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d20s by the Pound - Pound of Gamescience® d20s (Factory Seconds)
Pound of d20s

d20s by the Pound - Pound of Gamescience® d20s (Factory Seconds)

Your Price: $50.00
Retail Price:$90.00
Your Savings:$40.00(44%)
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Part Number:0199992000

Pound of Gamescience d20s (Approximately 90 d20s)


These are a beautiful assortment of Gamescience® d20s that for one reason or another were not worthy of the IF(flawless), VVS(very, very slight inclusions); could be because of a vacuum bubble, discoloration, speck of foreign matter(i.e. dust, particle of metal, different color material).  The good news for Gamescience® fans is that the dice still roll with randomness, still have precision sharp edges and have a beautiful GEM like look and best of all at well over half the price of the other d20s.

To assure that every edge and vertex holds its mathematically precise dimensions, all Gamescience® dice are clipped by hand from the casting sprue, which leaves a minor blemish. These sharp pristine edges dissipate uniform amounts of energy as each contacts the table. Filing down the blemish improves randomization. Imported dice have no blemish cause they are tumbled in a rock polisher, which eliminates the blemish while rounding off all of the edges, and changes each face and edge into a unique shape which leaves every dice egg shaped and unable to randomize evenly.

5 Stars
Why buy a pound of factory second D20s? I love just looking at them. They really look like brilliant perfect colorful gems. Buy a stack of decopens and mix and match different colors. Several hours of diversion. Pro tip: coconut oil on the thumb = perfect inking. Next I'm going to figure out how to "true" the symmetry of the dice. I ordered a micro hand drill from China on ebay. I figure I'll spin the dice in salt water and if one side pops up repeatedly I'll drill a pip on the opposite side. If that doesn't work then I'll try crayola on the same side. A fun hobby!
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