Kaijudo, brought to you by Hasbro and Wizards of the Coast, offers an array of family-friendly entertainment, including a trading card game, online and mobile games, and an action-packed animated TV series.
What is the Kaijudo trading card game?
This trading card game (TCG) brings players into the world of Kaijudo and all of the creatures you’ll see on TV. In the trading card game, players duel with each other alongside powerful creatures that each are represented by collectable trading cards. To see some of these creatures and how their cards look, visit the Dojo Library.
What does TCG stand for?
TCG is an abbreviation for trading card game.
Where can I buy the Kaijudo TCG or other Kaijudo products?
Find a list of local game stores along with nearby Target, Walmart and Toys“R”Us locations that sell the Kaijudo game and products by clicking here.
What is the Kaijudo TV Show and what is its rating?
The show follows the adventures of Ray and his two best friends, Allie and Gabe, as they join a secret order of Duel Masters who have sworn to save the world from the evil threat of The Choten. This animated series is rated TV-7FV and airs weekly on the HUB TV network, Saturdays and Mondays. Check your local listings for more detail. Watch episode trailers and learn more about the characters, creatures and storyline here.
What is Kaijudo Online?
Kaijudo Online lets players experience the trading card game in an online format. There is no cost to play, but you must register to unlock specific features of the game. It’s a great training tool for kids who are new to Kaijudo or to trading card games in general, giving them a chance to practice against the computer to build strategy, discover new cards, and develop skill in the game.
How can I teach my child to play the Kaijudo TCG?
Start by checking out the tips and tools provided by Master Hawkins (your online Kaijudo Duel Master) in our learn-to-play videos. You can also play Kaijudo Online, which is free to play, and a great way to practice and build skill in the game. Or visit your local hobby store and ask for an in-person demo. You can find a store here.
How do you build a deck, and what does that mean?
An official Kaijudo deck has forty cards for game play and can be fully customized for each player. You can have up to three copies of any single card in your deck, consisting of spells, creatures, blockers and more. You can also customize your game deck with the creatures from any of the five civilizations. For more details on how to build the perfect deck for you or your child, check out this article.
Is there any educational value to the Kaijudo TCG?
Yes! The Kaijudo TCG helps build reading and mathematical fluency in a fun and engaging way. Reluctant readers are particularly drawn to reading (and sometimes memorizing) the bite-sized chunks of text featured on each creature and spell card, and the range of words increases their vocabulary. Math skills developed by game play include addition and subtraction, comparing numbers, counting by thousands, and strategic thinking. Deck building provides a real-world application of fractions and probability. In addition, the game develops important social skills such as taking turns, winning and losing gracefully, and creative problem solving.
Does Kaijudo have a lot of violence?
Kaijudo is an action-entertainment experience but it does not involve gratuitous violence. In the trading card game, players take on the role of the duelist, summoning and directing creatures through a battle of strength, wits, and special powers. The losing creatures are not killed by the action of the game, but instead are banished back to the Creature Realm from where they came (also known as the “discard pile”). To see more of Kaijudo’s creatures, visit the Dojo Library.
Does the website work on any device, or are there apps for mobile?
Kaijudo mobile apps are designed for iOS mobile devices only, and are available through the iTunes App Store (availability may vary by region). The Kaijudo.com website is accessible with an active internet connection by any type of internet-enabled device.
No. You do not need to create an avatar in order to visit the website and play the Kaijudo: Battle Game, visit the dojo, or enjoy other features of the site. However, to save items like your customized gauntlet or avatar, complete quests, play through certain levels of Kaijudo Online, or redeem any type of code, your child must create an avatar on Kaijudo.com. Registration does only requires a username from a drop down list, a four digit code and a self-generated password. See the Home Page / Register Now section to see how it works.
What information about my child are you storing?
We do not collect any of your child's personal information when she or he creates an avatar. When registering, your child will select a username from a list of predetermined options from drop-down menus. We do collect and store this username, a password, and the answer to a password recovery question to assist in game support inquiries from our players. All of our processes are completely COPPA compliant.
What does it mean that you can “make friends” on this site?
Users can add friends from within the Kaijudo.com site to their accounts. You can only friend another player on Kaijudo.com if you already know that player’s username. At this time, the only function of friends on the site is as a list of usernames created in your profile. There is no direct communication between friends on Kaijudo.com. No personally identifiable information is ever collected or shared.
Is the website free of charge?
There is no cost to access the website and play the Kaijudo: Battle Game. A free, active user profile is required to create and store items for an avatar, to track your progress and play quests, to play specific levels of Kaijudo Online, and to redeem codes.
Does my child need to create an avatar?
No, your child does not need to create an avatar in order to visit the website and play the Kaijudo: Battle Game. However, in order to create and save items for your avatar, play quests, play levels of Kaijudo Online, or redeem any type of code, he or she must create an avatar on Kaijudo.com.
My child forgot the password. What do I do?
Click the "Did you forget your password" link on the sign-in menu, enter the username or a redeemed code, and answer the security question that you selected when you set up your avatar. You will be able to reset your password at that point.
Tip: After you have set up your user profile, it's a good idea to print or write down your log-in and password information and keep that information in a secure location so you won't forget it! Please hold on to your code cards, too! These codes also help us with player profile recovery.
Can we share an avatar?
While it is acceptable for a parent to assist a child with his or her username and password, two people cannot use the same avatar. Sharing an avatar is a violation of the User Profile Agreement.
Can we merge two Kaijudo.com accounts?
Regrettably, we are unable to merge accounts. You may set up as many accounts as you'd like, but product code redemptions are unique to each profile.
What is a code and what does it do?
To access creature cards or other digital award items, codes are required. Codes that you find in marketing materials (promo codes) are redeemed by any registered player for digital items, assigned to his or her avatar. Codes that come in product (product codes) are redeemed for random creature cards in Kaijudo Online. An active account is required to redeem any type of code in order to gain access to creature cards or other digital items for your avatar.
Where can I find codes?
Redemption codes are only included in select marketing materials (promo codes) or on code cards in Kaijudo game products (product codes). They are not available separately for purchase. Be sure to save your code cards; they can help to access a user profile if your child forgets his or her password.
Why do I get the message “Code Doesn't Work”?
Product codes can be used only once. Promotion codes can be used multiple times, but only once for each user profile. It is very important to keep your product codes and promo codes in a safe place! If you lose them, you won't be able to redeem them to access creature cards or other digital award items. If you have a code that does not work, you may contact Customer Service for support.
The website notice says the code I have is already registered.
Double-check the code and try again. You may also want to make sure that your child hasn't already redeemed the code. If it won't successfully redeem, please contact Customer Service.