Note: It is strongly recommended to read the page on Dieverse before reading this one. On another note, when talking about objects like DV-2s or DV-5s, a "2" is added in front of them when they are in a Diceverse, such as "2DV-5".
When two Diceverses come within a certain proximity of each other, the DV5s (6-sided red die in the center of them) will roll. If they roll the same number, they will join together into a Diceverse. The 21 universes surrounding each Dieverse will also come together, for a total of 42 universes surrounding the Diceverse. A Diceverse does have unique properties. If the two DV-5s do not roll the same number, the two Dieverses will repel each other and float elsewhere.
In a Diceverse, the Dieverses are not actually joined together. They are bonded together by a very small golden die (2DV-6). It is, with the exception of very special circumstances, indestructable. It provides a large amount of power to the Diceverse, but it must undergo heavy maintenance in order to ensure it does not malfunction. If the 2DV-6 does malfunction, the Diceverse will begin to spin at a rapid rate. The 2DV-6 will then disintegrate, causing the two Dieverses to seperate.
There seems to be new kinds of 2DV-3s, in addition to the ones that would be found on a single Dieverse. These new 2DV-3s are usually much stronger, and require more DV-2s to easily take out.
In the event of a catastrophic event due to failure to please the 2DV-5, both of the 2DV-5s will roll, with the number it rolls determining the severity of an event. The roll will be a number from 2 to 12. A roll of 2 to 7 will only affect the Diceverse, with a seven being a definite Verse-ending event. A roll of 8 to 12, though, is especially bad, as it will begin to actually effect other Verses. When such a high roll happens. A roll of 12 is enough to wipe out an entire Multiverse. Because of this, it is even more important to ensure that the 2DV-5s in the Diceverse are pleased. It should also be noted that if a catastrophic event happens, no matter the severity, the 2DV-6 WILL disintegrate, and the Diceverse will seperate into 2 different Dieverses. Again, this only happens if the Diceverse does not get destroyed by the catastrophic event.
In a Diceverse, the DV-5s must be cared for and fed on a tri-hourly basis.. However, each of the DV-5s are twice as demanding as they would be in a single Dieverse. On many Diceverses, a team of specially chosen 2DV-2s exists to ensure that a catastrophic event does not happen.
It has recently been discovered by researchers that the minds of the 2DV-5s, which have been found to be sentient, telepathically connect when a Diceverse is formed. The 2DV-5s can teleport 2DV-2s between the two Dieverses. This has been found to be a very useful method of transportation for 2DV-2s. However, lower 2DV-2s can still not enter higher 2DV-1s, so the teleportation method's usefulness is dependent on the class of the 2DV-2 that uses it.