10 is a nice number. Most of the world’s math is in base 10 (OK, or binary, but that makes 10 different math bases, and we’ll just ignore the other one), we usually have 10 fingers, and volume dials go up to 10. Usually. There’s even this spiffy metric system of measurement that’s all about tens and powers of ten.
We even just recently passed $1000 in the Tinker Dice campaign, so we’re all about the metrics today.
Naturally, then, it’s time for another measurement system: Dice!
If feet, yards, hands and cubits can work, why not dice? They are sorta standardized. This, for example, is a 6.8D6 HXBT with a .8D6 head. It might take a practiced eye to really get familiar with this system, but I’m confident that gamers are up to the task.