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July 2, 2012

D20 Lollipop

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Twenty sides of suck!

D20 Lollipop

Dice are nice. Dice help us decide all sorts of things. Should we charge the dragon? Roll. YES! Should we eat more donuts? Roll NO! Wait, saving throw: YES! Huzzah, the donuts are ours! But until now, licking our dice was just a way to keep others from touching them. Presenting, in all its glory, the D20 Lollipop.

Each D20 Lollipop is 20 sides of yummy cherry fun. And, what’s best is you can lick the numbers off in any order you want! Not sure why we find that fun, but we do. Use your D20 Lollipop to curb that late afternoon snack urge, to satiate your desire to consume mathematical system units, and to make your DM jealous of your candy prowess. The D20 Lollipop you buy today could be your successful save vs. hunger tomorrow!

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D20 Lollipop

  • Delicious lollipop that looks like everyone’s favorite 20-sided die: the d20!
  • Cherry flavored with hand-iced numerals.
  • Dimensions: 2″ diameter.
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