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Description A set of die faces for the European and Asian-type dice
Date 14 March 2008
Source I made this image myself using primarily Microsoft Powerpoint to make the image, Irfanview to save the file into PNG and Adobe ImageReady for the transparency.
Author Nanami Kamimura
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