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# Roll online dice with 2 to 20 sides.

 "D&D Virtual Dice" is a full 2 to 20 sides Dungeons and Dragons virtual dice generator. You may combine dice throw type. Free online virtual dice. Use all types for dice online.

This math class application include the following dice:
• The D2 Cylinder - Two sides, heads or tail.
• The D4 Tetrahedron - Each face has three numbers, arranged such that the upright number, placed either near the vertex or near the opposite edge, is the same on all three visible faces. The upright numbers represent the value of the roll.
• The D6 Cube - Six sides for a common die.
• The D8 Octahedron 2xD4 - Each face is triangular and the die resembles two square pyramids attached base-to-base.
• The D10 Pentagonal trapezohedron - Each face is a kite. The die has two sharp corners, where five kites meet, and ten blunter corners, where three kites meet. The ten faces usually bear numbers from zero to nine, rather than one to ten (zero being read as "ten" in many applications).
• The D100 Percental - It is a ten sides die with decimal bunbers.
• The D12 Dodecahedron 2xD6 - Each face is a regular pentagon.
• The D18 Rounded rhombicuboctahedron - 8 faces are squares. The 8 triangular faces are rounded and cannot be landed on.
• The D20 Icosahedron - Faces are equilateral triangles.

## How to play D&D Virtual Dice.

 All dice are available on the screen so you may combine their rolls, like in ordinary D&D game. Click the "throw" button to make a roll. Click the dice button to clear the results.
Knowledge Achievements:
Know the main types of dice withowy a Knowledge Level.
Difficulty: Very Easy.

### Class subject: Dice Types.

 Dice are small, throwable objects with marked sides that can rest in multiple positions. They are used for generating random numbers, commonly as part of tabletop games, including dice games, board games, role-playing games, and games of chance. Various shapes like two-sided or four-sided dice are documented in archaeological findings; for example, from Ancient Egypt and the Middle East. While the cubical six-sided die became the most common type in many parts of the world, other shapes were always known, like 20-sided dice in Ptolemaic and Roman times. Dice are often sold in sets, matching in color, of six different shapes. Five of the dice are shaped like the Platonic solids, whose faces are regular polygons. Aside from the cube, the other four Platonic solids have 4, 8, 12, and 20 faces, allowing for those number ranges to be generated. The only other common non-cubical die is the 10-sided die, a pentagonal trapezohedron die, whose faces are ten kites, each with two different edge lengths, three different angles, and two different kinds of vertices. Such sets frequently include a second 10-sided die either of contrasting color or numbered by tens, allowing the pair of 10-sided dice to be combined to generate numbers between 1 and 100.

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