Introduction: CARD WARS
card wars is a game from adventure time and iv all ways wonted to play it but i never was abel to get the cards so i got picks of the achal cards and mad a cheper veshn and its good
Step 1: Building
so lets get building so wat youl need is a printer.paper.pitza box.tape
Step 2: Cards
first youl need cards here ar the starter cards
Step 3: The Bord
petza box and pant it as shown
Step 4: Land Cards
print out the landscape and cutout. and play
Step 5: Rules
Bring creatures into play onto specific Landscape tiles. Fight every turn with your opponent’s creatures. Make it through their magical ranks of creatures and score 25 hits against your opponent to win. The loser is a dweeb, and the winner is a cool guy! draw 5 cards During your turn you take several steps in order until your turn is over. Then your opponent gets a shot. Do this on your turn…
Ready your cards (turn them back upright).Draw a card.You get two Actions. Spend those Actions to play cards! Cards cost a number of Actions. Some cost nothing (woo hoo!), others cost as much as two (yipe!). You can even spend one Action to draw a card.Do you want to Floop? You can turn some cards sideways and use their ability. That’s called Flooping. But Flooped cards can’t fight. You can actually Floop at any time during you turn. Just not right in the middle of a fight.Fight! Your characters fight your opponent’s characters in the same lane. Each does its Attack Value in damage to the other simultaneously. If any character’s damage equals its defense that creature is discarded. If in fact, there is no character in the same lane, then you damage your opponent – crushing them party-dance style!You’re done.That’s it! You must balance your available Actions – hoping to not get any lame cards and try your best to be a “Card Wars super Amadeus!” Hopefully the seas will align and the five winds will waft the smell of victory to your palace doors! o and print the counters of 1 per player AND COMETS MEAN A LOT TO ME :)
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