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Dr. Steve Brule
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Hi! I'm Doctor Steve Brule with another episode of Brule's Rules

Do you really like Magic Labyrinth, but you're bummed that there are only two example wall setups in the instructions and it hurts your brain to keep coming up with random configurations? Well, just buy a thirty-sided die! Here's what you do: After you figure out how many walls you want to put in the maze, put an equal number of the magic symbol chips into the bag, shake it up, and pour 'em out. Now separate your walls into two piles, one with a number equal to the face-up chips, and the other pile equal to the number of black-sided chips. And here's where things get really magical! For each wall in the first pile, roll the thirty-sided die, then look at all of the vertical slits in the labyrinth grid that you could put each wall in and count them out from left to right, top to bottom, and that's there you insert each wall! Then rotate the grid 90° and do the same thing with the second pile, and voilà, you've got a random wall setup! You can buy a thirty-sided die at Why didn't you think of that, ya dingus?

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