10 Best Role Playing Dice

List Updated May 2020

Bestselling Role Playing Dice in 2020


Smartdealspro 5 x 7-Die Series Two Colors Dungeons and Dragons DND RPG MTG Table Games Dice with Free Pouches

Smartdealspro 5 x 7-Die Series Two Colors Dungeons and Dragons DND RPG MTG Table Games Dice with Free Pouches
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • You will receive 5 x 7-Die dice sets with 5 small pouches and 1 big pouch.
  • Guaranted no duplicate colors. Colors are the same with the first picture acquiescently, but if you need other colors in the second picture please contact us.
  • A single 7-die set contains one d20, one d12, two d10 (00-90 and 0-9), one d8, one d6, and one d4.
  • Made of acrylic materials which is durable and hardwearing. Each die with large and easy to read golden numbers.
  • Product Warranty: 1, 30-DAYS MONEY BACK GUARANTEE; 2, FREE REPLACEMENT WITHOUT RETURN if you receive defective dies or missing dies sets (please contact us with pictures of the received products or tell us exactly what color and what shape is missing or defective so that we can ship your replacement out effectively).

Wiz Dice Cup of Wonder: 5 Sets of 7 Premium Glitter Polyhedral Role Playing Gaming Dice for Tabletop RPGs with Black Bicast Leather Dice Cup by

Wiz Dice Cup of Wonder: 5 Sets of 7 Premium Glitter Polyhedral Role Playing Gaming Dice for Tabletop RPGs with Black Bicast Leather Dice Cup by
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • FIVE FULL SETS: Add a quick injection of 35 polyhedral dice in standard sets of seven: d4, d6, d8, d10, d00, d12, and d20
  • PREMIUM TREATMENTS: Each cup comes filled with five of our most premium, glittery and shimmery treatments: Dwarven Brandy, Arcane Aura, Diamond Dust, Stardust, and Royal Bubblegum
  • ROLL IN STYLE: The Cup of Wonder is a black bicast leather dice cup with a handsome golden foil stamp and an otherworldly fuchsia velvet interior
  • HANDLE WITH SCARE: Each cup comes in a reusable mimic treasure chest box. Store minis, tokens, or more dice (we all have more dice), just watch your fingers!
  • COLLECT EM ALL: Not enough dice? Grab the Cup of Plenty for an additional five polyhedral dice sets in a classic brown leather dice cup

Smartdealspro 6 x 7 Sets(42 Pieces) Two Colors Polyhedral Dice with Free Pouches for Dungeons and Dragons DND RPG MTG Table Games D4 D8 D10 D12 D20

Smartdealspro 6 x 7 Sets(42 Pieces) Two Colors Polyhedral Dice with Free Pouches for Dungeons and Dragons DND RPG MTG Table Games D4 D8 D10 D12 D20
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • You will receive 6 x 7-Die sets with 6 small pouches and 1 big pouch.
  • New Arrival colors which is available for the first time. Colors are exactly the same with the picture..
  • A single 7-die set contains one d20, one d12, two d10 (00-90 and 0-9), one d8, one d6, and one d4.
  • Made of acrylic materials which is durable and hardwearing. Each die with large and easy to read golden numbers.
  • Product Warranty: 1, 30-DAYS MONEY BACK GUARANTEE; 2, FREE REPLACEMENT WITHOUT RETURN if you receive defective dies or missing dies sets (please contact us with pictures of the received products or tell us exactly what color and what shape is missing or defective so that we can ship your replacement out effectively).

Hengda dice Polyhedral Dice Set Copper Ancient Dice Dnd Dice for Dungeons and Dragons Table Role-Playing Game Dice

Hengda dice Polyhedral Dice Set Copper Ancient Dice Dnd Dice for Dungeons and Dragons Table Role-Playing Game Dice
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020

Assorted Polyhedral Dice Set with Black Drawstring Bag, 5 Complete Dice Sets of D4 D6 D8 D10 D% D12 D20 Great for Dungeons and Dragons DND RPG MTG Games

Assorted Polyhedral Dice Set with Black Drawstring Bag, 5 Complete Dice Sets of D4 D6 D8 D10 D% D12 D20 Great for Dungeons and Dragons DND RPG MTG Games
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • 5 bright colors: Black, White&Black, Blue&Purple, Blue&Gold, Red&Black, they have a slight pearled sheen, and gold, white and red painted lettering.
  • All dice set comes with a big black drawstring flannel pouch to store your dice, the bag measures 3.5 x 6 inches and can hold up to around 100 dice.
  • Perfect and high quality polyhedral dice for various board games, parites, rpg, mtg, teaching projects, etc. These dice role perfectly on your table.
  • Each set contains: 1 d4 dice, 1 d6 dice, 1 d8 dice, 1 d10 dice, 1 d12 dice, 1 d20 dice, 1 d% - the percentage dice.
  • Made of acrylic - perfect and powerful material, easy to roll and hard to damage, with good polishing. Durable polyhedral dice for your interesting desktop games, customize your own D & D dice game.

Bescon Antique Copper Solid Metal Polyhedral D&D Dice Set of 7 Old Copper Metal RPG Role Playing Game Dice 7pcs Set

Bescon Antique Copper Solid Metal Polyhedral D&D Dice Set of 7 Old Copper Metal RPG Role Playing Game Dice 7pcs Set
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • This heavy duty set of 7 polyhedral die are made of solid METAL Ancient Copper finish, the dice set will stand up to years of heavy use.
  • Each set of 7 die contains one of each D4, D6, D8, D10 numbered 0-9, D10 marked in tens 00-90 for percentages, D12, and a D20.
  • The dice included with this set are just what you need for RPGs such as Dungeons and Dragons, Shadowrun, Pathfinder, Savage World, Warhammer, Heroscape and many other RPG and card games
  • Let this metal golden dice set be the envy of your game group. You can keep these dice for years. You will want to know that they will be there when the time comes to open that special bag and do some serious gaming.
  • Each set packed in a nice black velvet drawstring bag.

Star Wars RPG Dice

Star Wars RPG Dice
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Manufacturer: Asmodee North America

LOOMEN Roleplaying Dice Treasure Chest

LOOMEN Roleplaying Dice Treasure Chest
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Measurements: Exterior Size: 2 3/4"(L) x 2 1/8"(W) x 2"(H). Interior Size: 2 1/4"(L) x 1 3/8"(W) x 1 5/8"(H) Weight 5.8oz
  • A soft interior can hold a single set of valued dice and help them from being scratched up. (Holds a d4, d6, d8, 2xd10, d12 and a d20 with a little extra space)
  • Great treasure chest look to display those same valued dice at game, definitely beats the Royal Crown bag.
  • Dice not included. You'll have to summon those from elsewhere.

Yellow Mountain Imports 126 Polyhedral Dice Set (18 Colors) - Seven Varieties - Velvet Pouch for Storage

Yellow Mountain Imports 126 Polyhedral Dice Set (18 Colors) - Seven Varieties - Velvet Pouch for Storage
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Everything You Need To Roll The Dice: With a polyhedral dice set of 126 in 18 different colors, you can customize your favorite set for Dungeons and Dragons, more.
  • Comes In 7 Varieties: Includes 4-sided die, 0.79 x 0.79 inches; 6-sided die, 0.63 x 0.63 inches; 8-sided die, 0.95 x 0.71 inches; 10-sided die, 0.87 x 0.83 inches; 12-sided die, 0.83 x 0.71 inches; 20-sided die, 0.91 x 0.79 inches; and % die, 0.87 x 0.83 inches.
  • Easily Take Your Game Anywhere: With a velvet pouch that's easy to open and fits almost anywhere, its compact size 7 x 6 inches (18 x 15 centimeters) is dice-perfect.
  • Factory First Dice: This polyhedral dice and pouch are brand new, free of chips, holes, and cracks, and everything you could want in DND, D&D, MTG, and RPG dice.
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee: If you're unsatisfied with these polyhedral dice, assorted for almost any game, please contact us within 30 days for a full refund.

Chessex Polyhedral 7-Die Gemini Dice Set - Blue-Steel with White CHX-26423

Chessex Polyhedral 7-Die Gemini Dice Set - Blue-Steel with White CHX-26423
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • All dice read from the top for easy comprehension
  • Sharp edges for easy shape recognition - Numbers are as large as possible on each face

Guitar Techniques: Fingerstyle Vs. Plectrum Picking

There are two different styles to play the guitar- Fingerpicking and the Plectrum style. In this article we compare the differences between the two different guitar playing techniques.

There are two different styles to play the guitar- Fingerpicking and the Plectrum style.

A plectrum is another name for a guitar pick, which is normally made out of a small flat piece of plastic that you use to strike the strings of the guitar. There are other guitarists that choose not to use a pick and instead use their fingers to pluck the strings.

There are advantages and disadvantages for both playing styles, so let's compare the differences.

The Fingerpicking guitar style

I use fingerpicking as a general term, but there are different styles of playing the guitar with your fingers, such as Flamenco or the Travis picking style. For players that prefer this style they will normally tell you that they find it easier to play because they simply assign one finger to one string, and for the most part your hand can stay in one position as long as you keep your fingers assigned to their proper strings. I prefer the Fingerpicking style because I can play a lot faster without worrying about my pick striking multiple strings by mistake. One finger for one string, you can't get any easier than that.

There are a lot of famous guitarists who use the fingerpicking style. Merle Travis invented the "Travis picking" guitar style and made it an extremely popular form of playing the guitar. With this style you can play bass notes with your thumb and the lower treble notes with your other four fingers to create complex and beautiful sounding music on your guitar. In the 1980s, Jeff Beck also adopted the Fingerpicking style and gave up the regular use of a guitar pick and helped boost the popularity of finger style guitar playing.

Most classical guitarists almost always use the fingerpicking style to play their guitars, but if you are playing on a steel string guitar you will find that the strings will begin to chip away your nails and cut into your fingers. That makes the fingerpicking style quite uncomfortable to play with, which is one of the cons to fingerpicking. You also have to maintain your fingernails and keep them quite long to get a loud and clear sound, otherwise the notes sound a bit flat and dead. Not everyone can keep long fingernails on their hands, so attempting to keep your nails at the proper length will quickly become a chore; especially if they keep breaking.

There are others who say that they feel like they are multitasking by trying to use all five fingers to play the strings on their guitar instead of just focusing on alternate picking with their plectrum. For those Guitarists they can't seem to get their right hand fingers to move individually to perform the way they need them to, so they pick up a plectrum instead.

Plectrum guitar style

There are several different styles when using a guitar pick, but alternate picking is probably the most popular style used. One of the pros you will probably notice right away when using a pick is its loud and clear sound that the pick produces when it strikes the strings. The tone is a lot clearer than when you pluck the strings with your fingers.

For some guitarist they also say that using a pick is less of a hassle for them because once they get the rhythm of alternant picking they can lose themselves in the music and play without having to think about what their right hand is doing. Guitarist also say that they can play songs at faster speeds when using a guitar pick. You can also get slightly different tones based on the type of materiel the pick is made out of to give your music a more distinct sound. Lighter picks give a brighter sound while thicker picks give a heavier deeper sounding tone.

I never noticed before, but my brother actually said that he found fingerpicking on electric guitars to be a bit more difficult because of the instruments smaller size and low action. He said that his fingers kept touching the area near the pickups which caused complications.

One of the cons I found with guitar picks is that they can sometimes be a bit awkward to hold between your fingers, especially if you are just starting out and learning how to play. There are a lot of classical guitarists that find guitar picks to be an unnecessary burden because they have become accustomed to playing with their fingers, and there are some that can't grasp the motion of alternate picking.

The main difference?

The difference between the two techniques really just boils down to player preference. Not everyone can become ambidextrous enough to use the fingerpicking style so they choose to use a pick instead. But Guitarists that started out learning the guitar with the fingerpicking style will more than likely stick with it.

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