2. Have you ever wondered what it would look like if Emoji were a Pokémon style card game? Well wonder no more…
3. The game works like this. You will need 2 players.
4. Choose 5 cards for your “Emojimon team”.
5. You must choose 5 different Emoji, no duplicates.
6. Though you may choose the same Emoji as your opponent.
7. There are 25 Emojimon Cards to choose from, so try not to pick the exact same 5 as your opponent.
8. Now you both display your team 5 of Emoji.
9. You each get 50 Health Points to begin with.
10. Now flip a coin to decide who goes first.
11. Player 1 texts his first Emoji to Player 2.
12. Player 2 counters with his first Emoji.
13. You subtract the number of attack points of the opposing Emoji from the defense points of your Emoji.
14. If there is anything left over, you subtract that number from your 50 Health Points.
15. So if you play an Emoji with an attack score of 8, and your opponent has a defense score of 4, they lose a total of 4 Health Points.
16. Once you’ve both subtracted your score, you play your second Emojis.
17. You can’t keep cumulative defense points from a previous round.
18. Each new head-to-head is a separate battle.
19. Once you’ve played all 5 rounds, the player with the most Health Points remaining wins.
20. So try it.
21. Or try making up your own rules. Nothing is set in stone.
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