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D6 images for rollable tables [free png images]

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I've been running and planning a number of D6 based systems (but not exclusively the D6 system, mind) and the standard dice don't really give the feeling that rolling a handful of D6es gave me from the old days. So, as an acceptable substitute, I cranked out some .png files showing die faces that I could use on a rollable table. In case anyone would like them, here they are: a white d6, a red d6 and then a bonus Ghost Die sorta like the old Ghostbuster game had. Enjoy! You get what you pay for...
How would one utilize such awesome dice?
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Pat S.
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you can use them in rollable tables. I'm thinking of using them for my ghostbusters game tomorrow.
"Rollable Tables"?
The Question said: "Rollable Tables"? Yep, check the wiki. It allows you to make custom dice and/or random tables and assign names and images to them. In your case, if you log into the campaign of mine and enable some of the macros I created you can get a glimpse of them in action. The "3D" macro for example, rolls once on the "Ghost Die" table and then twice on the "Regular Die" table.
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Pat S.
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yup. cool thing about rollable tables is that you can build your self a random encounter table and have the monster icons on it which (I think) should show up in chat or on the map (if I remember correctly).
I made some neat d6's for [Fiasco] , but they are just normal d6's in black and white, to be used for the same purpose.
And yours are waaaay superior for on the tabletop dice too, I might add. I wanted something clean and dicey to show up in the sidebar and match the Ghost Die. I'm likely to crank out a red die with the symbol of the Empire from Star Wars in the 1 position and the Rebel Alliance crest in the 6 position in the event I want to run a D6 Star Wars game.
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Pat S.
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Can you do one with skull and crossbones for the one? I always thought those would be cool to have something like that.
Sure. I also realized this morning that I'd like to have a blue set to match my red set in the event I run a Barbarians of Lemuria/Dogs of War game and need a way to illustrate boon and flaw dice as being different. Having different dice colors also allows a little player choice when it comes to throwing dice, which is something I do think Roll20 needs more of. Skull-and-crossbones. Empire logo. Alliance logo. Blue dice. Anything else?
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Pat S.
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possible a flag one. I think there is a board game that has a flag symbol for one of it's die sides.
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Pat S.
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I love your dice. It will work perfectly for my game. I have two rollable tables. Red one for normal dice, the white for my ghost die.
If you're not adverse to Paint.Net, I can send you the files from my campaign that allows you to turn this: Into this: It's easy to keep a Risus character sheet on just about anything. A similarly simple D6 system character should also fit in the center blank.
Then I also re-made the equipment cards and bolstered them with a few things in-genre, but really not appropriate for a published RPG aimed at kids.
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Pat S.
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I will be happy to have the remade cards including the investigator card. I probably won't use them tonight but maybe tomorrow if I run it again.
More dice uploaded. Ghostbuster stuff uploaded to my Google drive and available here along with some Fate related material.