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The Zorro Dice Game Board Game Review

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23 Oct 2019 01:00 #302700 by WadeMonnig
Of course, the origin of Zorro predates any modern superhero...

The story may sound familiar to you: A rich high society member wears an black mask and cape and uses his physical prowess to best those who menace the common man. He is known for his trademark symbol, had a hidden cave where he hides his mode of transportation, and takes his name from an animal. That's right...it's Fox Man...err...the Fox a.k.a. Zorro.

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23 Oct 2019 10:21 #302701 by ubarose
Maybe it would be better as a drinking game?

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23 Oct 2019 12:12 #302704 by WadeMonnig

ubarose wrote: Maybe it would be better as a drinking game?

You could try using the custom dice as ice in your drink but the small size would probably make them a choking hazard.
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