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For questions primarily about dice themselves: polyhedral solids used to generate random numbers. In tabletop RPGs, dice are the most common means of introducing chance into the proceedings. Many players enjoy collecting dice of varying colors and shapes.

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I recommend at least two. One for the GM and one to be shared among the players. One set of dice for every player is very convenient, but not strictly required. If you want to get more dice than a …
answered Jun 10 by Yora
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Most of the time players will need only two dice: A d20 and the damage die for their weapon. Instead of handing the new players a full set, give them just these two and introduce them to the other dice when they need to roll them. …
answered Jun 2 '16 by Yora