HOW TO PLAY CHAOTIC
We have been getting many questions about how to play the game. Well Chaotic has provided the below quick guide to playing chaotic. If the image does not appear, we have provided the text of the graphic below (just click it to enlarge).
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A QUICK GUIDE TO PLAYING CHAOTIC
by Steve Fritz
There were more than just comics and cartoons making their debut at the New York Comic Con. Fans of the show Chaotic also got their first chance to play the trading card game.
Chaotic’s President and CEO Bryan P. Gannon had his team of designers and game testers show their new system to anyone and everyone who wanted to learn. Gannon watched the fans as they tried it out with a big smile.
“It’s a relief in some areas,” he said. “The journey of getting the game out is now over. Now getting everyone to try it is next. We know there’s a lot more work coming because we started the journey.”
Admittedly, you don’t go to the online world of Chaotic to play this game (at least not yet), but you can pick up a playmate and a 52 card starter deck.
The Deck Itself Is Divided Into Five Types of Cards:
Character – Your monster, such as Maxxor
Battle Gear – Special equipment you can give your Characters
Action – Your main play deck, which you can have 20. When you use them up, you can recycle your used cards
Mugic – Special advanced power cards. Use them once and their done
Locations – Special areas that also give characters abilities or handicaps. They can also be recycled
The Playmat Is Divided Into Three Areas:
Fields of Play – Where you place your monsters
Charts – Where you keep score of how your characters are doing in a fight
Card Sites – Where you place your cards
HOW YOU PLAY
The basic rules are simple. In a duel, each player selects three characters and equips them with the Battle Gear of their choice face down. You also select 20 Action cards, 3 Mugic cards and six Landscapes, and place them in the appropriate areas. Your hand is initially made of three Action cards. When it’s your turn you draw a fourth.
From there, you move one of your Characters to one of your opponent’s spaces and challenge them to a battle. You also reveal a Landscape card that the battle is supposed to take place in. Revealing the Battle Gear card is optional, and it only goes into effect if you turn it face up.
Each Character has various abilities. They also have a set number of life points. When you challenge, you attack the targeted monster with one of these abilities. The Ation, Mugic and Battle Gear cards can add to the ability or cut your opponent’s ability down. You compare the respective ability scores
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