All right, you asked for it*: the guided tour of Roger’s dice box. It is indeed a classic Rolykit. (There’s another model with a squared-off base and more capacity; if I ever see one going cheap I’ll probably buy it.)
Row 1: generic gem dice, some of them sparkly.
Row 2: more of John’s custom-printed dice (including the pirate dice, probably my favourite in terms of how they came out looking); orange Schlock Mercenary custom dice; overflow of gem dice.
Row 3: poker dice; the red-and-blue d6 set I got when I was running GURPS Torg; metal dice (some hard to read but they all look lovely); d6s from Salute, I think, but I have no idea where the red and orange ones have got to.
Row 4: spherical dice (there’s an octagonal cavity with a ball bearing, but they roll quite a long way); smaller d6s.
Row 5: “element” dice.
Row 6: colour-changing dice (put them in the freezer and they go darker blue, then warm up in the hand).
Row 7: generic d6; FFG Star Wars dice; FUDGE dice (bought from Steffan in person at a GenCon in the 1980s-1990s).
Row 8: miniature dice; pencil-top rubbers that have proxied many, many starships; John’s larger custom dice for a space campaign.
Row 9: more element dice.
Row 10: SJGames Cthulhu d6; swirl dice that I bought mostly because they looked good.
Row 11: barrel dice (the d12 and d20 roll practically forever, and they’re not as easy to read as they might be, but they’re a really neat idea)
Row 12: the generic and miscellaneous, including some original Moldvay-Cook Basic/Expert D&D dice (yellow and pale blue).
Overflow; dice I use quite often. More of John’s custom prints (all right, they are for a WW2 game, but we didn’t fancy swastika dice even so); and the Battletech/Vampire mixed bag. Because I was playing Battletech with a chap who was a ferocious time optimiser, so he liked tagging moved units with d10s so that you could immediately read off the target modifiers, and rolling multiple to-hit d6s of different colours at the same time; which meant that when I recently joined a Vampire game I already had a lot of d10s.
More overflow. Weather and mood dice, and skew dice (the white on blue set is perfect for Doctor Who
It is apparently a requirement that you have an All Rolled Up
if you are a roleplayer in the UK. To be fair, they’re really very nice. I don’t like most of their fabrics, but if you get custom fabric printed they’ll make them up for you… anyway, a Chessex poly set, some small d6s, and some d6-as-d12 which are my go-to dice simply because they roll comfortably.
Oops. The decade dice which don’t really have a place to live yet.
* you didn’t ask for it.