DnD Dice Roller

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Welcome to DnD Dice Roller, an online dice roller for Dungeons & Dragons and other tabletop games.

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DnD Dice Roller is an online virtual dice roller for Dungeons & Dragons or any tabletop game where dice are required.

If this is your first time using the site, be sure you've read the how to use section for basic instructions on creating and customizing your own dice combinations. For questions, comments, to report a bug or request a feature, please contact the Site Administrator by completing this contact form.

While most tabletop games use standard 6-sided dice, there are some games which require a range of specially-sided dice, such as 4-sided, 8-sided or even 100-sided dice!

A standard form for abbreviating these different types of dice is by using the notation 'dX' where 'd' refers to a die(singular) or dice(plural), and 'X' represents the number of sides. A 6-sided die would be referred to as d6 or a 10-sided die as d10. Furthermore, where a number of dice are required it is notated as 'Xd', where 'X' is the number of dice to roll. So for example, a D&D player who was rolling a strength score for a new character would need to roll 3d6, or three(3) 6-sided dice.

DnD Dice Roller allows all types of dice rolls required by D&D and most other tabletop games, as per the table below.


Chart and Description


2-sided dieAny two-faced object could be used but typically a coin toss is sufficient when a d2 is required.


3-sided dieA theoretical die only. Some tabletop games require a d3 roll, but this is usually accomplished by rolling a d6 and halving the result.


4-sided dieA tetrahedron, or a 3-sided pyramid shape. The simplest three-dimensional shape that can be accomplished for dice-rolling purposes.


6-sided dieThe classic and most typical cube-shaped die. Used by most tabletop games.


8-sided dieAn octahedron. Looks like two four-sided pyramids pressed together at the base.


10-sided dieA decahedron. Similar in appearance to the d8, but in this case two pentagonal pyramids with bases pressed together.


12-sided dieA dodecahedron. This die is starting to look less like a die and more like a ball. Twelve pentagonal faces combine to form this multi-sided die.


20-sided dieAn icosahedron, or twenty-sided shape. If you thought the d12 looked ball-like, this one is a step closer. Made up of twenty triangular-shaped faces.


100-sided dieThe mighty hectohedron. Not really a die, the 'Zocchihedron' is a ball with a hundred flattened faces. Most players roll 2d10 instead, where two dice become the 1's and 10's places, with two 10's (often represented as '00') being 100.

There can be many different dice types, numbers and combations required to play a game. Part of the fun of playing is having a personal collection of dice. But sometimes there are roll requirements that become difficult and time-consuming when performed with physical dice. DnD Dice Roller can help when the dice rolls get too large or to save time during preparation and gameplay.

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