I was rummaging through a sack of dice with varying numbers of sides. The four-sided die is unusual in that a point sticking up determines the number rather than a face level with the ground. The numbers are thus printed/engraved/whathaveyou in the corners of the faces so that the number is legible from any side. All the corners at an apex have the same number, of course. ...Unless those corners are in the picture of the day.
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kamoranakrre prefers unary dice to decimal dice, anyway.