Polyhedral dice cake

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9 Responses to “Polyhedral dice cake”

  1. minTphresh says:

    i like cake!

  2. Snig says:

    They rolled an 11? Not an auspicious start for a wedding. Poor twelve-sider, once again not invited to the party:
    http://www.cafepress.com/orderofthestick.38652764

  3. jimh says:

    Maybe the 11 was the groom’s saving throw!
    DM: Roll 1D20.
    Groom: 11.
    DM: You say “I do.”
    Groom: “I do.”
    Bride, et Al: “wo0T”!

  4. The Funky Phantom says:

    My RPG of choice, Burning Wheel, is a dice-pool system that uses six-siders. That would make a for a boring cake, but having a whole bunch of them could be justified.

  5. Avram / Moderator says:

    The d20 is showing 11, but the d8 is showing 8 and the d4 rolled 1. Add ‘em all up and you’ve got 20, though I don’t know what weird game mechanics you’d be using.

    Maybe the numbers mean something personal to the bride and groom? Like, maybe he proposed on November 1st, 2008 (11-1-08)?

  6. Atlemar says:

    For my wedding in February, we had three dice cakes, and the dice themselves were cake. The d4 was key lime, the d6 chocolate and the d20 an almond. I think. The cake makers can do some awesome things, but the d20 shape was pretty hard on them, and they forgot to have it showing a 20.

    There’s a photo at my friend Eric’s Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gamethyme/3312573267/

  7. teufelsdroch says:

    Perfect for the RPG/Red Sox fan.

  8. mdh says:

    avram appears to have scored a critical hit.

  9. Bevatron Repairman says:

    Failed a saving throw against commitment!

    Seriously, what an awesome gal to do such a thing. woot, indeed.

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