So several folks posted their goblin-junk when I mentioned the absence of a number six on our latest d20 table. Which is kinda problematic I suppose. Here's what you posted:
- The Bone of the Crone. This small six sided die is said to be made from the pinky toe bone of a wicked witch. Whenever it is rolled, strange noises are heard nearby. Roll 1d6 to see what the noise is:
1. A buzzing drone.
2. A tortured groan.
3. A wailing moan.
4. A falling stone.
5. A trilling tone.
6. A voice unknown.
The sounds last no more than a minute. Each sound will work once per day. If someone tries to roll the die more than once in an hour there is a 66% chance that the most recent sound rolled will be heard whenever the character speaks or even whispers. This effect will last one hour. [Nemo235]
- The Princess Frog. This dried frog corpse radiates a strong dweomer. All it needs is raise dead and a kiss from a prince, and you'll have your very own princess. Guaranteed, or your money back. [Beedo]
- Vilijuh's Jerkin. A tattered malodorous black goblin-sized leather jerkin with white cat fur trim. The coat's odour prevents the wearer from being tracked by scent but dogs have an adverse dislike of the wearer (-3 to reaction rolls). It's pockets contain a small broken ceramic badge a pin and a deflated bladder. [satyre]
- Bone dice. A pair of small white cubes with various numbers of spots on each face. Can be used to alter fate. Price: will swap for object of equal or greater value. [Sir Timothy of Kent]
So how should we determine which one of these entries will be number six? A d4 roll? What do you guys think?