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d20

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Ancient d20 die now available in 3D-printed form

A famous Ptolemaic Period 20-sided die is now available to the masses as a 3D-printed reproduction.

By 20 February 2013

Review

Canon PowerShot D20

The D20 is the easiest waterproof camera to use, thanks to its array of chunky buttons and simple user interface. It delivers decent photos for web use, if all you want to do is point and shoot.

20 July 2012

3.5 stars Editors' rating 20 July 2012

Typical price: $399.00

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Ancient d20 die emerges from the ashes of time

Many centuries before Dungeons & Dragons was even a glimmer in the eye of Gary Gygax, ancient Egyptians were rolling a d20 die.

By 10 November 2012

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Ancient Egyptian D20 the oldest in the world?

Were the ancient Egyptians the inventors of Dungeons and Dragons?

By 7 November 2012

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Canon PowerShot D20

27 July 2012

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Make tabletop gaming tastier with this 20-sided-dice cake pan

Dragons and wizards beware of the hungry gamer! Celebrate a d20 critical hit by making mini dice cakes with this pan available exclusively from ThinkGeek.

By 15 September 2014

Gallery

Canon PowerShot SX260 HS, Elph 530 HS, Elph 320 HS, and D20 (photos)

Canon adds Wi-Fi to a couple Elphs, updates its waterproof camera from 2009, and takes its high-end compact megazoom out to 20x.

8 Images By 7 February 2012

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Celebs narrate free audiobook for Dungeons & Dragons' 40th anniversary

Geekerati like Felicia Day, Wil Wheaton, Weird Al, and more celebrate four decades of dice-rolling derring-do by lending their voices to a free Audible audiobook by R.A. Salvatore.

By 18 August 2014

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3D printing to star at CES 2014, alongside 20,000 products

"Every interior designer will have a 3D printer," predicts the CEA, as it dedicates a space to the technology at the upcoming Las Vegas show.

By 2 October 2013

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How did Egyptians move pyramid stones? Mystery may be solved

Alien pyramid-building theories take a blow as a new study shows Egyptians may have used water to help move the massive stones.

By 2 May 2014