Summary of Game Play
Here's a brief summary of the game play that will help with understanding the
rules. Much more depth is available.
Good luck on your mission!
- Your play the game as one of the Dragon Ball Z Main Personalities, such as
Goku or Vegeta. For example, Doug's three levels of Goku Personality cards represent
Doug in the game as Goku. Goku is the character Doug plays, his Main Personality.
- Your Main Personality wants to either save the world or control the world
for his own self-serving purposes. If your Main Personality is a Hero, he'll want
to attack a Villain to save the wolrd and win. The opposite is true for Villains.
Heroes and Villains will fight back and forth in combat to win.
- Higher strength gives a Main Personality a better chance of winning and blocking
attacks. It also can get him closer to winning the game with a Most Powerful Personality
- Strength is indicated by Power Stages. The higher the number in a power stage,
the higher the Main Personality's strength. Your Main Personality reaches his
highest power stages by tapping into a higher, stronger level of himself.
- Anger (tracked on the Warrior Sword counter) moves a Main Personality closer
to finding a higher level of untapped strength, just like in the DBZ TV show.
- Successful attacks weaken your opponents' Main Personalities by lowering their
power stages and taking cards from their Life Decks. This makes it more difficult
for them to win attacks, and moves your Main Personality closer to being the last
survivor, the second way to win.
- Be sure to seek the 7 Dragon Balls, the last way to win.
|Remember, this is a fantasy game. Don't re-enact or pursue in real life the
events portrayed. That's something that causes everyone to lose, including you.
So keep it fantasy, and enjoy it with your friends for the endless hours it holds.
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