“Brush the dragon’s teeth, you who have the courage!”
In Dragon Teeth Washer, players are brave men who must brush the teeth of dragons. They take turns brushing the teeth of these fearsome beasts, but dragons can’t keep their mouths open all day. Occasionally they get tired, though, and must close their mouths. If one does and you happen to be the unlucky soul brushing that dragon’s teeth, then…chomp!
In each turn, the players must brush the teeth of a different dragon. Different dragons have different patience levels, expressed by a number. One player checks the dragon card, makes a statement about it which can be as vague or outright false as s/he wants, and then plays a brushing card with a number. The other players play their cards face-down and reveal simultaneously then. Starting with the smallest number, then counting up, the players check who was successful, who was bitten (whose card was counted when the dragon ran out of patience) and who didn’t get his/her turn at all. Successful players get their card values in points, bitten players get negative points, and the others get nothing.
After eight rounds, the player with the highest total wins the game.
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