Rolling dice is a common way to determine a random number. In most cases, six-sided dice are used for this purpose. Though the exact origins of the die are unknown, it is believed to have been popularized in ancient Greece (they were called Astragals in ancient Greece and were made of little animal bones with 4 sides) and later spread to other countries and civilizations. The first use of dice as we would recognize them today was documented in Egyptian tombs dating back to 3000 B.C.
Dice rolling is a tradition in board games, such as Monopoly, Risk, as well as Dungeons and Dragons. It's also a popular activity among most people with siblings or friends during get-togethers. Dice rolling is a fun way to pass time and test your luck for a chance of winning.