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Dice Guide, Guides, RPG Basics -

Four-sided dice, abbreviated d4, are the lowest number range version of the classic RPG dice set. This seemingly simple tetrahedron (pyramid shape) is one of the most confusing in the lineup, primarily because there are two main styles of d4s.

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GM’s Corner, Guides -

Hello, fellow GMs, and welcome to another GM's corner, brought to you by Dice Dungeons. Grab a potion, cozy up by the fire, and listen: LET'S TALK ABOUT PREP, BABY. What is prep? Prep will vary by game, but I'm defining it here as anything that you, as a GM/facilitator/owner of the books, do ahead of a play session. While discussions on the kind of prep involved in world building and setting creation will take place in future pieces in the GM's Corner, today we're going to discuss the session-to-session variety of prep (and how we can do it effectively)....

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GM’s Corner, Guides, RPG Basics -

Hello! Come in, have a seat by the fire, and welcome to the GM's corner. Every couple of weeks, we'll be putting out articles, interviews, and game spotlights written by yours truly. We hope they can be a resource for GMs: from those looking to start their first game to well-versed veterans. This first article attempts to answer the question that every GM asks at one point: "How do I start GMing?"

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Dice Care, Guides -

Here's a question we get asked often; How do I take care of my metal dice? Metal dice are a fun addition to any tabletop roleplaying game, and if you want to keep them tip top shiny game ready shape for years to come, follow these simple care pointers. 

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GM’s Corner, Guides -

Welcome to the first installment of the GM’s Corner here at Dice Dungeons. This will be a section where we discuss GM things; from how to get over your anxiety as a first time GM to tips and tricks even pros can use.

This time, I have been specifically asked to talk about a subject that I am very passionate about, and have only seen discussed in one buried thread in some orphaned forum somewhere:

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