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Unformatted text preview: M ONKEY , N INJA , P IRATE , R OBOT by Chad Underkoffler A TOMIC S OCK M ONKEY P RESS < http://www.atomicsockmonkey.com > ATOMIC SOCK MONKEY PRESS http://www.atomicsockmonkey.com M ONKEY , N INJA , P IRATE , R OBOT ©2003 Chad Underkoffler M ONKEY , N INJA , P IRATE , R OBOT A venerable cabal bent on world-domination has sent one of their greatest champions to steal the reactor core... but so have their enemies. Bathed in atomic radiation, these champions -- Monkey, Ninja, Pirate, Robot -- fight to the death, in order to claim the sweet, sweet uranium for their people... and victory! What's Needed to Play MNPR ? − 2 to 8 players. − An MNPR Card for each player. Cut the following pages of Cards in half along the dotted lines. − Three six-sided dice (3d6). − Lots of Tokens (a roll of pennies would work admirably). What's the Object of the Game? Destroy your enemies! How to Play MNPR 1. Each player takes a MNPR Card . They may select one, or pick one randomly. (Multiple types of the same card may be in play, if you've printed out enough copies.) 2. Set all the Tokens in the center of the playing area. This is the Token Pot . 3. Each player takes 4 Tokens from the Token Pot and places one each on their Meters ( Attack , Defense , Health , and Mojo ). 4. Decide which player goes first by rolling a die, highest wins. Re-roll in case of ties. 5. Starting player takes his Turn (see below, Taking a Turn ). 6. Play continues to the right, at least at the beginning of the game. 7. The game is over when one player is left standing; they will be able to take the radioactive core back to their compatriots and rule the world! Ha ha ha ha ha! Taking a Turn On a player's turn, he first rolls on the Atomic Radiation Chart, and suffers its effects. (A Meter may be completely emptied by the result; lost Tokens return to the Token Pot. If told to add a Token to a Meter that is already full, there is no effect.) Then, he can take three (3) Actions . Possible Actions are: ....
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This note was uploaded on 08/03/2010 for the course MECHANIC 65921 taught by Professor Jons during the Spring '10 term at Tampa.
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