TTRPG ONLINE DICE ROLLER
Online Dice Roller for D&D 5e and other TTRPGs
Choose the number of Dices, the Type of Dice, add a Modifier (if needed), and press roll to get the result.
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What are the D&D 5e dice?
In Dungeons and Dragons 5e you generally have to use 6 + 1 different types of dice that you can use to determine the outcome of the action of your character. In D&D you have to use the D20, the D12, the D10, the D8, the D6, and the D4. However, in most sets, you have access to an extra D10 dice that you can use to calculate percentages.
- The D20 is the most crucial dice in Dungeons and Dragons, with which you calculate the most of the actions and abilities of your character. You have to roll it and add its result with the Proficiency Bonus to calculate the outcome of an Attack, of a Saving Throw, and determine the results of a skill check. Since most of the checks in D&D 5e require a D20 roll, the Game system that rules D&D is often referred as the D20 Game System
- The D12 is used only to calculate the Hit Points of a particularly “strong” character (the Barbarian Class requires it, for example) or to determine the damage output of a powerful weapon.
- The D10, similarly to the D12, is generally used to calculate the damage output of special weapons/spells or to calculate the Hit Points of “strong” Characters. In some cases, you can use it to determine a percentage and another D10. Percentage s generally throws that only a Game Master is required to roll, and work as follows: you roll two D10s. One is used to determine the result of a scale of tens, while the other is on the scale of units. So, for example, if the results of the throws are one 4 (scale of tens) and one 8 (scale of units), the result is 48. Generally, in a Dice Set, the colors of the D10s are different so that you do not mistake which dice represent the units and which dice represent the tens.
- The D8, like the previous ones, is used to determine the damage output of weapons or spells. It is also used to determine the Hit Points of characters that are not characterized by their resilience or “strength”.
- The D6 die is probably the most familiar dice since it is used in games like Monopoly and Risiko. Unlike the most popular Tabletop Games, it uses numbers and not dots or lines. Like the previous cases, it is used to determine attack rolls for spells or weapons. Unlike the D12, the D10, and the D8, it is not used to determine characters’ Hit Points.
- The D4 has the shape of a pyramid (a tetrahedron) and is used for the weakest attacks.
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