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A red 20-sided die, with white markings for numbers.


Upon activation all pickups in the room (bombs, coins, hearts, keys, pills, tarot cards, trinkets, and chests) will randomly change into another pickup item, even un-detonated troll bombs. The D20 can even help in combat as it will turn War's troll bombs into many pick-ups.

This item, unlike The Dice, is not able to re-roll collectibles, nor can it re-roll any items available in a Shop which have not yet been purchased.


  • Any item able to spawn a sufficient amount of pickups to transform, such as Pageant Boy or the IV Bag.
  • The Habit can be used to abuse the Blood Donation Machine inside Arcade rooms along with the D20 to re-roll large amounts of coins and other potentially unwanted items. With a sufficient number of pickups on the screen enough hearts should be created to make up any lost health, and pickups re-rolled into chests can dramatically increase the number of available pickups to re-roll.


  • The D20 is also effective if used quickly with the bombs from the Anarchist's Cookbook or XVI The Tower, as they are also changed into other pickups.
  • There is a hard limit of pickups that the D20 will re-roll in a single use (around 30).
  • If D20 is used right after a coin is collected, the coin (with disappearing animation) will be also rerolled, so you can get both.
  • Unlike the D6, the D20 cannot re-roll pickups that are for sale at the shop unless they have already been purchased without being picked up.
  • The D20 is sometimes able to re-roll the remains of opened Chests, though only if any Collectable Items inside have been removed. This effect will not always work for unknown reasons.
  • If Bum Friend is moving towards a coin and you reroll it with the D20, Bum Friend will disappear for that room.
  • The D20 can be used inside Curse Rooms to spawn red chests at a higher frequency.


  • Re Rolling lots of pickups over and over again in the same room (through the use of items such as the Habit and Scapular) will eventually cause the game to crash.


  • This item is most likely be a reference to Dungeons & Dragons, a popular tabletop role-playing game which uses a 20-sided dice.