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Template:For Template:Object Dungeons, Dungeons, and More Dungeons is a fantasy role-playing board game created by Ballway Games. Its slogan is: "With pen and paper, shield and sword, our quest shall be our sweet reward!"

History

The board game makes its first appearance in "A Tale of Two Stans," during Ford Pines' flashback on how he came to Gravity Falls, Oregon.

The game is seen again during "Dungeons, Dungeons, and More Dungeons." Dipper buys the game, and after discovering his and Ford's mutual love for it, they both get carried away with it. Unfortunately, after Stan accidentally rolls the infinity sided die, the characters of the game are transported to Gravity Falls' dimension and Probabilitor the Annoying tries to eat Dipper and Ford's brains.

Game elements

How to play

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Characters

Items

  • Pen, pencil
  • Graph paper
  • Playing cards
  • A 38 sided die
  • Various shaped dice
  • Infinity sided dice (banned)[1]

Known spells

Known game editions

  • There are multiple editions of the game, but it is never specified how many. This is likely to replicate the fact that Dungeons & Dragons has had five editions over the many years of its existence. The editions stated in "Dungeons, Dungeons, and More Dungeons" are the:

Appearance

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The game comes in a blue box with the title written in large yellow font, except for the words "AND MORE," which are stacked on top of each other and written in a much smaller font in orange. On the cover of the box is Probabilitor the Annoying, Hot Elf on a unicorn, and a large ogre. Under that is an image of three people playing the game. On both the upper and lower sides of the box is written "BALLWAY GAMES" in white next to the symbol of the company.

Sightings

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Trivia

  • The game has been around for over thirty years.[2]
  • The game has its art style changed every few years.
  • As seen on the side of the box, the maker of the game is the company Ballway Games, the same company that made the pinball game Tumbleweed Terror.[3]
  • In the '90s, Ballway Games tried to make the game "cooler" by renaming it "Diggity Dungeons & All That." Probabilitor's name was also changed to Probabilitizzle and his clothes were remodeled into a '90s style look.
  • The 38 sided die doesn't actually have 38 sides; it has 20. This kind of die used in the game is an Icosahedron, which is a shape made of 20 equilateral triangles. A real 38 sided die would be made of multiple squares, regular hexagons, and irregular hexagons.
  • According to Ford, the board game uses a monetary system, "magical dwarf dollars."[1]
  • Although the Impossibeast is banned from being used in most editions, it can still be summoned in the controversial 1991-1992 edition.
    • It is the most powerful monster in the game, and can only be defeated with the roll of a 38 sided die landing a perfect 38. This means a player only has a 1-in-38 chance of defeating it.

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