Set of 5 Wild Dice
This die is another example of a clean, eye-catching design. Each face is a hand of cards fanned with the face value on the topmost card. The cool thing is that each face is a winning hand of some type. The 6 is a bit different as it has the infamous Smiling Jack icon rather than a 6 on the topmost card. Most of their dice have the same general pattern on each face with only the value differing. They've taken great care to specifically alter each face on the Wild Die with a higher-ranked hand to correspond with the higher valued face.
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