Dice Cage for RPG players

ennder

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Have you ever wanted to hammer or in some way punish a die that only roll low numbers? I have several
friends that would smash dice that would roll low numbers, one even glued a die back together, with the
result that it now rolls as it should... as many high numbers as low.

I, on the other hand use a cage. On a roll of 1 I will put the die in the cage after I use a marker to color the
highest unmarked side. It stays there until the next game session. After all the sides are colored, I smash the
die and throw it away.

Having said that, here is the design I use to make the cages. I have made several for gifts (birthday,
christmas, ect., ect.)

The last pict is the pattern that I use, the pdf I made was to big to upload.
 

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zathros

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Geeze, make that bigger, and it would make for a nice Bird cage!! (A paper Bird, I hate seeing birds in captivity). Very nice! :)
 

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Awesome! Shall I vectorize the pattern for you? Then anyone could resize it without quality loss, the file size would be very small - and John can build a bird cage..! ;)
 
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Sure can Revell-Fanthumbsup If you notice, there is lug on the bottom of the lid. When fitted to the main body you can give it a twist and the lid will stay on. :)
 
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That is GREAT idea! My son still plays board games that require dice. I think that I will make this for him and surprise him with it!!!