Official Kik DND Handbook .pdf
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Welcome to the wonderful game of Kik Dungeons
and Dragons! Before you and your friends get
started, you should know how the game works:
1. At the beginning of the game, everyone draws
10 cards from a shuffled deck. People can
bring/use their own cards if they want.
2. Roll a set of dice to see who goes first. Don’t
fight over who goes first, this isn’t kindergarten.
3. The first player chooses a card to start the game
off with. The battle begins.
4. The next player must draw a card to
combat/defeat the previous player’s card and
make the story go however they want during
5. If a player runs out of cards, they must roll a set
of dice that determines how many more cards
they draw. If the player rolls an even number,
they are out.
6. If a player draws a boss card, they have full
control over the game while their boss card is
alive. Other players can even work together
against the boss.
7. If a player draws a wild card, they are allowed to
one thing of their choice, regardless of the rules.
This includes things like bringing a card back to
life, letting a player that is out of the game draw
a card, etc.
8. The game repeats until only one player is left.
The last player with cards left is the winner, and
goes first next round.
Some things you should remember to keep the game
fun for everyone:
If a card of yours dies, you cannot bring it back
to life, unless you draw a wild card.
Players are encouraged to team up.
Players are encouraged to do things to
drastically change the scenario.
There are no one-hit kills, unless your card is a
boss card or a wild card.
Wild cards allow players to summon whichever
card they want, along with being able to do one
thing of their choice, regardless of the following
Don’t be a retard.
Don’t be annoying.
This game is meant for 3 to 7 players. You can
have more or less, it just won’t be as fun.
You can make up your own cards, as long as
With that said, enjoy the game, and try to win.