Bakugan game rules

Bakugan game rules

The rules of Bakugan are really quite simple. They are easy to understand and easy to follow. Well, after all, Bakugan was created primarily for children. In order for them to play the game, the instructions of the entire game must be understood by them.

First, a space 2 ½ feet wide is needed to be the playing field. Each player sits facing each other and will have their left corners as a place for their “used pile” where the Bakugan and the cards they used will go after the battle. On the other side, the right corner will be the player’s “unused pile”. Each player will keep their own cards to themselves at the start, holding them in their hands or holding them face down in front of them.

We start the game by placing 2 Gate cards on the field, one from each player. From there, the main battle will begin. The general rule is that the younger player will go first when rolling their bakugan onto the playing field. He will choose one of his 3 Bakugan from his unused pile and roll it across the field onto the card. If the Bakugan ball misses the card, then the Bakugan will be moved straight to the used pile. Then it will be the next player’s turn. If the bakugan lands or stops on the card (it doesn’t need to be opened as it counts as standing up when it lands on the card), with no other bakugan still on the card, your turn is over and it’s your opponent’s turn to roll their bakugan onto the map.

When a Bakugan lands on a Gate card with a Bakugan already on it, the battle begins. In battle, pay attention to the Bakugan’s G-forces. Turn over the card and both players will follow the instructions on it. Each player can then play their ability cards to fight. Each player will play the abilities in turn. Players can either play their cards or pass. If both players pass, then it’s time for the battle to end. Both players will add (and in some cases subtract) the Gate card’s power boost to the Bakugans’ G-power. The Bakugan with the highest G-Power level wins the battle and the winning player receives the Gate card. In the event of a tie, the winning bakugan will be the one that fell first on the map.

After the battle, the bakugan and used cards will be moved to the used pile. To start a new battle, two new Gate cards will be placed on the playing field and the whole process is done again. This continues until one of the players gets 3 Gate cards. That player is declared the winner of the game.

There are cases where the Bakugan will land on a door card where there is already a Bakugan that belonged to the same player as the Bakugan that was just cast. In these cases, the recently thrown Bakugan will simply be moved to another card. If there is an opponent Bakugan on this card, then a battle will begin. However, if that card has another of the player’s Bakugan and there are no more Gate cards to move the new Bakugan onto, then the player wins that card.

Whatever happens, the goal doesn’t change. The first player to get 3 Gate cards wins. This is the Bakugan game and it’s so simple.

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