How Dice WorkEdit
When attacking, players use 3 dice (or 2 or 1, depending on the number of troops in a battle) in a roll. Attackers lose draws, but have more of a chance winning a roll.
When defending, players get to use two dice (or one if there is only one troop in the battle) in a roll. Defenders always wins draws. For example, if red (attacking) rolled a 3 and blue (defending) rolled a 3, then blue would win, and red would lose a troop.
Different Types of DiceEdit
They are the dice found with most board games. They are numbered 1-6 and are the dice used primarily in all Risk games.
These dice only appear in special versions of Risk (For example, Star Wars Risk). They are numbered 1-8 and strategically give the advantage to the user.