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Extreme FUDGE die.

Seeing that I began to make bipyramids, Mr. J.  contacted me about the possibility of creating a 36 sided one (18+18 sides) and number it’s faces to use it as a single fudge die.

I also asked him the reasons behind it (cool factor apart) and he said:

I wouldn’t say necessity as much as novelty. But Fudge dice themselves are a little on the “uncommon” side. When you reach for them, you have to make sure you grab 4, and you have to add them up. If you’re tired, if you’re in a hurry, or if you’re math-impaired, that process slows down. With 1 big “extreme Fudge die”, you always know you just need 1, you don’t have to make you grabbed the right number, and you don’t have to add it up — it’s right there on the top face. Plus, it’s cool: it’s the a d36, and who else will ever have a [FUDGE] d36!?

So he got this made:

At the moment of taking pictures, I was taking a break from the numbering part. Since it was not finished, the apex of the cones had not been sanded down with finishing 1200 grit sandpaper.

Yet another happy customer. ^^

Price: 50€

Mr. J. Kindly donated (not specifically, just to the cause) some amount of money for the laser engraver ^^  I’ll put his name in there, somewhere

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4 Responses to “Extreme FUDGE die.”

  1. Sorry, I’m a AD&D 2nd player, what system would I use this in? I’ve never heard of FUDGE die, but it looks really cool.

  2. Looks beautiful 🙂

  3. Wow. That is hot!


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