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Draw Joust and the objective of the game is to kill your opponent. You can do this by attacking them with a weapon or by drawing a joust. The first person to die loses. In order to start playing, you need to draw a stickman on the page and give it one of these three weapons: sword, bow, or ax. The next thing you need to do is select an attack for that weapon. For example, if your stickman has a sword and you want it to attack another stickman's head, then select "head". If your stickman has an ax and you want it to attack another stickman's arm, then select "arm". Lastly, select where you want your attack left leg). Once that’s done, hit “draw” and watch as your stickman will enact it.
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How to play Draw Joust
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