Welcome to Omni's 10-sided dice roller calculator! Now you never have to worry if you lose your 10-sided dice (D10 dice) for your favorite RPG or DND board game.
With this tool, you will instantly get not only the result of a given roll but also the sum of the numbers. Roll up to 15 dice at a time and be surprised every time by the result you get.
The D10 die is a 10-sided fair die that has an equal chance of landing on each side. The 10-sided dice used in gaming have the shape of a pentagonal trapezohedron, where each face is a kite shape. They are typically numbered from 0 to 9 or 1-10. When you roll a D10 die, it gives you a random number between 1 and 10.
D10 is the second most popular cube after D6 (classic 6-sided die). D10 is usually used in a specific game system. For example, it is very common in the Storytelling system.
You will roll the D10 cube in games such as DND Basic Game, Vampire: the Masquerade, Exalted, and White Wolf.
How to use this 10-sided dice roller calculator?
To use this 10-sided dice roller:
Select the number of D10 dice you want to throw, any number from one to 15.
Go to the bottom of the dice roller, click on "Select", then click "Roll". To roll the dice again, click on "Roll" and select "Roll" a second time. Happy rolling!
The D10 dice roller calculator shows you the sum of the values of the rolled dice at the bottom. Underneath the total, the calculator shows the result of each die.
Click the "Roll" button to throw a die again. You can change the number of them at will.
Let's roll D10 dice now!
Other dice rolling tools
Besides this 10-sided dice roller calculator, we have other fantastic tools for throwing dice of various shapes in almost any board game:
Is D10 a fair dice?
Yes, all surfaces of the D10 die have the same shape and size. This means that they are as fair as other polyhedral dice in any reasonable situation. The only exception would be when dropping a D10 die through a very thick liquid.
How do I read D10 percentile dice?
To read percentage dice with no mistakes:
- Choose one die marked 0-9 as the digit of tens.
- Choose the second die marked 0-9 as the digit of unity.
- Roll 2 D10 dice at the same time.
- Treat 0 as 10.
- Read together to get a number from 0-99 – a percentage chance.