Anyone who has read my articles for any length of time knows that I'm not a huge fan of solo games that don't involve an electronic device. Long have I held the stance that board games are made for people to get together, have some fun and conversation, and really, the game is the centerpiece for a social gathering more than the sole purpose of just playing a game. So, when I recently traded for D-Day Dice in the Fortress: AT "Arms Trade", knowing that it was highly attuned to the frequency of solo gaming, I was a bit skeptical that I'd like it, but I kind of had to see what it was about. My thoughts boiled down to, "Killing Nazis and lots of dice? What could go wrong?" But let's get to the basics before I explain how I feel about the game.