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* StoneWall: Defender of the Pale, whose attack will only sometimes barely defeat the basic Assistant dice, but have high Defense. The Questing Wizard is surprisingly bulky, as well.

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* StoneWall: Defender of the Pale, whose attack will only sometimes barely defeat the basic Assistant dice, but have high Defense. The Questing Wizard is surprisingly bulky, as well.well.
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* MagicMisfire: Downplayed. All spells have a decent change of producing a failure. However, a failed spell still produces Quiddity that can be used to acquire more spells and creatures.

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* MagicMisfire: Downplayed. All spells have a decent change chance of producing a failure. However, a failed spell still produces Quiddity that can be used to acquire more spells and creatures.creatures.
* OneHitKill: The Death spell has a 1/3 change of allowing the player to instantly kill any monster level 2 or lower, and has a 1/6 chance of allowing the player to kill any monster of any level.



* StoneWall: Defender of the Pale, whose attack will only sometimes barely defeat the basic Assistant dice, but have high Defense.

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* StoneWall: Defender of the Pale, whose attack will only sometimes barely defeat the basic Assistant dice, but have high Defense. The Questing Wizard is surprisingly bulky, as well.


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---This game received four expansions throughout its life cycle, plus one standalone installment that could also be used as an expansion for the original. The game was then succeeded by ''Dice Masters'', which is both a DeckbuildingGame and a CollectibleCardGame.



* TheCorruption: Corrupted Quiddity, a basic card introduced in ''Rise of the Demons.'' They serve as wasted space in a player's dice bag. Many of the creatures from the base set also had corrupted variants, that could force a player to take Corrupted quiddity dice.



* FragileSpeedster: Scavinging Goblins are easy to summon creatures that provide positive effects when summoned, but are overall rather weak.



* StoneWall: Defender of the Pale, whose attack will only sometimes barely defeat the basic Assistant dice, but have high Defense.
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* StoneWall: Defender of the Pale, whose attack will only sometimes barely defeat the basic Assistant dice, but have high Defense.
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Defense.


* StoneWall: Defender of the Pale, whose attack will only barely defeat the basic Assistant dice, but have high Defense.

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* StoneWall: Defender of the Pale, whose attack will only sometimes barely defeat the basic Assistant dice, but have high Defense.


* DefendCommand: Mighty Witching Hag has the ability to reduce the attack of opposing creatures whose attack is greater than 3.



* StarterEquipment: Each player starts with 8 Basic Quiddity dice, and 4 Assistant Dice.
* StarterMon: The Assistants. Versatile, but weak.

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* LuckManipulationMechanic: Some dice allow you to reroll a die if it lands on a Reroll face. They usually have an added effect on top of this.
* StarterEquipment: Each player starts with 8 Basic Quiddity dice, and 4 Assistant Dice.
Dice.
* StarterMon: The Assistants. Versatile, but weak.weak.
* StoneWall: Defender of the Pale, whose attack will only barely defeat the basic Assistant dice, but have high Defense.
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Players start with 8 Basic Quiddity Dice that only produce marginal amounts of Quiddity and 4 Assistant Dice that can produce quiddity, but is also capable of allowing a reroll of another die, or being a summonable creature. Players use Quiddity to summon summon Creatures that they have rolled to their Ready Area, where they will attack opponent's opposing Creatures in an attempt to defeat them. Quiddity is also used to to purchase Dice from the "Wilds", which can be Spells, more summonable Creatures, or basic Die (which are always the same every game, more Assistants or Portal Dice).

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Players start with 8 Basic Quiddity Dice that only produce marginal amounts of Quiddity and 4 Assistant Dice that can produce quiddity, Quiddity, but is also capable of allowing a reroll of another die, or being a summonable creature. Players use Quiddity to summon summon Creatures that they have rolled to their Ready Area, where they will attack opponent's opposing Creatures in an attempt to defeat them. Quiddity is also used to to purchase Dice from the "Wilds", which can be Spells, more summonable Creatures, or basic Die Basic Dice (which are always the same every game, more Assistants or Portal Dice).


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* MagicMisfire: Downplayed. All spells have a decent change of producing a failure. However, a failed spell still produces Quiddity that can be used to acquire more spells and creatures.


* StarterEquipment: Each player starts with 8 Basic Quiddity dice, and 4 Assistant Dice.

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* AttackAttackAttack: Creatures that have been sent to the Ready area always attack ''all'' opponents.
* StarterEquipment: Each player starts with 8 Basic Quiddity dice, and 4 Assistant Dice.Dice.
* StarterMon: The Assistants. Versatile, but weak.


Readied creatures will, on their players' turn, use their attack values to try to overcome their opponents' creatures defense values, to defeat them to deny the opponent Glory. On opponents' turns, the opponents' creatures will attack likewise. If A player's creatures survive to the beginning of the player's next turn, the monster is Scored, and leaves the Ready Area, their job complete. The first player to a set number of Glory Points wins.

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Readied creatures will, on their players' turn, use their attack values to try to overcome their opponents' creatures defense values, to defeat them to deny the opponent Glory. On opponents' turns, the opponents' creatures will attack likewise. If A player's creatures survive to the beginning of the player's next turn, the monster is Scored, and leaves the Ready Area, their job complete. The first player to a set number of Glory Points wins.wins.

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* StarterEquipment: Each player starts with 8 Basic Quiddity dice, and 4 Assistant Dice.


''Quarriors!'' is a 2011 DeckbuildingGame designed by [=WizKids=]. Instead of building buying Cards to build a Deck, players buy Dice to add to a Dice Bag. Players play the role of the titular Quarriors, as they gain spells and capture creatures from the Wilds, which is the central pile of cards with dice that acts as the market of purchasable Dice. The goal of the game it to become Champion via gaining Glory points. Glory points are primarily gained by readying Creatures for battle and having them survive until your next turn.

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''Quarriors!'' is a 2011 DeckbuildingGame designed by [=WizKids=]. Instead of building buying Cards to build a Deck, players buy Dice to add to a Dice Bag. Players play the role of the titular Quarriors, as they gain spells and capture creatures from the Wilds, which is the central pile of cards with dice that acts as the market of purchasable Dice. The goal of the game it to become Champion via gaining Glory points. Glory points are primarily gained by readying Creatures for battle and having them survive until your next turn.turn.

Players start with 8 Basic Quiddity Dice that only produce marginal amounts of Quiddity and 4 Assistant Dice that can produce quiddity, but is also capable of allowing a reroll of another die, or being a summonable creature. Players use Quiddity to summon summon Creatures that they have rolled to their Ready Area, where they will attack opponent's opposing Creatures in an attempt to defeat them. Quiddity is also used to to purchase Dice from the "Wilds", which can be Spells, more summonable Creatures, or basic Die (which are always the same every game, more Assistants or Portal Dice).

Readied creatures will, on their players' turn, use their attack values to try to overcome their opponents' creatures defense values, to defeat them to deny the opponent Glory. On opponents' turns, the opponents' creatures will attack likewise. If A player's creatures survive to the beginning of the player's next turn, the monster is Scored, and leaves the Ready Area, their job complete. The first player to a set number of Glory Points wins.


''Quarriors!'' is a 2011 DeckbuildingGame designed by [[WizKids]]. Instead of building buying Cards to build a Deck, players buy Dice to add to a Dice Bag. Players play the role of the titular Quarriors, as they gain spells and capture creatures from the Wilds, which is the central pile of cards with dice that acts as the market of purchasable Dice. The goal of the game it to become Champion via gaining Glory points. Glory points are primarily gained by readying Creatures for battle and having them survive until your next turn.

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''Quarriors!'' is a 2011 DeckbuildingGame designed by [[WizKids]].[=WizKids=]. Instead of building buying Cards to build a Deck, players buy Dice to add to a Dice Bag. Players play the role of the titular Quarriors, as they gain spells and capture creatures from the Wilds, which is the central pile of cards with dice that acts as the market of purchasable Dice. The goal of the game it to become Champion via gaining Glory points. Glory points are primarily gained by readying Creatures for battle and having them survive until your next turn.


''Quarriors!'' is a 2011 DeckbuildingGame designed by WizKids. Instead of building buying Cards to build a Deck, players buy Dice to add to a Dice Bag. Players play the role of the titular Quarriors, as they gain spells and capture creatures from the Wilds, which is the central pile of cards with dice that acts as the market of purchasable Dice. The goal of the game it to become Champion via gaining Glory points. Glory points are primarily gained by readying Creatures for battle and having them survive until your next turn.

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''Quarriors!'' is a 2011 DeckbuildingGame designed by WizKids.[[WizKids]]. Instead of building buying Cards to build a Deck, players buy Dice to add to a Dice Bag. Players play the role of the titular Quarriors, as they gain spells and capture creatures from the Wilds, which is the central pile of cards with dice that acts as the market of purchasable Dice. The goal of the game it to become Champion via gaining Glory points. Glory points are primarily gained by readying Creatures for battle and having them survive until your next turn.

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''Quarriors!'' is a 2011 DeckbuildingGame designed by WizKids. Instead of building buying Cards to build a Deck, players buy Dice to add to a Dice Bag. Players play the role of the titular Quarriors, as they gain spells and capture creatures from the Wilds, which is the central pile of cards with dice that acts as the market of purchasable Dice. The goal of the game it to become Champion via gaining Glory points. Glory points are primarily gained by readying Creatures for battle and having them survive until your next turn.

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