January 10th, 2010, 09:32 AM
So I have recently started playing Bakugan and I got a new set. It was the Maxus Dragonoid. But there is already a problem with that. It says it comes with 1 Neo Dragonoid and 6 Traps. I played the game with my friend and I have no clue what the traps do. Can some one please post what they are for?
January 12th, 2010, 01:38 AM
Hi fellow new member! :)
I too played Bakugan; I'm 27 and I have no idea why I actually liked it. I think it's because my fiance loves Bakugan and got me to play with her, and if she's smiling, then I'm having a good time.
Anyhow, here's how traps work (from bakuganbay.com):
What is a Bakugan Trap?
Normal Bakugan are round and they roll. Bakugan Traps are not round. They come in all kinds of shapes and sizes like football, pyramid, coin, cube, drum, and tetradecahedron.
How many Bakugan Trap can I use in a game?
You can use up to one Trap in your unused pile at the start of a game. It goes in with your three Gate cards, three ability cards, and three Bakugan.
How do you play a Bakugan Trap?
You may play one of your Trap during a battle as long as the Trap and Bakugan have the same attribute. For example, if you are using a Pyrus Bakugan in that battle you need to use a Pyrus Trap.
To play your Trap during a battle, take it from your unused pile and drop it onto the Gate Card engaged in battle. When it opens up you will see one or more attribute symbols revealed inside it. You will now change the attribute of your Bakugan to any one of the attributes printed inside your Trap.
Some Bakugan Traps have one hidden attribute symbol. Some have two hidden attribute symbols or more.
Only when you've run out of Bakugan in your unused pile and are about to roll should you move your Trap back to your unused pile.
Also included with your Bakugan Trap are their very own ability cards. When you combine the affects of the Trap with the affects of their Ability Cards the power can be devastating.
You might wanna check out the site for more info on the traps; I have never really used them, but they do look kinda cool. :)
Hope that helps, and welcome to the forum!
January 12th, 2010, 06:23 PM
Okay thanks dude.:D:D
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