Your DnD game just got that much more metal. Beware foul orcs… Archaeologists can’t pinpoint the first human who threw dice, but they do know this: Unlike many customs that started in one place and then spread, dice-throwing appeared independently all across the populated world. The oldest known dice (dating back at least 8,000 years) consisted of found objects such as fruit pits, pebbles, and seashells. But the direct precursors of today’s dice were bone: the ankle bones of hoofed animals, such as sheep and oxen. This is where the saying “rolling the bones” has its roots. Before modern gamers were using dice to slay orks, our ancestors used them for the practice of divination. With these, you can add flavor to your DnD night or see into the future. All skulls and bones vary slightly in size and shape. You will receive a high quality specimen of the selected item but not the exact one pictured. All skulls, bones and other animal parts are guaranteed to be top quality; sourced from ethical vendors around the world.