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[[File:DiceBlockIslandTour.png|right|270px|A Dice Block From ''[[Mario Party: Island Tour]]''.]]
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|name = Dice Block
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|caption = A Dice Block from ''[[Super Mario Party]]''.
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|usage = To decide the order of players<br>To move forward with the said number of spaces.
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The '''Dice Block''' is an item that appeared in all ''[[Mario Party series|Mario Party]]'' games. By hitting the floating block above the player, he/she rolls the dice to allow him/her to move forward anywhere from one to ten spaces (up to twenty if a [[Mushroom]] is used, thirty if a [[Super Mushroom Capsule]] is used and five if a [[Cursed Mushroom Capsule]]/[[Slowgo Candy]] is used). Depending on which ''Mario Party'' game is played, the design changes.
 
The '''Dice Block''' is an item that appeared in all ''[[Mario Party series|Mario Party]]'' games. By hitting the floating block above the player, he/she rolls the dice to allow him/her to move forward anywhere from one to ten spaces (up to twenty if a [[Mushroom]] is used, thirty if a [[Super Mushroom Capsule]] is used and five if a [[Cursed Mushroom Capsule]]/[[Slowgo Candy]] is used). Depending on which ''Mario Party'' game is played, the design changes.
   
This item not only lets the player move forward, it also allows various other options such as deciding the order of play at the beginning of the game, breaking ties in minigames, and is sometimes used in some board events.
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== Description ==
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The Dice Block would allow any player to go forward the number of [[space]]s rolled. This item not only lets the player move forward, it also allows various other options such as deciding the order of play at the beginning of the game, breaking ties in minigames, and is sometimes used in some board events.
   
In ''Mario Party 8'', the Dice Block comes in four colors: blue, red, golden yellow and green.
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In ''Mario Party 8'', the Dice Block comes in four colors: blue, red, golden yellow and green. ''Super Mario Party ''introduces Character Dice Blocks that are unique to each playable character. 
   
==Color and Candy Effect in ''Mario Party 8''==
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=== Color and candy effect in ''Mario Party 8'' ===
   
 
* Blue with any candy - Normal with various effects but Roll Twice with [[Duelo Candy]] or [[Bowser Candy]] and thrice with [[Bullet Candy]]
 
* Blue with any candy - Normal with various effects but Roll Twice with [[Duelo Candy]] or [[Bowser Candy]] and thrice with [[Bullet Candy]]
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* Green with [[Slowgo Candy]] - Slows down & limits to 1-5
 
* Green with [[Slowgo Candy]] - Slows down & limits to 1-5
   
==Use==
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==== Controls ====
The Dice Block would allow any player to go forward the number of [[space]]s rolled.
 
 
===Controls===
 
 
In every ''Mario Party'' except for ''Mario Party 8'' and ''DS''. The Dice Block was activated by pressing 'A'. In ''Mario Party 8'', the Wii Remote needed to be thrust upward. In ''Mario Party DS'', the stylus was used. For ''[[Mario Party: Island Tour]]'', the stylus is used to throw the block to the screen.
 
In every ''Mario Party'' except for ''Mario Party 8'' and ''DS''. The Dice Block was activated by pressing 'A'. In ''Mario Party 8'', the Wii Remote needed to be thrust upward. In ''Mario Party DS'', the stylus was used. For ''[[Mario Party: Island Tour]]'', the stylus is used to throw the block to the screen.
   
==Upgrades==
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==== Upgrades ====
 
The Dice Block can be upgraded to different levels through the use of [[Candy]], [[Item]]s, [[Capsule]]s, or [[Orb]]s.
 
The Dice Block can be upgraded to different levels through the use of [[Candy]], [[Item]]s, [[Capsule]]s, or [[Orb]]s.
   
===With Two Dice Blocks===
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==== With Two Dice Blocks ====
 
* [[Mushroom]]
 
* [[Mushroom]]
 
* [[Mushroom Capsule]]
 
* [[Mushroom Capsule]]
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* [[Double Dice Set]]
 
* [[Double Dice Set]]
   
===With 3 Dice Blocks===
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==== With 3 Dice Blocks ====
 
* [[Super Mushroom Capsule]]
 
* [[Super Mushroom Capsule]]
 
* [[Super Mega Mushroom]]
 
* [[Super Mega Mushroom]]
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* [[Bullet Candy]]
 
* [[Bullet Candy]]
   
===Slow===
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==== Slow ====
 
* [[Slowgo Candy]]
 
* [[Slowgo Candy]]
 
* [[Slow 'Shroom Orb]]
 
* [[Slow 'Shroom Orb]]
   
===Reducing in half===
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==== Reducing in half ====
 
* [[Cursed Mushroom Capsule]]
 
* [[Cursed Mushroom Capsule]]
 
* [[Halfway Dice Block]]
 
* [[Halfway Dice Block]]
 
* [[Slowgo Candy]]
 
* [[Slowgo Candy]]
   
==Matching Coin Bonus==
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== Matching Coin Bonus ==
 
* With the [[Twice Candy]]/[[Double Dice Set]]/[[Mushroom Capsule]]/[[Mushroom Orb]]: Ten for any number except seven and thirty for a double seven
 
* With the [[Twice Candy]]/[[Double Dice Set]]/[[Mushroom Capsule]]/[[Mushroom Orb]]: Ten for any number except seven and thirty for a double seven
 
* With the [[Triple Dice Set]]: Twenty for any number except seven and fifty for a triple seven.
 
* With the [[Triple Dice Set]]: Twenty for any number except seven and fifty for a triple seven.
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[[fr:Bloc Dé]]
 
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==Gallery==
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== Gallery ==
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
 
DiceBlockMP1.png| ''[[Mario Party]]''
 
DiceBlockMP1.png| ''[[Mario Party]]''
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Dice Block (Mario Party 10).png|''[[Mario Party 10]]''
 
Dice Block (Mario Party 10).png|''[[Mario Party 10]]''
 
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{{MPNav}}
 
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[[Category:Mario Party: Island Tour]]
 
[[Category:Mario Party: Island Tour]]
 
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The Dice Block is an item that appeared in all Mario Party games. By hitting the floating block above the player, he/she rolls the dice to allow him/her to move forward anywhere from one to ten spaces (up to twenty if a Mushroom is used, thirty if a Super Mushroom Capsule is used and five if a Cursed Mushroom Capsule/Slowgo Candy is used). Depending on which Mario Party game is played, the design changes.

Description Edit

The Dice Block would allow any player to go forward the number of spaces rolled. This item not only lets the player move forward, it also allows various other options such as deciding the order of play at the beginning of the game, breaking ties in minigames, and is sometimes used in some board events.

In Mario Party 8, the Dice Block comes in four colors: blue, red, golden yellow and green. Super Mario Party introduces Character Dice Blocks that are unique to each playable character. 

Color and candy effect in Mario Party 8 Edit

Controls Edit

In every Mario Party except for Mario Party 8 and DS. The Dice Block was activated by pressing 'A'. In Mario Party 8, the Wii Remote needed to be thrust upward. In Mario Party DS, the stylus was used. For Mario Party: Island Tour, the stylus is used to throw the block to the screen.

Upgrades Edit

The Dice Block can be upgraded to different levels through the use of Candy, Items, Capsules, or Orbs.

With Two Dice Blocks Edit

With 3 Dice Blocks Edit

Slow Edit

Reducing in half Edit

Matching Coin Bonus Edit

Gallery Edit

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