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## Why do D&D players have so many dice?

**Sets of dice are needed to perform checks and deal damage while playing**. Many of these D&D components are fun to collect, especially unique dice. Those new to D&D may wonder why players choose to collect so many different sets of dice when a single set would be useable in any campaign.

## How many dice should I have for DnD?

What are DnD Dice? To start playing, you only need one of each: the D4, D6, D8, D10, D12, and D20, but standard **7-dice sets** also include a second D10 which is used for percentile rolls.

## How many dice do you need?

Standard set of **seven dice**– a four-sided (d4), six-sided (d6), eight-sided (d8), ten-sided (d10), ten-sided percentile (d10 in 10’s), a twelve-sided (d12), and the classic twenty-sided (d20) dice.

## Why does a d10 have a 0?

The one with two digits is just telling you the tens digit, and the one with one digit is the ones digit. If you’re rolling only that die with 0, 10, 20, etc., then a 10 = a 1 and the 00 = a 10. 0 or 00 on a **d10 just means the highest number**.

## Is one set of dice enough for DND?

The standard set of **7 polyhedral dice** is the bare minimum. It should include dice with four, six, eight, twelve and twenty sides as well as two with ten sides (one will be numbered 1 to 10, the other 00 to 90). Depending on what class you play you might want to get some extra dice for damage rolls.

## How do I choose DND dice?

Obviously you want quality dice. They should **roll randomly** and the sides and corners should be even. The paint in the numbers or spots should be consistent and to not wear off. They should hold up over thousands of rolls.

## How many dice do you need for Farkle?

To win at Farkle you must be the player with the highest score above 10,000 points on the final round of play. Each player takes turns rolling the dice. On your turn, you roll all **six dice**. For new players, we added a handy pointer above any dice which can be scored.

## How do you roll a d100?

**A d100 goes 1–100**, a d10 goes 0-9. Neither allows you to roll a 0, because of the way you count a percentile dice. (00 on the percentile and a 6 on the other dice forms 6, 00 on one and 0 on the other is 100, no option will result in 0.)