If you use the same container/glass/tower for your rolls then the dice become quantum entangled. So whatever you roll, it determines your opponents roll. You roll a 3 DR, your opponent will always get a 11 (14-Your roll for a DR, 7-Your roll for a dr). The real problem is if you DR a 7, due to the Pauli exclusion principle both your and opponent's dice cannot occupy the same quantum state, so if you DR a 7 your opponents dice disappear out the window/door at the speed of light. So don't use the same container with quantum dice.I prefer precision quantum dice.
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- Hi, I am dr Up.
- Hi, I am dr Down.
An ASL'er made this random.org diceroller, that will email the results to you and anyone else you want. Link below.Actually two dr's, one called up another called down. Thanks!