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Subject: Dice and crayons rss

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Ryan M Rich
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I remember having to 'crayon' in my D&D dice back when.

Missing some color in one of your dice?

Get a crayola uber box and fill in the missing thumb of your Thing and Sidekick dice is not such a bad "thing", huh huh huh
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Neomaxim Noefaith
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malice93 wrote:
I remember having to 'crayon' in my D&D dice back when.

Missing some color in one of your dice?

Get a crayola uber box and fill in the missing thumb of your Thing and Sidekick dice is not such a bad "thing", huh huh huh


I'd rather use a marker. The "waxy" quality of crayons could be seen as "marking" dice in the tactile sense, or messing with the weighting for rolling/randomness purposes.
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Or just use acrylic paint.
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Andy Andersen
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I never could stay within the lines when I colored on paper. I know I can't do this. whistle
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Jim Johnson
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After you mark them, take a paper towel and wipe the face of the die off. The crayon will stay in the indentions and will wipe off the rest of the face.

I marked quite a few D&D dice back in the day as well . . .
 
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