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Yeah I wanted the Kamen Rider ones because the art is so awesome, but like everyone else already knows the official art has the images so small and I can't seem to find bigger images on the net. Guess I may have to shelling out the bucks just to get them anyways before there are price hikes for older packs or something...
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Please forgive the Thread Necromancy, but I thought it'd be better to resurrect a thread on the same topic than create another.

I'm interested in the Rangers Stike Cards for more than just the cool artwork. I am really interested in getting together a couple of decks for play purposes.

I don't read Japanese, and that is the crux of the issue. Is anyone aware of any English rulebooks or card translations that I can make use of?

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thank you!
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DarkProject wrote:I don't read Japanese, and that is the crux of the issue. Is anyone aware of any English rulebooks or card translations that I can make use of?
Sadly, as of now, no. I was considering translating them sometime last year, but I placed that thought aside.
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I'm half tempted to try a free translation site to try to figure this game out, or at least translate the cards. What language/form of language is the site in? Are there any decent translation sites for free for that specific form? does the website have them all? And can someone by chance find me a rule sheet(in any language, just tell me what language it's in).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rangers_Strike
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Ra ... rike_cards

That's all I could find myself.
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??? Whaaaa? The game is in Japanese...
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I've heard there are about 3 different forms of japanese, and that's what I meant.
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Written Japanese can be in hiragana, katakana, and kanji, but it's all Japanese. You can't read the language without knowing the whole thing
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Fair enough. I'll do my best I guess.
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Was scouting around for some Rangers Strike information and found this thread, and figured I'd let y'all know about this thing I've been working on the last few months...

I got the books for this game a few months ago and decided to try my hand at translating. Thanks to some research on the site and a neat Japanese wiki I found, I've actually gotten all the way through the regular Legends, the Rider stuff and the box sets. Now, these aren't the greatest translations: My personal Japanese knowledge consists of a few college courses, so I relied on Babelfish and years of CCG knowledge to make the spoilers coherent.

Anywho, figure people would be interested and like to check it out. Also, if there's any serious translation errors, I'm looking for input to help fix things and spread the word on this game where I can. It's a fun game, with a few odd mechanics, but much better than the American Power Rangers TCG, which took the Rangers Strike art and made a game that's basically paper-rock-scissors.

http://redsheriff-frontier.com/ Red Sheriff Frontier: Tokusatsu, Card Games and other Weirdness.
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That's pretty cool, good luck on your endeavor
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i've just found this post and i'm just wondering if a carddass version of super sentai already exists then why are they making Dice-Oh?
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AeonRanger wrote:i've just found this post and i'm just wondering if a carddass version of super sentai already exists then why are they making Dice-Oh?
Because the rangerstrike cards don't play on an arcade machine. And the fact that you don't waste 100 yen a pop when playing ranger strike.
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Just found this thread (after making one on the Gaming forum and realizing that it might be better suited here...). I've been looking for good places to buy a few cards, but all I'm really seeing is one guy on eBay that seems to be selling them as singles.
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ALSO.

For those in the market for pics, I found a guy on Ranger Board who has most of the cards in his possession and has scanned them all.

http://www.rangerboard.com/showthread.php?t=121404
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Re: Ranger Strike trading cards

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Resurrecting this.

My friends and I have scanned most of the card sets and took the translations, photoshopping them onto the cards themselves. We've been playing for the past few months, and we brought them recently to AnimeNEXT in NJ, where we got a few eyes watching our game.

If anyone's interested in joining, we have a facebook group where we have all the translated cards on for download on a word document:

http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=gro ... 8886693880

Note: You DO need a facebook account to view the page.

Enjoy, and let me know if you have any questions.

I personally have a Zyuranger and Kabuto deck handy. Our friends are still figuring out some card rulings, but this is a great start for those who are interested. In fact, I'd like for those who can translate Japanese to be able to help us out with some card rulings.
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