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Under what conditions are the Lego boardgame dice unfair, and by how much?
For Lego's board game line, they have moulded a Lego die, with a 2x2 stud pattern on each side. Obviously, weight distribution is going to be thrown off if you use a full studless plate on one side ...
Oct 29 '11 at 19:15
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