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According to BoardGameGeek and many other sources, the pieces do belong to Risk. BoardGameGeek : offer from Game Crafter LLC The numerals represent armies : I is 1 army, III is 3 armies, V is 5 armies, X is 10 armies. Rules for Risk 1980, from Hasbro


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Over the years, the "army" pieces in Risk have come in four main styles: Wooden cubes for a single army, and "oblong pieces" for ten armies, as descried in these 1959 instructions. Triangular / three-pointed plastic pieces for a single army, and five-pointed stars for ten armies, as featured in instructions from 1969, 1975 and 1990 The ...


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