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Dice sold in sets are often identically colored, with matching die and marking colors. From left to right, the Platonic solids are the tetrahedron (d4), cube (d6), octahedron (d8), dodecahedron (d12) and icosahedron (d20). Missing from this white-on-specked blue set is a ten-sided die (d10).


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  • (del) (cur) 10:15, 31 July 2004 . . Cyp ( Talk | contribs) . . 615×121 (11,490 bytes) (Blue platonic solid shaped dice. They are actually blue, not cyan as they appear in the photo. {{GFDL}})

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