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Publicly shaming your dice might not make your character come alive again, but it might make you feel better.
Presumably you've heard, by now, of Cat Shaming - that is, posting a picture of a cat with a sign illuminating others to said cat's crimes. Well, that lovely phenomenon has made its way to the world of tabletop games with Dice Shaming. We've always known that, like cats, dice are finnicky vicious creatures prone to whimsical acts of sheer malice, destructive caprice, and outright betrayal.
Little did we know the depths of their depravity. Little did we know.
Kicking off with a simple post from a Tumblr user, #diceshaming has taken off as gamers let loose years of repressed anti-dice rage.
Want to see more? It gets worse. So much worse, in fact, that we've waded through to bring you the best of the horrible things that have befallen gamers recently. Purely for your edification, of course, and not to laugh at them. Not at all.