Cookie Fu: Vanilla Hare Fortune Deck
Can't decide between a Hare Trigger Hop' and the Burrow Thumper'? Not sure of the damage done by a Lash of the 3 Legged Frog'? Stop fumbling with slips of paper for your Cookie Fu moves! Each card displays all critical battle information, an essential aid for any Fu Fighter. Each 56 card deck also comes with the "Grandmaster Chi Battle" combat game. Fast and furious, Grandmaster Chi Battles are different every time. Just unwrap, shuffle and play! With or without dice, Cookie Fu Fortune Decks are guaranteed to Kick Some Cookie. Getting to be a Cookie Fu Grandmaster just got a lot more fun! Dual play - Play it standalone or with the Cookie Fu dice game.
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