This is to provide modellers who want to design a d20 (20-sided die) in 3D Studio with correctily oriented numbers. As the build-in 'Normal align' tool didn't give good results, the numbers have been painstakingly placed and oriented individually after calculating the correct geometric values 'by hand'. Numbers are still 'text' objects, so you can change the font (its 'Bookman old style' now) and size to your liking. Opposing numbers add to 21 and a number is never placed on a neighboring face of its successor or predecessor. The biggest diameter of the die (= the radius of the initial GeoSphere) lies in the z axis and is 1.902 units, which means that one edge is 1 unit long. A 'normal' d20 used in role playing games has a biggest diameter of 22mm. When using the numbers it is suggested you design the corpus of the die to your liking, add the numbers, choose a font for them, group them and scale them to fit your die, extrude them to get a 3D shape, and then add or subrtract them to your die with a boolean operation.