Item:Handcarved wooden dice

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  • Item Type

handcarved wooden dice
Look: The pips have been crookedly carved and sloppily painted.
Weight: Unknown
Metal: Unknown
  • This item is a toy.
  • This item has more than normal or unusual verbs.
Dimensions: 1 length x 1 width x 1 height
Sources: Source is Soldier's supply bag, Packrat's Paradise (7), Packrat's Paradise (6), Packrat's Paradise (5), Packrat's Paradise (4), Packrat's Paradise (3), Packrat's Paradise (1), Item:Soldier's supply bag


  • READ: Verbs that can be used with the dice: APPRAISE, CARVE, EXHALE, KISS, POKE, SHAKE, SHUFFLE, SNUGGLE, SWEAR, TAP, THROW, and TURN.
  • APPRAISE: Shows the condition of the dice.
  • CARVE: You contemplate carving your dice, but realize it is rather pointless for games that aren't played with just two dice.
  • EXHALE: You curl your fist around your wooden dice, then blow on them.
  • KISS:You brush your lips across the wooden dice and whisper encouragingly to them.
  • POKE: You poke and turn your wooden dice, looking for any imperfection that might throw off a good roll.
  • SHAKE: You cup the dice in your hand and jiggle them noisily.
  • SHUFFLE: You toss your wooden dice jauntily from hand to hand.
  • SNUGGLE: You hold your wooden dice to your ear, listening, then nod.
  • SWEAR: You mutter a sharp oath and stare at the wooden dice incredulously.
  • TAP: You tap the pips on your wooden dice then stack them with the numbers you hope will show facing up.
  • THROW: You toss your dice with a clatter! They come up showing <number> and <number>!
You scoop up your dice before anyone else can touch them.
  • TOSS: You toss your wooden dice from hand to hand.
  • TURN: The dice click together as you rub them between your palms.