Cursed Dice Block

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Cursed Dice Block
Artwork of a Cursed Dice Block in Mario Party Superstars
First appearance Mario Party: Star Rush (2016)
Latest appearance Mario Party Superstars (2021)
Effect Adds 0, 0, -1, -1, -1, -1 to the team's roll (Mario Party: Star Rush)
Allows the player to only roll from 1 to 3 (Mario Party Superstars)
Cursed Dice Block from Mario Party: Star Rush

The Cursed Dice Block is a special Dice Block appearing in World 2-2 and World 2-3 of Mario Party: Star Rush. Here, it comes from obtaining a false duplicate of a character on the map in Toad Scramble, which is actually a Peepa in disguise. The Peepa then curses the party with a Dice Block that either does nothing (0) or subtracts (-1) from the player's total roll. The Peepa cannot be selected, and it eventually disappears after a set period of time.

The Cursed Dice Block returns in Mario Party Superstars as an item. In this game, it functions similarly to the Poison Mushroom from Mario Party 3. When used, the player is allowed to choose a single player as their target (including themself). The target of the Cursed Dice Block has their potential roll reduced to 1 to 3 the next time they roll the Dice Block. This effect can be canceled by using a Mushroom, Double Dice, Triple Dice, or Custom Dice Block. On Yoshi's Tropical Island and Peach's Birthday Cake, Bowser will sometimes sell a Cursed Dice Block to any player that passes him at a price much higher than the price of 3 coins it sells for at the shop.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Dutch Vervloekt dobbelblok Cursed dice block
Italian Dado maledetto Cursed Dice
Portuguese Dado amaldiçoado Cursed Dice
Russian Кубик проклятия
Kubik proklyatiya
Curse Dice
Spanish Dado malvado Evil Dice