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Screenhog Teaches Penguins How To Play Card Jitsu Fire

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Well apparently, some penguins are having trouble playing Fire Card Jitsu. Here's how to play:


General Stuff:

  • There are practice mats for 2,3,and 4 players. .You can play with friends there.
  • If you talk to Sensei and pick the "Earn your Fire Suit" option, he'll set up a match. You can get more experiance points if you do this.
  • You can enter new offline trading card codes and you'll get cards added to your online deck. You won't see animations in the Card-Jitsu Fire game, but you can see them if you're playing the original Card Jitsu game.

How to Play:

  • On your turn, select the stones that determines the spaces you move, choose your tile (you have 2 options), and then you'll pick your card to determine the outcome of the round.
  • If you land on one of these card-jitsu-fire-symbol - choose a card. The highest number wins. If you don't have the element, you cannot win that round.

  • If you end up with this symbol, card-jitsu-fire-symbol1 or if you land on the same spot as an opponent, you're going yo have a Card-Jitsu battle - the elements determine the winner (water beats fire,etc. as in the original Card-Jitsu).
  • If you end up on this symbol, card-jitsu-fire-symbol2 you get to choose which of the three elements you'd like to play!
  • If you're playing and someone quits, you get the experience points. If you quit, however, you don't get any.


So I know that I posted this stuff in the last post. It's just a reminder. Anyway... this Friday is the great Snow Maze!! I can't wait (although with all of this Card-Jitsu excitment, I did forget :-)!! LOL!



#1 John 2009-11-26 02:59
Thank you! You often write very interesting articles. You improved my mood.

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