If you don't know about Duel Monsters, that's okay. As long as you have your own deck, I'll fill you in. Which brings us to terms.
This will determine how many monsters you need to sacrifice to summon it.
5 & 6=One.
7 & 8=Two.
9 and above=Three.
Attack and Defense Points:
This is where it all factors in. Here is how it works in terms of attack. Oh right, also, there will be times where you are attacking a defense position monster.
If the attacking monster's attack is higher than the opponent's monster's attack, then subtract the difference from the opponent's Life Points.
If the attacking monster's attack is lower than the opponent's monster's attack, then subtract the difference from the attacking player's Life Points.
If the attacking monster's attack is higher than the opponent's monster's defense, then the monster is destroyed and the opponent takes no battle damage.
If the attacking monster's attack is lower than the opponent's monster's defense, then the attacking player's monster is sent to the Graveyard as well as the opponent's monster being face-up.
If the attacking monster's attack is equal to the opponent's defense position monster's defense, the opponent's monster is flipped to be face-up.
If the attacking monster's attack is equal to the opponent's attack position monster's attack, they are both sent to the Graveyard.
Flip Effects are activated only when you either flip summon a monster or it is destroyed by the opponent's monster.
Otherwise, have fun with those! They are so much fun to use. Especially how one time, I used my Level 2 Old Vindictive Magician's Flip Effect to destroy Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragon.
These are what you're trying to defend. Once one player's Life Points drop to zero, the other player is declared as the winner.
~All KW rules
~All cards are allowed
~If you want to join, just ask
~When we're ready to start I will post "It's time to d-d-d-d-d-duel!"
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