Why waste the effort of rolling a d% and a d10 when you can break out a d100? Also known as a Zocchihedron, after its inventor, Lou Zocchi, who debuted the die in 1985. Inked in gold, this black die has the feel of a rather large, overweight golf ball.
A d100 is useful when making percentage rolls and when rolling new characters. Not widely used, it will sure to be a conversation starter at your table!
We kinda wish it were a little less round-ish, but we usually roll nice high numbers with it --- aaaaaand, okay, it's pretty fun to spin like a top. :-) Thanks so much!