Anime-Type Battle deck
|Anime-Type Battle deck|
|This is an unfinished deck. It is incomplete, and is not playable.|
|To play Dvorak: Draw five cards each and leave the rest as a draw pile. On your turn, draw a card from the draw pile and play one Thing and/or one Action. (See the full rules.)|
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All those flashing lights make me spew. Have your own Anime-Narutard-Dragonball-Final-Fantasy-Style fights. Give other players seizures and long-term brain damage!
For all you die-hard weeaboos out there, I hardly know shit about anime, so this is no doubt extremely unfair. To you I say STFU.
HP stands for hit points or health points. When something has less than 1 HP, it is destroyed. Y'know, like in every remotely RPG-style game ever? The first corner value for Things means HP.
MP stands for mana points or magic points. Each player starts with an amount of mana tokens I haven't decided on. Mana points are used for casting spells. The corner value of actions means MP cost.
Damage reduces the HP of its target.
Armour (or Armor as Americans call it, if anyone's that pissed off that I haven't recognised the fact Americans have an inexplicable fear of the letter "u"), is the amount of damage reduced from attacks. If armour is higher than attack value, the attack only does one damage.
You win when all the other players have lost. That is, when they have no major protagonists/antagonists left.
- Major Protagonists and Antagonists
Everyone gets a random major protagonist or antagonist at the beginning, which is immediately put into play.
- Protagonists and Antagonists
You may not have both protagonists and antagonists in play at the same time. Neutral characters can be under anyone's control.