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This tag refers to questions specifically about dice themselves, covering topics such as rolling, construction, sizes etc. It *is not* a meta tag for adding to any game-with-dice question (including identify this game with dice; the identify-this-game tag is sufficient)

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The "d" notation introduces a dice-specific algebra that allows you to find easily the equivalence of dice roll. e.g.: roll 30 times a d10 dice = 30d10 = 3d10×10 = take your 3 d10 dice and roll them 10 … times p.s.: I think the "d" stands for "dice" because a d6 has 3 spatial dimensions and only one numerical. …
answered Nov 27 '20 by effedici