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Lucidity: Six-Sided Nightmares
Players: 1 – 4 players | Game Duration 20 – 30 mins | Min. Age 14+ | Game complexity: EASY Genre: Dice, Horror Solo game mode: Yes | Co-op: No | Online Version: No How to Play Lucidity: Six-Sided Nightmares Guide

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Lucidity Six-sided Nightmares is a dice collection and manipulation game for 2-4 players. Less than a minute to learn and 20-30 minutes to play. You fall into the dream realm when you close your eyes: a world of vivid hallucinations and dark monsters. To break the monsters’ hold on you, you must draw power from the dream realm. You draw dice randomly from a shared bag each turn. These are your dreams. To represent your chosen path through the dream realm, return two to the bag and roll the rest. Then, you must choose if you want to rest (and clear your card of one or two dreams) or try again and go deeper this time – rolling more dice each time. To win, you must roll 15 power symbols – freeing yourself from the dream world. You may become twisted and turned by the monsters if you collect too many of the wrong symbols. Your game will completely change if you become a Nightmare. If you want to win, you must consume the dreams of the remaining Dreamers, or send minions after them to prevent them from becoming more powerful than you. The strongest Nightmare wins if no one escapes. You cannot win without dreams. Without control, however, you may end up becoming the very thing you fear.

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