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 "OneDice was designed with a couple of things in mind. First, for something quick and fun - those times when you have a cool idea, but not a lot of prep time. Second, to get all my junior group, who are a little adverse to reading, running as well as playing."

"I tend to think of OneDice as GURPS for lazy GMs"
  
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Historically, dice is the plural of die, but in modern standard English, dice is both the singular and the plural: throw the dice could mean a reference to two or more dice, or to just one. In fact, the singular die (rather than dice) is increasingly uncommon.
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