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The 1982 French 2-franc coin that I use as a d2. It has a giant 2 on the reverse, and the standing lady on the obverse looks kinda like a 1.

It cost a couple of bucks on ebay, and it's a much more aesthetically-pleasing d2 than "odds/evens" on a d6.

@Garrison I use a two rupee coin for this! Has a big numeral 2 on the back and an illustration of a hand holding up two fingers.

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