The Basics Of Duel Masters Trading Card Game

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Collectible Card Games (CCG) are always a fun to play. Duel Masters is no different. It can be played with two or more players. Each player must have a minimum of 40 cards in his deck.

Before you can start, you need to learn the game play, and the terminologies used in the game, some of which I will describe here that should help you getting started. I wrote this article a few months back, and I’m just including this as a reference, since I’ve created a dedicated Duel Masters Forum now.

The Game play

In Duel Masters, two players play the role of duelists, using the ‘art’ of “kaijudo”, which supposedly describes the “art of battling with giant monsters”. Players battle each other by playing cards in their “mana zone” (read below), and then using that mana to pay the cost of summoning creatures or casting spells. Each player has five shields that protect the player from damage, once all shields have been broken; it only takes a one successful attack to win the duel. In other scenario, as soon as a player draws his last card from his deck, that player loses the game automatically. Does not this sound interesting?

Duel Masters Game Play Mat

DM Game Play Mat - Courtesy of DM Wiki

You can read the full article on The Basics of Duel Masters on my blog website.

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