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    1. Labmasu 6-time creator on May 16

      In real we tried to incert 13 stripes in a die but at the ent it was too strong to look at (and imbpossible read the number)
      I didn't know the story of the flag, I am happy to know it now! Thanks.

    2. Jeffery Qualey on May 16

      That is very funny Scuba. I want to make sure our European friends understand the history of it. I was being sincere with the well wishes, as I do like the pattern and the colors offered. It IS about the best one can do within the space of 6 die faces.

    3. Labmasu 6-time creator on May 16

      @scuba: thanks, i will take note

      @Hayden: at th end on the campaign, during check out

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      Hayden Winters on May 16

      Hello, where do we input the code for the "dice nation" die?

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      Scuba_2011 on May 16

      I would like to point out the American flag is not made of dice. Therefore this is something that only somewhat looks like an American flag

    6. Jeffery Qualey on May 15

      I can see that you made only 6 stars because that is the "6" side of the die. I can see also, because of the font style, why you have used 5 red lines per die.
      However, I want to point out that the number of lines in the American Flag is 13 (red on top to red on bottom), and represents the original 13 colonies; and the number of stars is 50 (subject to change at an unknown time in the future), and represents the current number of States. Therefore, this is something that only somewhat looks like an American Flag.
      I wish you luck on the project.

    7. Jeffery Qualey on May 15

      I can see that you made only 6 stars because that is the "6" side of the die. I can see also, because of the font style, why you have used 5 red lines per die.

      However, I want to point out that the number of lines in the American Flag is 13 (red on top to red on bottom), and represents the original 13 colonies; and the number of stars is 50 (subject to change at an unknown time in the future), and represents the current number of States. Therefore, this is something that only somewhat looks like an American Flag.

      I wish you luck on the project.