Either you’re a GM looking to soften your reputation for cruelty with player characters or maybe a game geek with an angle on bribing camaraderie out of your fellow players: “Sure, we’ll let you walk away with that amazing artefact… since you baked us these amazing chocolate dice”.
Or maybe you’re a “game widow”? One of those long-suffering girlfriends or boyfriends who regularly lose contact with their partner when they vanish off to do battle with… whatever.
Here’s a link to a great step-by-step guide for creating some functional chocolate goodies. And what’s better, if you happen to roll a ’1′ fumble on a d20 or a ’00′ critical fek-up on 1d100, just pop the evidence in your mouth before the GM can dispute what they think they saw.
This isn’t a quick win by the way. Some effort required. First you’ll need to make a mold that’ll allow you to batch the scrumptious polyhedrons.
The article by Ariel Segall contains a comprehensive list of required crafting components that you’ll need to buy in before you begin, including liquid molding silicone, modelling clay and food-safe wax, to name a few. So anybody munching down on your treats should be prepared to get a lecture from you on how difficult they were to make.
If you’re up for the challenge then read the full article here: How to make your own Dungeons & Dragons chocolate dice mold – via offbeatbride.com
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