Albert Lamorisse

Also asked, how many armies do you get in risk?

Select a color and, depending on the number of players, count out the "armies" you'll need to start the game. If 3 are playing, each player counts out

**35**Infantry. If 4 are playing, each player counts out**30**Infantry.How much is risk factions?

**$9.99**.

About This Game.

Wage war with five factions, each with unique abilities, in the original game of strategy and world domination!

How do you win risk?

**Method 2**

**Dealing with Your Opponents**

- Count your opponents' armies at the end of each turn.
- Block opponent territories within your own territories.
- Nail neighboring contents to prevent them from becoming too powerful.
- Form an alliance with a player of equivalent strength.
- Try to earn your fellow players' trust.

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## What is risk legacy?

A decision you make in Game 1 could come back to haunt you in Game 10. The risks you take in

**Risk Legacy**are not like those in any other board game. You and the other players will shape how your world evolves: its history, its cities, even its factions and how they fight. Cards and stickers will come into play.2

## What is the goal of Yahtzee?

The

**goal of Yahtzee**is to get as many points as possible by rolling combinations of five dice. You can roll up to three times, possibly choosing to just roll some of the dice each time. After you roll, you choose which slot to use based on the combination rolled.3

## Can you use a Yahtzee for a full house?

Scoring is the same as normal except that, if the Upper Section box corresponding to the

**Yahtzee**has been**used**, the**Full House**, Small Straight and Large Straight categories**can**be**used**to score 25, 30 or 40 (respectively) even though the dice do not meet the normal requirement for those categories.4

## What is a Yahtzee in Yahtzee?

A

**Yahtzee**is a 5 of a Kind (i.e. all the die faces are the same), and it scores 50 points. If you roll more than one**Yahtzee**in a single game, you will earn a 100 point bonus for each additional**Yahtzee**roll, provided that you have already scored a 50 in the**Yahtzee**category.5

## How many rolls does it take to get a Yahtzee?

There are five dice, so whatever the first die rolls there is a 1/6 chance that the second die is the same number. If that occurs, there's a 1/6 chance that the third die is the same, ditto the fourth and the fifth. So probability of Yahztee in

**one roll**is 1/6 x 1/6 x 1/6 x 1/6 = 1/1296.6

## What is the highest score you can get on Yahtzee?

Since

**you**only**get**13 rolls in a game (see the rules, not all players realise that additional yatzee's don't give**you**extra rolls) the high**score**ever**possible**is 1575 = 13**yahtzee's**including all full**scores**in all other boxes.7

## What is the highest recorded Yahtzee score?

What is a perfect score in Yahtzee?

Category | Score |
---|---|

Base score | 245 or 270 |

Bonus for scoring >= 63 in ONES through SIXES | 35 |

Bonus for scoring twelve additional YAHTZEEs after scoring 50 in YAHTZEE | 1200 |

Total | 1480 or 1505 |

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## What is the average score in Yahtzee?

The average score in a game of Yahtzee is about 250, assuming you

**don**'t get a Yahtzee. If you get a Yahtzee, the average score is anywhere from 270-320, depending on whether you get the top bonus.9

## What are the odds of getting a Yahtzee in one roll?

The probability of rolling five of a kind of any other number is also 1/7776. Since there are a total of six different numbers on a die, we multiply the above probability by 6. This means that the probability of a Yahtzee on the first roll is 6 x 1/7776 =

**1/1296**= 0.08%.10

## When was Yahtzee created?

Yahtzee was invented by a wealthy Canadian couple to play aboard their yacht. In

**1956**, the couple approached businessman Edwin S. Lowe, who had made a fortune selling Bingo games in the 1920s, who bought the rights and eventually changed the name of the "yacht game" to "Yahtzee."11

## Who created the game sorry?

It was subsequently sold in the UK by

**Waddingtons**, the**British**games manufacturer who sold it from 1934. In the United States, U.S. Patent 1,903,661 was filed for Sorry! on Aug 4, 1930 by**William Henry Storey**. A Canadian patent followed in 1932.12

## Who invented the dice?

In 400

**BC**, the**Greek**poet Sophocles claimed that dice was invented by the**Greeks**; this has yet to be proven. There is evidence of dice in**Egyptian**tombs dating as far back as 2,000**BC**, but, thanks to archaeological digs, we are able to place them back even further to 6,000**BC**.13

## Are dice called bones?

“Why

**are dice called bones**?” you ask. The Greeks and Romans made**dice**from sheep anklebones, and the name stuck. The spots on**dice**are**called**“pips,” we answer.14

## What do you call a 20 sided die?

The term regular indicates that the faces and vertex figures are regular polygons, e.g., to distinguish the regular dodecahedron (which is a Platonic solid) from the many dodecahedra. Similarly, icosi-, meaning

**20**, is used in the**20**-**sided**icosahedron, illustrated at right.15

## What is the name of a 1000 sided shape?

In geometry, a chiliagon (/ˈk?li?g?n/) or

**1000**-gon is a**polygon**with**1000 sides**.16

## What do you call a shape with 20 sides?

A

**20**-**sided polygon**is**called**an icosagon. Similarly, a**20**-**sided**3D**shape**is an icosahedron.17

## What do you call a shape with 100 sides?

Polygons are named after the number of

**sides**that**they**have. A**100**-sided**polygon**is**called**a hectogon. Take the hundreds digit, find it on the column for ones digits, then stick a "hecta" to its right. Now number off the tens and ones like above: (hundreds)hecta(tens)kai(ones)gon .18

## What is the name of a shape with 23 sides?

line

number of sides | name of polygon |
---|---|

20 | icosagon |

21 | icosikaihenagon or henicosagon |

22 | icosikaidigon or docosagon |

23 | icosikaitrigon or tricosagon |