Made this for Jerry from Penny Arcade. It's delivered now, so we'll see if he likes it.
I call it a "SeptaCrypt" for lack of a better term. The three primary faces are written in a "language" I invented, or perhaps are encoded, or something. The bottom face holds a key for decryption (hopefully it's not too obvious), and the three tertiary faces are more decorative, with a dedication and the Tryop logo.
As far as I know, no one has ever figured out the message encoded on the three faces. If you do, let me know.
And, if you're not interested in decoding it yourself, I've written up a step by step Septacrypt decoding guide.
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