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Dice Sets

7-Dice Sets - RPG Dice
7-Dice Sets - RPG Dice
10d10 Dice Sets
10d10 Dice Sets
12d6 Dice Sets
12d6 Dice Sets
36d6 Dice Sets
36d6 Dice Sets
Fudge Dice
Fudge Dice

Dice Sets

In the world of gaming, a single die isn't going to do you much good -- you need dice sets -- preferably lots of them! Different RPGs will require a different dice set, and while none of the standard sets ever get you all of the dice you really want (and really, is there such a thing as enough dice?) each of the different dice set types out there give you all the basics that you really need to to game.

Dice Sets by Game Breakdown

Here's a list of the different standard types of dice sets, all of which we carry at Awesome Dice. After the dice set, we'll list some of the common RPG games that use that dice set. Of course there are hundreds of RPGs out there, but we'll try to list some of the more popular games.

  • 7-Dice Sets: the "standard" gaming dice set which provides a range of all the common polyhedral die types. Used in Dungeons & Dragons, Pathfinder, Earthdawn, Call of Cthulhu, Eclipse Phase, and in fact the majority of RPGs
  • 10d10 Dice Sets: made popular by the World of Darkness Storyteller system, used in Vampire, Werewolf, Mage, Changeling, Wraith, Aberrant, As well as the Legends of the Five Rings RPG
  • 12d6 Dice Sets: used in Shadowrun, Champions, Obsidian
  • 36d6 Dice Serts: used in Champions and common in wargaming circles

It's worth noting that there are some games out there that use very minimal numbers of dice and don't really need entire sets. Additionally there are some games that use only one or two dice for most things, but in some situations use more, at which point you really want a set. Eclipse Phase mostly just uses percentile dice (or a d100), but when rolling damage you could certainly make use of a handful of d10s. Call of Cthulhu also uses percentiles for most rolls, but various damage and sanity rolls make use of the full range of gaming dice found in the 7-dice set.