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Quarriors Dice Building Game

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  • Featuring an impressive 130 custom dice, over 50 creature/spell cards, and a new, fast paced, style of gaming we like to call "Dice Building"
  • The game is fast, easy to learn, and will appeal to both the casual gamer and the intense strategy gamer
  • For 1-4 players
  • Takes about 30 minutes to play
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  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 12 x 3 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004U5RD1A
  • Item model number: WZK 70234
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 13 - 17 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,848 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
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Product Description

As a Quarrior - a mighty, mystical warrior - only you have the power to capture dangerous quarry from the untamed wilds! You must conjure the mysterious powers of Quiddity, cast powerful spells, and summon your creatures to battle if you hope to overcome your rivals and earn your rightful place as the champion of the Empress! In this game of "Uber Strategic Hexahedron Monster Combat Mayhem," players compete to capture the most powerful Spells and Creatures (in the form of dice!) from the Wilds and add them to their collection. Players then roll their powerful cubes and summon them into play to battle each of their opponent's forces. Strategy is key in assembling a force that you can roll to victory! Each Quarriors Game comes with 130 Custom Dice and 53 Power Cards, a Score Tracker and four Dice Bags, all stored in a collectible tin box.

From the Manufacturer

As a Quarrior - a mighty, mystical warrior - only you have the power to capture dangerous quarry from the untamed wilds. You must conjure the mysterious powers of Quiddity, cast powerful spells, and summon your creatures to battle if you hope to overcome your rivals and earn your rightful place as the champion of the Empress. In this game of "Uber Strategic Hexahedron Monster Combat Mayhem," players compete to capture the most powerful Spells and Creatures (in the form of dice.) from the Wilds and add them to their collection. Players then roll their powerful cubes and summon them into play to battle each of their opponent's forces. Strategy is key in assembling a force that you can roll to victory. Each Quarriors Game comes with 130 Custom Dice and 53 Power Cards, a Score Tracker and four Dice Bags, all stored in a collectible tin box.

Customer Reviews

The dice are really high quality, and the art on the cards is as well.
Jamie Wilson
You race to get the best dice and try to gain as many "glory" points as you can before everyone else.
collegegirl2010
No play is the same which makes this game lots of fun to play over and over.
WuTrain78

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By mr sachmo on August 8, 2011
I played this at gencon for the first time, and i really enjoy it. this is not a collectable game, but will likely spawn multiple expansions.

The game is made for 2-4 players. One of the designers was at gencon, and he told me that he preferred to play with 2, but the testers seemed to prefer 4. We played with 4 at the demo.

there are 3 basics card lined up on the top row, which serve as resources.
next there are 3 spell cards in a row.
finally, there are 7 creature cards lines up below the basics and spells.
next to each spell and creature card are five dice. these dice can be purchased by the players to add to their "quarry dice".

On each players turn, they place their dice in a quarry bag, shake them up and draw out six. At the start of the game, each player has 8 quiddity dice and 4 assistant dice. These 12 dice are two of the three basic resources in the game, and are used to buy creatures and spells.
The player rolls these six dice, and can use the resulting dice to buy creatures or spells on the board. Each spell or creature has a different power listed on it's card, which affects gameplay in different ways.
The creatures and spells are used to attack the other players in the game and to score glory points. the object of the game is to earn a target number of glory points.

The game was fun, enough so that a demo convinced me to shell out $50 for it. It plays quickly, but the rules are easy to understand and logical. it is similar to dominion in ways, but simpler, i believe.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By WuTrain78 on September 29, 2011
Quarriors is a superb game. I am a huge board game geek, but I'm not good at sitting through those 3 hour games. But quarriors is the exact opposite. It is quick paced and changes every play. No play is the same which makes this game lots of fun to play over and over. I've owned this game for about a month and my friends and I have probably played it 10 different times and we still love it. Quarriors adds an aspect of luck that just can't be provided by deck building games. Absolutely fantastic. I can't wait til the expansion comes out
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By MacB on February 12, 2012
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Normally I'm the type of person that likes to win based on skill not a roll of the dice which would in the logical world make Quarriors a game I shouldn't like at all as there is considerable chance in this game. I love this game and so does my wife. The game does allow for a variety of strategies to be played, but the crux is, anyone with a good string of dice rolls can beat most any strategy. It allows me to play as hard as I can and get some satisfaction out of trying strategies, while at the same time not discouraging the rest of my family from playing because they also feel they have the possibility of winning.

My wife was the one last night who wanted to play one more game which surprised me as I'm more of the board game person in the family trying to convince her to play. The game is quite addicting. Rolling the dice and optimizing your dice bag is a really fun dynamic. Also, because of the variety of cards each game can provide a completely different set of options. My wife and I like checking out the new cards that are drawn each time we play because it makes a big difference what is drawn. You might get a game with a lot of cheap monsters in spells, and then the next game more expensive monsters are drawn and so forth. The differences in which cards are drawn can change your strategy completely.

I will add a couple of things my wife and I learned that may be helpful for those who want the strategy part of the game to play a bit larger roll (pun) in the results.

First, the Demon expansion adds some nice options to the game and another layer of strategy that makes it a lot easier to counter what your opponent is doing.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Chris Anglin on May 30, 2012
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Quarriors is a "Dicebuilding" game (much like a deckbuiling game, but with dice) in which players summon up monsters to achieve the most glory and win the day.

It is a player vs. player type of game so you won't be working together for the common good in Quarriors, but the way the game plays the combat doesn't feel mean spirited so no one I've play with has gotten their feelings hurt or bent out of shape. At the start of every turn you total the attack power of all the monsters you have summoned and they attack EVERY player with that total. The player defends with their own so the challenge comes in getting your monsters to survive a whole round in which they'll be scored, gaining glory and moving up your piece on the Glory track.

The presentation on this game is top notch. The game comes in an unusual cube tin that looks just like the game's most powerful monster, the might Quake Dragon. It has tons (TONS!) of multicolored dice that represent the monsters, spells and quiddity (the buy resource) that you'll be using throughout the game. One problem I encountered is that some of the paint was occasionaly hard to read on a few of the dice, it may have been smudged or not painted all the way making the tiny 2 look like a 1 or something like that. Definitely nothing too hard to get past and the expansions seem to have fixed that issue. The cards in this game have great art and a mostly used to act as place holders for the "Wilds" where all Quarriors summon their monsters and spells from. The game also has four differently colored dice bags and wooden cubes so everyone knows which Quarrior is who. If you are an average sized adult you won't quite be able to put your whole hand in the dice bag, but this too isn't a deal breaker.
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