Tikis Battle

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THANKS TO YOUR MANA, TAKE YOUR OPPONENTS’ TIKIS !

Tikis are Polynesian deities. The game has 10 deities: Hau (god of peace), Hina (goddess of travelers), Hiro (god of thieves), Maui (fire keeper demigod), Oro (god of war), Ra (sun god), Rongo (god of plantations), Ta'aroa (creator god), Tane (god of animals) and Tu (god of craftsmen).

AGE: from 5-6 years old
NUMBER OF PLAYERS: from 2 to 4 players. With more players, make teams of 2.

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This game of skill and tactics can be played by 2, 3, 4 players, or more by teams.


RULES OF THE GAME

PRELIMINARY

A starting line is drawn on the ground and the "Mana circle" is placed at about 3 meters.
Each player tries to throw his or her card into the circle to see who will start.
If two players succeed, they retrieve their card and throw it again.
The one who gets to throw his card into the circle, or approaches it most, plays last. The one furthest from it plays first
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The player who manages to throw his/her card on the opponent's wins.


THE GAME

The players position themselves behind the starting line again and throw their cards in turn. The player who manages to get his card into the Mana circle replays and his card now has power: he can attack other players. If he manages to throw his card on that of an opponent, he wins. His opponent has lost the game unless his card has two lives, in which case he loses just one life and can continue to play (see list of 1 and 2 lifes cards below.
When a player throws his card on that of an opponent, he can replay if there are still opponents.

As soon as another player manages to bring his card into the Mana circle, he becomes the stricker.

When a player wins two games in a row, he pockets the opponent's card he beat.

SHOOTING TECHNIQUE

The hand should be on the ground and should not move. The card is projected with two fingers

ON A TABLE

You can also play on a table. In this case, the mana circle will be placed on the opposite side from the starting line. When a card falls from the table, the player will replay in turn from the edge of the table where his card fell down.

CARDS VALUE

Each card represents a Polynesian deity. Eight of them have one life, and two of them have two lives. This means that when a player loses, if his card has two lives, he loses only one life and so he can continue to play.

The 1-life cards are: Hau, Hina, Hiro, Maui, Oro, Rongo, Tane, Tu.

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The 2-lives cards are: Ra and Ta'aroa.

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