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d6: 37 + 4 minis + 1 blank
d10: 21 + 2 d100 + 2 blank + 1 reject
My sack bulges.
If you buy a Chessex 7-die set from a store, its right around $10.00 USD. However, with a "pound of dice", each die costs less than 50 cents apiece - so for the same price, you could get 20 or more dice.
Take into consideration, though it will NOT be 100 dice. My average over 3 pounds of buying is about 60 dice in each bag. This 60 dice also included the "super-mini D6s",which are normally deformed, or have a hole drilled in them, or are otherwise useless. They will account for about 10-12 of the 60 dice in a bag.
Also, these sets are habitually shy of D4s - you will have a lot of D6s and D20s, though, and will probably get enough matching D10s to make a Vampire set.
My suggestion : Buy 3 pounds. Open them, pour them all together. COUNT THE DICE! Write down that number. Take out and count the mini- D6s. Do what you want with them - I normally give them away. Sort dice - you'll often get some partial sets. Finally, contact Chessex - the official word I have from their sales department is that they are supposed to contain 80-100 Dice each. If you buy 3 pounds, and you get less than 240 dice, then you should call, and ask politely if maybe they will provide you some more dice. They sent me a nice little care package of about another half pound of dice.
Don't forget that each pound of dice comes with one complete 7-die set. Its white with color speckles - so far I've gotten two light blue, and one black speckle.
Chessex's website, as well as the Amazon product description for the Pound-O-Dice mention that each package includes a set of 7 matching speckled dice. Unfortunately, my set was not speckled at all. Jeers to Chessex for this. The matching set was white dice with blue numbers ( see my pic here http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-media/permalink/mo3UQ78PD36O5A2/B000X75BFE/ref=cm_ciu_images_pl_link ).
Even though the description mentions that it could, my assortment did not contain any 30-sided dice. This was not unexpected, and I would issue a warning to anyone who is obtaining this product in hopes of acquiring a couple of D30s: the pound-o-dice product does not contain, with any regularity, any D30s. Browsing through customer images on Amazon will confirm this. Jeers again to Chessex for hinting that a D30 could pop up in your pound.
But the dice are incredibly fun to sort through and use. Many of the D20s and D12s are split half & half with strangely contrasting colorations. It does a number on my eyes when I roll them.
Finally, this product would be much improved if the bags were opaque instead of clear. I cannot say, with any certainty, that I'm the first person to examine my bag of dice. Clearly, I'm the fist one to open the package and handle the dice, but it's possible for other people to glance and set special bags aside. Just some food for thought.
Kudos to Chessex for even offering this product. It's a pound-o-fun, but with a few tweaks, it could be even more fun!
d6 x 26 (Nice mix, some duplicates including 7 matching smaller green dice)
d10 x 23 (Wish a few of these would have been d100, but a nice mix)
d20 x 18 (VERY happy with these, a great mix including a "blood splatter" die which is my favorite)
d8 x 14 (Again, good mix of dice here)
d4 x 8 (Nice mix, all with the rolled #'s showing at the top)
d12 x 6 (Another blood splatter die here, and 2 multi-colored very nice dice)
d100 x1 (My one and only gripe is that I wish I had gotten a few more of these)
Full Set (7) (Very nice white set with purplish numbers, high quality).
Total Dice: 103
Highly recommended if you need a bunch of dice for other players, your family, or simply because you want a variety or lose a lot of your dice often.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This pound of dice definitely contains one whole pound of assorted dice.Published 9 hours ago by Frank
Don't remember the specific amounts I got, I just remember a lot of D8. Which isn't bad considering I'm a monk. They all fit perfectly in a large mason jar. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Madison Blyth
I bought these to use as 'swag' for geocaches, and was very pleased with the variety and quality of the dice! Read morePublished 8 days ago by Ben Dover
You get a set. And you get a set. Everyone gets a set. Except you. The bag didn't include an extra four sided die.Published 9 days ago by Mr. W.
You literally get a pound of assorted dice - you know exactly what you are getting.Published 13 days ago by Hewitt Hallberg
I think this is the 5th pound-o-dice i've ordered from Chessex. Love every single package i've ever gotten.Published 15 days ago by Wasabi