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The Impossibeast is a creature from the 1991-1992 edition of the board game Dungeons, Dungeons, and More Dungeons.[1] It is the most powerful creature from the game, and has been banned from it as a result.[1]


In "Dungeons, Dungeons, and More Dungeons," Probabilitor the Annoying sends Dipper and Ford Pines within a real life version of Dungeons, Dungeons, and More Dungeons, where Mabel and Stan have to control them as if they are game pieces. After they survive the Ogrenado, Probablitor reveals that they're playing the "controversial 1991-1992 edition," which contains the Impossibeast; a nearly impossible to defeat enemy. The only way to defeat this creature is by rolling a perfect 38, which Stan successfully does by sticking gum to the opposite side of the die. By rolling the number correctly, Mabel and Stan are able to summon "death muffins" into the game, which Dipper and Ford throw into the Impossibeast's mouth, resulting in its explosive demise.


The Impossibeast is a terrifying creature made up of four legs, two arms and tongues, with a second mouth inside of its main one. It has one eye and six horns jutting out of the top of its head, and two bat-like wings attached to its back.


"You don't understand. This is the most powerful monster in the game! He can only be defeated by rolling a perfect 38! But the odds of that are..."
—Ford Pines[source]


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Dungeons, Dungeons, and More Dungeons." Matt Chapman, Josh Weinstein, Alex Hirsch (writers) & Stephen Sandoval (director). Disney XD. August 3, 2015. No. 13, season 2.

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