The Tournament: Trading Card Game is a printable card game to be available soon on the blog. It is a turn based game where each player has 6 "Champions" and the objective is to defeat all of your opponent's Champions.
These cards represent different characters and are used to fight your opponent. Each Champion have a set of stats and their own unique ability.
Only one of your Champions can fight at a time. This is called your "Active Champion." Your other Champions remain on your "Bench" until your current active Champion has been defeated. If all your Champions are defeated, you lose the game.
When a Champion is defeated, you flip the card to show that Champion is no longer in play.
If your active Champion is defeated, you must pick an undefeated Champion on your Bench and switch it with your defeated Champion. Discard any cards attached to your Champion when it is defeated.
With Galen out of the tournament, only three champions remain to fight for the finals and two more matches until the big reveal.
Chicks, fights and paychecks are Fenris' three favorite words, which all have come together in one single tournament. Having defeated Venorax and Strype already, this cocky and headstrong young wolf has made it into the semi-finals of the tournament and enjoys every minute of his fame.
A renowned hero, Shred has made it his very job to save damsels in distress. When he isn't rescuing princesses, the wolf can be found at the bar in a brawl, which is what drew the natural fighter to put his skills to the test. Having bested even the mighty Galen, is there any stopping this street fighter legend?
The third and final of the remaining champions, this alligator beat his opponents at such ease he was given a pass straight to the final round. One monster of an opponent, Aquin awaits whichever wolf that survives the semi-final round at the end of the tournament.
The secret host of the tournament, this fox has been pulling the strings and collecting all the losers inside his specially made 'trophy chamber'. With nine champion already bound and gagged, Egad look forward to concluding his event once and for all.
Victor is a twenty-five-years-old male tiger who works as a fitness instructor with bodybuilding exercises, and a close friend to Mark Greypaw since they grew up together.
Because Victor's father worked in the military together with Mark's father, it often brought their families together and Victor considered Mark the closest thing to a little brother. The boys bonded and played warfare games together with toy guns.
When they started in school, their age difference put a distance between them as Victor was several grades ahead of his childhood friend, but despite being busy with his new classmates he still found time in his week to hang out with "his bro" and joined the gang for a couple of war games.
Since Victor was older, Mark's circle of friends always looked up to him like an idol because he got to stay out late, drink beer and had a girlfriend - things that only a grown boy got to do. He enjoyed the admiration so much that he continued participating in the war games for years to come.
The rest of the article contains spoilers for the stories, if you have not read them yet be warned.
Grive is an absolutely amazing and talented artist whose chosen to draw all of the After School characters in his charming and original style. "War Game" recreates the scene where Ray wins the tie-up bondage game with Mark and his friends out in the woods, showing the gang at his mercy.
What captures me most about this image is the colors and the expressions of the characters. Ray's cute smile and the bright pink sky gives a feeling for the story's warm and lighthearted atmosphere, while the boys' discomfort, awkward expressions and clumsy stances makes it easy to see how helpless the characters feel in their struggle.