The first open Liscense gaming system.
Yet another gaming system that held great potential but was ruined by over priced books , Unthought out rules, and market whoring.
Have you see the new d20 version of Cuthlullu
1: A 20 sided die. 2: A gaming system devloped to play Dungeons and Dragons and other table-top RPG
1: Roll a d20.
2: We could play Star Wars d20 or Modern d20.
A 20 sided die used in many games in the "Dungeons & Dragons" series of tabletop role-playing board games.
Carl: Say Falacorn, let's break out the d20 and set us up a game of *gasp* DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS.
Joe: Indeed Yeldor, but I call dungeon master!
*slap fight ensues*
A twenty sided die, or a system which has been used to base games off of. Also damages the Dungeon Master's walls after rolling low many consecutive times.
Player: Sonofabitch! Another 1?! How dare you betray me?!
*Throws d20 in a random direction as hard as he can*
Dungeon Master: Goddamnit Joe! That's the fourth time you've done that! I'm sure as fuck not paying if there's any damage!
A 20 sided die to keep track of your life total in Magic, the Gathering.
Where is my d20, I need to keep track of my life total.
Slang for twenty dollars worth of marijuana.
Jack: "Yo snatch, we gonna hit up some DND tonite?"
Jill: "Hell yea, I'll go grab some D20s!"