Dice Roller Calculator

Dice RollerOur dice roller game is one of the most comprehensive on the internet. Not only can you choose to roll the common 6-sided die, but you can also choose to roll dice with up to one hundred sides. We even have included a die that can roll each letter of the alphabet. You can also choose to roll your dice up to 10 times at once for more results. Lastly, you can also select a custom sort order if you’d like to see the results numerically, alphabetically, or as naturally rolled.

Dice are used in many applications to generate random numbers. If the die is true, then each side has the same likelihood of landing face up and should be completely random. Dice are used in the gambling industry for popular table games like craps. In craps, two traditional 6-sided dice are thrown and the numbers are added together for the final result. Dice are also used in many popular household board games such as Yahtzee, Monopoly, Risk, Trouble, Bunco, etc.

Additionally, dice rolling also serves as the bread and butter of many fantasy and strategy based role playing games (RPGs and FRPs) such as Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) and Warhammer. Two popular manufacturers of these types of games are Wizards of the Coast and White Wolf Publishing. In 2000, Wizards of the Coast published the d20 System, named after the iconic 20 sided dice that is most commonly used in Dungeons and Dragons. In this style of gaming, different types of dice are rolled to keep track of all game mechanics including character traits, ability checks, hits and misses, random chance encounters, etc.

Instead of having to keep up with all of the various dice needed for these games, you can use our free dice calculator. This dice roller has been designed to cover a huge variety of different games and should provide every option you might need.

To use the dice calculator simply choose which dice you want to use and how many times you want to throw them. Our calculator will provide you with separated results that are completely random.

Dice Roller Calculator

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