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I really want to get my daughter a set of D&D dice, but the only set I can find says it's for ages 6+.

asked 30 Aug '10, 20:11

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When my son was born, my GM sent us these:

http://www.toyvault.com/gamesupplies/plush.htm

All of the numbers are stitched, and there are no loose anythings for a baby to get hurt on.

(Specifically, he sent us three d10s -- we play Chivalry and Sorcery, which uses percentile and a crit die.)

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answered 01 Sep '10, 01:37

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How old is your child? My son is four and we use ordinary dice with him. As we have a two year old they are stored out of her reach. We also have a foam dice that came with a beachtowel printed with snakes and ladders game on it.

Some other suggestions for creating your own:

  • find some wooden cubes at a Craft supplies shop and then write the numbers on them.
  • Make a cube out of cardboard. Go here for a howto and template.
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answered 30 Aug '10, 23:34

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edited 31 Aug '10, 04:49

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I added the link to a cardboard template and howto. Did not want to add a separate answer for that :D

(31 Aug '10, 04:49) brandstaetter
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Thanks for adding the link.

(31 Aug '10, 20:53) K D

I don't know if you can buy them, but it should be possible to make your own set of dice out fabric and fiberfill. I'm sure one of the employees at a fabric store would be able to help you figure out how much fabric and stuffing you would need. And you can use a fabric paint pen to write the numbers on the sides.

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answered 30 Aug '10, 23:04

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