Note for reviewers, this question is a part of several similar questions. It has been broken down so as to not run afoul of other guidelines. Whilst they are almost identical, they are not duplicates of each other as they are asking about identifying different dice. This means that, whilst the questions are similar, they are not the same. Also, as they are each asking to identify different dice, the answers to each question will be vastly different, thusly they are not duplicates.
For readers, if you have already read another part of this series of questions, feel free to skip the text as it is identical, the only section you would need to focus on is the pictures themselves.
A while ago I bought a few bags of factory 2nd dice. Out of those bags, there are a handful of dice that I have not been able to immediately identify. Some I have later been able to identify through image searching, such as the Warhammer Blood Angels, Adeptus Mechanicus and Tyranids logo dice, as well as the green and pink nebular swirl dice.
However, I am still unsure as to what some of the dice are. I’ve tried looking at dice websites, searching on Google and even using reverse image searches, all to no avail. For some, I am not even sure how to concisely describe them to accurately search for them.
What I want to know is what game are these dice from? Or, if they are not from a specific game, what they are called. Below are images of the dice:
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I could yet not verify whether the same happens with other mobile phones.
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Given that the compass is simply a magnetometer and could be detecting either real magnetic fields external to the phone or calibration errors/magnetic fields coming from inside the phone, how does Google Maps know how accurate/well-calibrated the compass is at any given instant?
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I've tried uninstalling and re-downloading, restarting my phone but nothing is working. The GPS is just off. I've had no luck finding resources online. Anyone else having issues? Do you have any advice for me?
Google maps compass won't calibrate
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