 Dec 3, 2012
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These aren't your average dice. Filleted edges, revolved and extruded circles and ellipses.

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Print out 2 of these die or more for a set. No revolving parts or any extra pieces.

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Not to be a buzz-kill, but the sides/numbers are oriented incorrectly. On any die actually used for gaming the opposite sides should sum to the total number of sides +1. Thus on a D6, the 1 should be opposite the 6; 2 opposite 5; 3 opposite 4.
Still a cool design, but I wouldn't use it for gaming.

I'm curious - is it balanced?  If not, is there a side it is weighted towards?

I havent went into detail about how the balancing will work, so Ill have to print it out before I can determine anything.

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