are my all purpose replacement for those noisy clunky things called dice or die :)
Each card is printed with a whole range of randomness and next time you need a dice roll, just flip the next card in the stack over.
I actually made these because I like to play games on the living room table while my wife watches TV, but for her it's really irritating to listen to those rattling dice all the time. Plus they always seem to knock your pieces over.
But there's more, by not being constrained to physical objects I can have things like a 5 sided dice :)
ON EACH CARD:
Two D6 working together
Two D6 operating separately (the odds and mix are different than separates)
D2, D3, D4, D5, D6
Three versions of Heads/Tails, White/Black Ball, Yes/No
Average Dice, Extreme Dice, Bonus Dice
Defend, Attack, Move
Hex and Square movement indicators
Ogre CRT results table (I'm an Ogre/GEV fan)
104 CARD - 2 PACKS
Altogether there are 104 cards. I have these printed back to back to actually make a pack of 52 cards.
For each level of randomness there is a completely even set, with some cards blank in order to make the statistics work out. (Hence the two D6 rolled as pair is 36 options, which is 4 cards short of a full set :) )
These cards are formatted to be printed on standard Poker sized cards.
Beware: the Zip file is pretty big.
Files: DICE CARDS (zipped jpg)
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