@Plusorminus Other than being like most Q-Workshop dice in that it's almost like having a tabletop CAPTCHA to figure out what is on the table?
@craigmaloney yes other than the way they are all broken.
@Plusorminus I'm not picking up on the brokenness of these dice.
@Plusorminus Wait, is the CP supposed to be a 1 or the highest value on the dice?
@craigmaloney also terrible (little silver inked mirror shades would have been classy) also not it. Imagine you were going to play Cyberpunk 2013/2020/red with these.
@Plusorminus I take it Cyberpunk is no longer a D10 based system?
@MoeT as far as I know it is. Not that anybody actually plays with q-workshop dice.
Q-workshop: Dice kids can't afford and adults can't read.
You aren't wrong. :D
I won a set of elven dice once, I tried to crayon them to make them more readable and that was a mistake, just made it worse.
They do make my favourite set of Fudge dice though.
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