Become a Redditor and join one of thousands of communities. Description Discussions Comments Change Notes. Add to Collection. This item has been added to your Favorites. File Size. Created by. Once a burst has started, players alternate adding to the burst with their own abilities or effects. Once both players agree to stop adding to the burst, the effects are resolved starting from the last card effect or ability down to the card that started the burst. There are very little differences between the official rules and the rules of the OCG.
The OCG had a deck composed only of cards with the discipline symbols on them called the "Discipline Deck". The attacking player turns over the top card of the "Discipline Deck" to determine the type of contest between the opposing creatures. The creatures's discipline stats are enhanced or reduced by the battlegear attached, or the location.
The players then draw "Power Cards" that have multiples of five printed on the cards. The players take turns to draw power cards which reduce the stat of the selected discipline of the opposing creature. The first player to reduce the selected stat of the opponent's creature to zero is the winner of the battle. These battles continue until one player has defeated all of his or her opponent's creatures. The introduction of the ChaoticCoins allows members to get points for the cards that they upload, depending on their rarity.
Chaotic was a TV show and collectable card game of the same name. HULU had it on for a short period and during this time my kids loved watching it, so I decided to pick up the cards as well, they loved the cards unfortunately once you have them all there is nothing left to collect since they do not make the cards anymore. My boys we really excited to buy these cards with their own money. They arrived on time and were in great condition. However, the online game is no longer available!
The game seems to be the whole point of the cards so it is really disappointing that it isn't available. You can imagine how upsetting it is to kids who thought they were getting some cool cards to play online and instead we just have more cards and no online game.
One person found this helpful. It helps that Chaotic is cheap. All versions Chaotic 1. Read more. In conjunction with the expanded retail rollout, the Chaotic Online Game Experience, www. Online games allow you to play whenever you like, even if a friend isn't available. Plus, they simplify the game by leading players through turns and automatically calculating numbers. On the other hand, playing face-to-face with a friend has the appeal of direct socialization, and allows players to modify rules to suit specific situations.
Which do you prefer? Do you find text chatting online to be as socially satisfying as speaking with a friend across the table? Or is online play simply a backup; a means to play when none of your friends are available to join you? Common Sense Media's unbiased ratings are created by expert reviewers and aren't influenced by the product's creators or by any of our funders, affiliates, or partners. See how we rate. Common Sense Media, a nonprofit organization, earns a small affiliate fee from Amazon or iTunes when you use our links to make a purchase.