Card-jitsu water rolls in!

24 11 2010

Club Penguin released card-jitsu water today!

Here’s how to play:

Head to the Ninja Hideout, and click the New Game sign to enter the Water Dojo.

In the Water Dojo, click the Sensei to start a game.

In the game, you are on a flowing current of water.

To play, click one of your playing cards scrolling by at the bottom of the screen. Then use the card on an element floating in the current by clicking the element.

You can select any element that is in front of you, to either side, or diagonal to you.

To move to another square, pick a card that captures the element you want to hop to: Water captures fire, fire captures ice, ice captures water.

You can also move to an empty floating square highlighted green.

If you use a lower-number card on an element, it may only partly capture it, and you need to use a second card on the element to completely capture it.

Win by being the first penguin to kick the gong or by being the last one standing in the current.

It seems kind of hard. You have to be quick!

Waddle on!

Mr Snowball3

P.S. Here are a few more images (click to enlarge):




5 responses

24 11 2010

I request pictures of the water dojo, as i am not a member anymore.

As you wish 🙂
Mr Snowball3

25 11 2010

wouldnt card jitsu ice take place around the whole island? lol

26 11 2010
Mr Snowball3


26 11 2010

ah, no, on the mountain in the background.

Wait. What?
Mr Snowball3

27 11 2010

go to the dojo courtyard, in the background, you see the volcano, the waterfall, and a GIANT mountain in the background.

I’ll try to take a picture of that.
Mr Snowball3

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