The best way to make sure it lines up properly is to make sure that the dice is very close to the DSer, then use a whippy stick/ruler across the top of it to firmly establish where they're going. To make sure the dice is very close, we usually use a small dice rolling cup for scatter dice, just shake it and plonk it down upside down right next to the model, easier than trying to figure it out from a dice that bounced a foot away.
Another possible way is using an old film canister (opaque not clear). Shake, upend it right next to the DSer, and take the canister away, while leaving the dice on the lid - it's right next to the model, and there'll be no confusion.
It's all in the name.
Looking for a club in Brisbane, Australia
? Come and enjoy a game and a beer at our friendly club in a pub, Sunday nights from 6:30. All brisbanites welcome, don't wait, check out our Club Page on Facebook
for details or to organize a game. We play all sorts of board and war games, so hit us up if you're interested.
Update:From the 25th of May 2014 we'll be Meeting at The Junction pub in Annerley, opposite Ace Comics and Games
Still playing 40k, Warmachine and board games of all sorts!
Last edited by maddermax; 03-17-09 at 09:43 AM.