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  • abbreviation In role-playing games, a die with twelve sides.

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Examples

  • The d12 is also excellent for all you wind players who have to do scale competencies in order to pass band.

    Boing Boing

  • If your character is possessed by the ancient Sumerian mind-controlling roach, you get to roll a d12.

    Making Light: The tastemakers of tomorrow

  • Consequently, the French may insist that the Spanish roll a d12 initiative dice until the French wish to move anything.

    A Scenario For Ravenna, 11th April 1512

  • On the next roll the Allies will roll d20 vs. a French d12, thereafter both sides will roll d20s for initiative as standard.

    A Scenario For Ravenna, 11th April 1512

  • Gaming apparatus and method - The idea of a dice game using "dice" that are made from interlocking panels of the correct shape for whatever type of die you're rolling e.g. d6, d12, ...

    October Board and Card Game Patents

  • Consequently, the French may insist that the Spanish roll a d12 initiative dice until the French wish to move anything.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • Gaming apparatus and method - The idea of a dice game using "dice" that are made from interlocking panels of the correct shape for whatever type of die you're rolling e.g. d6, d12, ...

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • On the next roll the Allies will roll d20 vs. a French d12, thereafter both sides will roll d20s for initiative as standard.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • As static modifiers are piled on, the d10 vs d12 becomes insignificant, and +1 to hit plays a much bigger role.

    EN World D&D / RPG News

  • Assuming you spend your first feat on a good d12 weapon like a executioners axe or something else you can deal really solid damage.

    EN World D&D / RPG News

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