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Dragon Dice: The Undead

If you want a bit longer tale of what Dragon Dice is, go back and read my previous review from last year. In short, Dragon Dice was the first collectible dice game, originally released in the mid-90’s by TSR before the company was bought out by Wizards of the Coast. WotC eventually mothballed the game and the newly formed SFR Inc. purchased the rights and the remaining stock that was destined for the dump. Flash forward to now.  Dragon Dice is still rolling (pun intended) and have just re-released kicker packs of their classic Undead race.

Most races in Dragon Dice are composed of two colours, representing various magical elements...

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Dragon Dice


Flashback to the mid 1990s:  Magic: The Gathering was in it’s infancy, and the concept of Collectible Card Games had boomed, largely busted, and was rebuilding. Toy Story was about to revolutionize computer animation.  The internet was generally accessed by slow, external, dialup modems. It was basically the stone age.

It was into this world that TSR introduced the Collectible Dice Game known as Dragon Dice, to some degree of critical acclaim. By the dawn of the new millennium TSR had been purchased by Wizards of the Coast, who eventually mothballed the game.  Enter the newly founded SFR Inc who purchased the rights to Dragon Dice, and continues to produce it today.

As previously mentioned, Dragon Dice is a Collectable Dice Game in which a player creates an army out of a selection of...

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