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    Quote Originally Posted by Umbran View Post
    Most of us use dice of plastic, metal, stone, or wood - insensate materials. What the heck are you using for dice, that they can itch? Hamsters, with numbers painted on, or something?
    Hamsters with numbers on them? No, not dice, but rather giant steeds for brightly-clad gnome racing jockeys, each with little patches revealing financial backers- Gnomish Association for Space Hamster Racing (or GASHR, for short).

    Little men! Giant Rodents! Outsized family fun!

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    Oh. your dice. I was about to report your post.
    DICE, I SWEAR!

    Quote Originally Posted by Umbran View Post
    Most of us use dice of plastic, metal, stone, or wood - insensate materials. What the heck are you using for dice, that they can itch? Hamsters, with numbers painted on, or something?
    On the plus side, I can train them to roll 20s easily in exchange for treats.

    On the down side, I have to replace my dice every three years...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry View Post
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    On the plus side, I can train them to roll 20s easily in exchange for treats.

    On the down side, I have to replace my dice every three years...
    On the plus side, if you have males and females, you NEVER run out of dice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry View Post
    On the plus side, I can train them to roll 20s easily in exchange for treats.
    So, cheating in your game consists of sneaking Cheerios and bits of carrot back behind the DM's screen when you aren't looking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Umbran View Post
    So, cheating in your game consists of sneaking Cheerios and bits of carrot back behind the DM's screen when you aren't looking?
    “Honey! We need to get the guinea pig sized habitrail- the hamsters are getting fat, and I don’t know why..”

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    Why did Giff (the hippo-men) receive modern-day fragmentation grenades in MTOF?!?

    Because they forgot to put them in the Monster Manual.
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