Taofledermaus and Edwin Sarkissian trekked out to the swamp for a game of dice, propelled via 12 gauge shotgun shell.
While old school die were made from bone, ivory or similar material, today’s standard cube dice are made through injection molding, generally of thermoset plastic. This makes them pretty hard but, due to the nature of the beast, fairly light.
So, when glued together and slid into a low brass shotgun hull, they fly pretty straight and keep their form in TFM’s tests, but come up snake eyes in the end.
Warning: Graphic gummy bear violence.
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