# Why do people buy so many dice?

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## Why do DnD players need so many dice?

Sets of dice are needed to perform checks and deal damage while playing. … Those new to D&D may wonder why players choose to collect so many different sets of dice when a single set would be useable in any campaign. However, owning multiple sets is actually useful for a handful of reasons.

## How many dice should I have?

Standard set of seven dice– a four-sided (d4), six-sided (d6), eight-sided (d8), ten-sided (d10), ten-sided percentile (d10 in 10’s), a twelve-sided (d12), and the classic twenty-sided (d20) dice. I like this specific set because the numbers are super easy to see!

## What is the most expensive set of dice?

An incredibly valuable Roman glass gaming die was sold in 2003 at auction by the famous Christie’s auction house for \$17,925. Deep blue-green in color, the large twenty-sided die is incised with a distinct symbol on each of its faces.

## Should I buy more dice?

The more dice you have on hand, the faster you can get rolls done which keeps the game flowing. My players most often use d4s or d6s for damage dice – most have a bag each. If they need more dice, such as 8d6 for a spell, I have a stockpile of different dice I can lend to them for the session.

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## Why does a d10 have a 0?

The one with two digits is just telling you the tens digit, and the one with one digit is the ones digit. If you’re rolling only that die with 0, 10, 20, etc., then a 10 = a 1 and the 00 = a 10. 0 or 00 on a d10 just means the highest number.

## How long do dice last?

Being thrown on a high volume basis during rapid games means that casino dice will not last too long. They may be used in a four hour shift or, potentially, they could last for up to eight hours. It’s rare that a casino will use a set of dice beyond that eight hour period.

## Can you play D&D by yourself?

Yes, you can absolutely play D&D by yourself. A solo D&D game can allow for great exploration and be personally rewarding. It can also make you a better player and a Dungeon Master if and when you join a full D&D game.