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The Rumbling Dice (ランブリングダイス) is an obstacle introduced in the Third Stage redesign in SASUKE 9. It is kind of like the Pipe Slider in a form of a box instead of a pipe. The competitor must hang from a metal box and roll it along a track to get to the other side, where there is a landing platform.

While it was more to drain strength for later in the stage, only two competitors have ever failed it:

In both cases, both competitors made it to the end but didn't get enough momentum and fell off the platform.

Starting in SASUKE 15, the height may have reached on the starting point without jumping, but it left the rail a little slippery, so the idling is noticeable.

It was replaced by the Arm Rings in SASUKE 16. It eventually returned in SASUKE 28 and removed in SASUKE 31 in favour of the introduction of Sidewinder R.

Lật xúc xắc (SASUKE Vietnam official name for Rumbling Dice) is the third obstacle on Stage 3. It was replaced by Pole Grasper and Hang Climb on Sasuke Vietnam 3.

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A drawing of the Rumbling Dice.

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Yamamoto Shingo attempting the Rumbling Dice in SASUKE 11

Competitors' Success Rate

  • All results based on the TBS broadcast and external information found
SASUKE Clears Attempts Percentage
9 3 4 75%
10 4 4 100%
11 7 7 100%
12 10 10 100%
13 5 5 100%
14 9 10 90%
15 6 6 100%
28 3 3 100%
29 4 4 100%
30 9 9 100%
Total 60 62 96.77%

American Ninja Warrior Appearances

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Joe Moravsky broke the Rumbling Dice during American Ninja Warrior 6's St. Louis finals.

The Rumbling Dice has appeared in 3 city finals courses on American Ninja Warrior. It appeared as the eighth obstacle in:

During St. Louis finals, Joe Moravsky became the first ever competitor to "break" the obstacle, pulling one side off the rail. However, he was able to complete it, thanks to the early dismount from the obstacle.

It returned re-modified as the eighth obstacle during Venice Beach finals of American Ninja Warrior 7. There were two dices instead of one. The first one weighs 30 lbs, and must make a 4 feet transition to the second one, which weighs 50 lbs. To avoid further happenings such as what happened to Joe Moravsky during St. Louis finals, there were wires attached to the side of each dice, which prevented them to pull the dices off the rail.

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