WW Photo Challenge: Dice and D&D

D is for Dice and D&D

As I’ve said before, I love playing table-top dice-rolling role-playing games with family and friends. It’s a terrific way to enjoy time together and it’s always good for lots of jokes and fun. For the D photo challenge this week, I decided to take a shot of just some of the dice I use when playing Dungeons and Dragons on Monday nights with my family. Players will notice the 20-sided die, known as a d20, near the middle that’s showing the 20 on top. Rolling a “nat 20” is almost always a great thing, so it’s good luck in this photo. Green is my favorite color (can you tell?), and I’ve collected several different sets of green dice. This means when I get to do 3d8 damage to the rock worm that’s threatening my party, I’ve got the dice to do it with!

You’re invited to join in! Pick any image you created you can label with the letter D. Show us your dog, your dojo, or your diamond-studded dagger. Here’s how to participate.

  • Post an image on your own blog or website.* All types of images are welcome. If you have serious equipment and serious skills, that’s awesome! If you snap pics on your phone (like me), that’s also awesome!
  • Post a comment on this page with a link back to your post. If you post a comment that includes a link to your blog, I will add a link to your post below.
  • Check back over the next week to follow the links. That way you can see what other people did with the theme and join in the fun.

Here’s a book cover by Olga Godim for this week’s challenge. Who doesn’t love dragons?

*Just so we’re all clear, you post your photos on your own site, which means you aren’t giving control to me or to anyone else. We’re all invited to view the images you post (and comment if your site allows for comments), but nobody has the right to use your images in any way without your permission. Got it? Great!

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