The solution is Fudge dice. These six-sided three-dimensional randomizers have three symbols repeated twice and lend themselves to the random generation of alignments better than the original alignment dice themselves. [Fudge dice have six sides that are marked "+" on two sides, "-" on two sides, and left blank on two sides.] For one thing, they are not merely inked, they are incised, which means they last forever. For another thing, only a single Fudge die is necessary, since the "+" and "-" symbols can double as Lawful vs. Chaotic and Good vs. Evil.
For those who like charts, voila:
|1st dF||2nd dF|
Combined, we may generate the following results:
|+||Lawful Good||Lawful Neutral||Lawful Evil|
|0||Neutral Good||True Neutral||Neutral Evil|
|-||Chaotic Good||Chaotic Neutral||Chaotic Evil|
Incidentally, all alignment dice are Chaotic. Use them at your own risk.
[If you can't find Fudge dice at your favorite local game shop, they can be ordered direct from Grey Ghost Press, Inc. You can also advise your game shop that they can be ordered through Impressions Advertising.]
[What is Fudge? Learn more here.]
[Originally posted in Fudgery.net/fudgerylog on 7 April 2011.]