The Kingdom of Daytar Leamay
A purely casino game it is played at a specially designed table. The table has a grid of numbers on it between 4-24. Players may place between 1 and 3 bets on the table before the action begins, the amount of the bet determines the payout and each bet allows the player a roll of the dice for a maximum of 3 rolls for each gambler before the game is over. Most places limit the table to 4 players at a time. Each bet is placed on the number the player thinks is going to be rolled on 4D6. Bets made in copper are paid out at 1:2, bets made in silver pay at 1:4 and bets made in gold pay 1:8 (the more you risk the more you may win) once all the players have rolled the dice a number of times equal to the number of bets they made the game is over and any remaining money on the table is claimed by the house. Rolling a 13-15 is an automatic loss and all bets are claimed by the house and the play ends for the round.
Example Game: (4 players)
Player 1 places 3Cp on #18 and 1Sp on #5
Player 2 places 4Sp on #20 and 1Gp on #12
Player 3 places 5Cp on #24, 2Sp on #4 and 1Gp on #17
Player 4 places 20Cp on#11
Player 1 gets the dice first, having made 2 bets he gets to roll twice. His first roll is a 19 (3+6+5+5) no one wins, his second roll is a 22 (6+6+4+6) no one wins, Play passes.
Player 2 also placed 2 bets and rolls twice. His first roll is a 12 (3+1+4+4) Player 2 wins 8Gp! (1Gp bet x8), his second roll is a 6 (1+2+1+3) no one wins. Play passes.
Player 3 placed 3 bets and rolls 3 times. His first roll is a 5 (1+1+1+2) Player 1 wins 4Sp (1Sp bet x4), his second roll is a 16 (3+2+5+6) no one wins, his third roll is a 12 (2+5+4+1) Player 2 would have won but having already won on that number he gets nothing. Play passes.
Player 4 only made 1 bet so only gets 1 roll, he gets a 14 (6+3+3+2) – Auto loss – The house collects all left over money on the table (1Gp, 2Sp, 32Cp) and the game begins again.