I think there’s a rule in Monopoly that says people have until the throw of the dice to remember to ask for money owed when someone lands on their house or hotel.
I think that’s a rule because I’ve seen family cheats roll the dice quickly, just to make a dice roll happen and thus prevent any calls for money. Yep, rules as written, not rules as intended, if indeed that’s the rules at all.
Of course, in traditional Monopoly, a super-powered alien warrior isn’t going to punch you in the face for being a jerk. I wonder how Dragon Ball Super Monopoly works. I’ve spotted it as a new addition to Truffle Shuffle, so, yeah, Dragon Ball Super Monopoly is a thing!
We actually have some clues from Truffle Shuffle. The 100% official Dragon Ball game isn’t that different from regular Monopoly. I’ve seen some pretty weird variants.
You’re not a shoe or a dog in this version but Goku, Piccolo, Gohan, Vegeta, Jiren, the Great Priest, Zen-Oh or someone like that.
Rather than Chance and Community, there are Gods and Warrior cards, and there are eight Universe Symbol tokens (not Dragon Balls).
What actually are the rules? The game is published by The Op, and they’ve published the instructions for free. Well, it’s a scan of the rulebook or something similar.
- Truffle Shuffle’s Dragon Ball Super Monopoly.
Leave your own remarks on this in the comment area at the bottom of this page.