What is a 14 sided dice called?

Fourteen-sided d14 dice in the form of a heptagonal trapezohedron.

Is there a 14 sided die?

Fourteen-sided die in the form of a heptagonal trapezohedron. This is a fully-symmetric mathematically-fair shape. All possible numberings were explored to select the most balanced possible distribution. Available in black, white, red, green, and blue.

Is there a d15 dice?

Fifteen-sided Die

Fifteen-sided d15 die. This design is based on spacing points as equally as possible on a sphere and then cutting planar slices perpendicular to those directions. We normally stock black, white, red, green, indigo, light blue, and purple. For colors see the “Five-sided Die” listing.

Is there a 26 sided die?

Product Description. A nice functional 26-sided die in the form of a hollow regular dipyramid.

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Is there a 100 sided die?

Zocchihedron is the trademark of a 100-sided die invented by Lou Zocchi, which debuted in 1985. Unlike other polyhedran dice, it is more like a ball with 100 flattened planes. It is sometimes called “Zocchi’s Golfball”.

Is there a 200 sided die?

You can use a 200 sided dice or decide to try to create your own custom dice, the important thing is that you know which dice to use at each occasion and that you are clear that with the virtual dice of Roll the Dice, chance is guaranteed. Try it out!

What is a 26 sided dice called?

Rhombicuboctahedron
Type Archimedean solid Uniform polyhedron
Elements F = 26, E = 48, V = 24 (χ = 2)
Faces by sides 8{3}+(6+12){4}

How many sided die are there?

The most common type of die is a six-sided cube with the numbers 1-6 placed on the faces. The value of the roll is indicated by the number of “spots” showing on the top. For the six-sided die, opposite faces are arranged to always sum to seven.

Whats the most sides a die can have?

All dice are polyhedra (Greek for many-sided), but the D120 is a special variety called disdyakis triacontahedron. It features 120 scalene triangular faces and 62 vertices. That creates the largest number of symmetrical faces possible for an icosahedron and the biggest, most complex fair dice possible.

How many sides can a die have?

A traditional die is a cube with each of its six faces marked with a different number of dots (pips) from one to six.

Is there a 24 sided die?

Description. These d24 dice have twenty-four kites-shaped faces numbered 1-24. The shape is a fully-symmetrical polyhedron (an isohedron) known as a deltoidal icositetrahedron. These dice are closer to spherical and therefore tumble better than the more common d24 with wide triangular faces.

Is there a 20 sided die?

The icosahedron – 20-sided polyhedron – is frequent. Most often each face of the die is inscribed with a number in Greek and/or Latin up to the number of faces on the polyhedron.

Is there a 16 sided die?

The sixteen-sided die or better known as the (D16) is not as well known in the gaming community. 16 sided dice are still great to have and would be the perfect addition to anyone’s dice collection. We stock these dice in a wide variety of colors.

Is there a 21 sided die?

Description. This is a 21 sided die. To make the die fair, the die has numbers molded over the edges of the die. The result still shows face up when rolled.

Is there a 32 sided die?

Product Description. World’s first isohedral d32 die. Based on the fair shape “hexadecagonal dipyramid” and numbered 1 through 32.

Is there a 1000 sided die?

You can use a 1000 sided dice or decide to try to create your own custom dice, the important thing is that you know which dice to use at each occasion and that you are clear that with the virtual dice of Roll the Dice, chance is guaranteed. Try it out!

What is a d100 die?

(dice games) A die roll used for example in some role-playing games and wargames to generate a random number between 1 and 100. The most common method is to roll 2 differently colored d10s, where each color has been designated to represent one of the two digits. (Rolls of 10 are treated as the digit 0.

Is an infinity sided die possible?

There cannot exist a fair dice with countably infinitely many faces. Or in other words: There is no uniform probability measure on the natural numbers.