What One Hand Gives, The Other Takes Away
Ever since I created this design people have been asking me to make it into a coin and finally here it is! Do you need to let luck decide your fate? This is the perfect coin for that! But be careful with your table, this thing is heavy :D
One side of the coin shows a hand holding a 20 on a d20 and saying "What One Hand Gives", the other side shows a hand holding a 1 on a d20 and saying "The Other Takes Away."
• 2 inches (5cm) tall and wide
• Zinc alloy metal
• Antique gold finish
• The coin comes in a sturdy plastic sleeve
I play a lot of D&D, so i was looking for a fun coin to use for my character. These coins are good, quality coins with a nice weight to it. I originally just bought them because they looked like a regular D&D coin and i wanted to get something fun for my group. I am very impressed with the 5 coins i got and im excited to surprise my group with them.
I got these for my whole dnd group and everyone loves them. The design is beautiful and they are fantastic fidgets/flippers. They feel very heavy and nice.
What One Hand Gives d2 Coin
I bought the party pack of coins to give as gifts to my D&D group and they absolutely loved them. They had been coveting my own coin for months and calling on me to flip it all the time. They were like a bunch of kids on Christmas morning when they opened them up, and kept practicing flipping them the entire night. The number of 50/50 rolls we made must have gone up 200% for that game just so they'd have an excuse to flip their coins.
got this for the rogue in my party who can substitute 1 roll a day for a coin toss and he loves it! Uses it to enact all his chaotic deeds