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Art's 4E Attack Types Font
by Zsolt S. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 08/01/2015 02:29:25

Üdv! Most ismerkedem ezzel a műfajjal. Szépen szerkesztett karakterek. Jól használható. Zsolt Szélesi , Magyarországról.

Welcome! I'm new to this genre. Nicely edited characters. Easy to use. Zsolt Szélesi, Hungary.



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Art's Polyhedral Dice D6 Font with Pips
by Alex S. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 11/30/2012 13:29:10

Worth it and very useful with the Word version of the Fiasco scenario document.



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Art's Polyhedral Dice D6 Font with Pips
by Tim R. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 08/22/2011 11:22:15

This font is a great sample of the fancier fonts that are offered in Art's Polyhedral Dice font lineup. The fact that it includes personal AND professional publishing rights is the icing on the cake. Note that you'll have to fool around with the type size when using it in tandem with text. While the dice match the line-height of the letters of all the fonts I tried, they aren't particularly readable at normal print sizes (8-14 pt). You can't beat the good quality of this font and the fact that this one in particular is provided for free (even the others are very reasonably priced). Thumbs way up!



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Art's Polyhedral Dice Super Font Bundle
by Nathan R. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 04/17/2010 21:41:35

A really useful set of dice fonts that allow you to put a huge variety of dice imagery into your documents or home made charactersheets, cards or games. Personally, I used it for making unique Savage Worlds character sheets and am looking for more uses - there is almost too many dice images to use here! As well as all the common polyhedrals it also has font-images for the more exotic d30, not that I have a use for that particular one! though it does not have a d100, you can easily cover this with the d10 font. I really liked the fact that I could choose between d6 with the number or the pips (my preference - it looks more "dicey"). If you are a game designer looking for an easy way to populate your documents with dice notations, or just enjoy making your own custom charactersheets etc, this is a handy resource.



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Art's Polyhedral Dice D8 Font
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 06/21/2009 09:58:22

In the tradition of the best geek font-maker, we here have one which lets you insert D8s into your text - a choice of light ones with dark numbers or dark ones with light numbers, and of course able to display any number from one to eight on the uppermost face!

Presented as both the TTF (True Type Font, in case you wondered!) file you put in the font library of your word processing program and a PDF with the 'font map' so you can select which key to press once you've chosen your new font, it is simplicity to use. Plus, if you type the @ symbol, you'll get the Skullduggery Press logo!

Like the rest of this line, it's inspired - mad if you cannot see the point and really useful if you've always wanted to pepper your text with die images but got fed up inserting pictures. I wonder what the next maths text on probability and die-rolling will look like...



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Art's Polyhedral Dice D4 Fonts
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 06/21/2009 09:25:01

It used to be that font creation was a popular 'geek' activity, but this is one of the more original ones I've seen.

The idea's quite simple, a font that enables you to type, instead of a normal character, the image of a D4. Naturally, you might have a D4 with rounded or sharp corners, never mind the permutations of which numbers are showing and the various different arrangements of numbers on the die that are possible - is it the top you read or the side it landed on, and the like. They're all here.

To use, you just install the TTF file with the other fonts in your word processor, then access the image you want by selecting the font and then the correct letter on the keyboard (hence the PDF character maps for ready reference). Why you might want to do so is another matter - you probably won't have read this far unless you thought they might be of use - but they'd serve as decorative bullet points in gaming literature, or as a handy indication in your text which die you intend to be rolled, as just two quick examples off the top of my head.

A delightful and thorough piece of either wildly useful or completely useless code, depending on your needs. Fun to play with, though!



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