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Dropped dice Anonymous 19/02/23(Sat)04:28 No. 131483

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Newfag here, wanted to ask a question.
Are dice that have been dropped on the floor a lot easier to break? I need help here.

Anonymous 19/02/23(Sat)16:24 No. 131486

From like a table or something? No.

Anonymous 19/02/26(Tue)06:04 No. 131487

I've been playing tabletop RPGs since the mid-80's, and have never had a die break despite flying all over.

Anonymous 19/05/29(Wed)22:12 No. 131507

Easier? yes. Likely? no, now instead of having a 0.001% of breaking, you have a 0.01%.

dropped dice me 19/07/02(Tue)12:25 No. 131518

l once had a D6 that kept rolling 3, l got so wild l repeatedly threw it at the cement floor till it broke, one side was filled with large air bubbles, breaking it took effort.

Anonymous 22/08/24(Wed)11:07 No. 132141

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Our table has a designated dice rolling area. Any results not in there do not count.

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