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Tournaments:*

Yomi Inferno Divider Cup tournament series (online)

Educational:*

Yomicast (online)

Meetups:*

Seatle area meetups (America)


See the Events page for a full list of events we know of.




About YomiEdit

This wiki is a resource for Yomi: Fighting Card Game, created by David Sirlin of Sirlin Games. It aims to provide articles including basic rule and deck information, as well as strategy and matchup analysis.

Yomi is a simple competitive card game that simulates a battle between two characters. Each deck represents one character and doubles as a regular deck of playing cards.

Each deck has 56 cards: 52 poker cards with markings to play Yomi, 2 Jokers, 1 character card, and 1 rules card. The 2-10 cards are attacks, blocks, dodges, and throws. Face cards are special moves, while Aces are super moves. Most cards have a different move along the top and bottom edges. The object of the game is to reduce the opponent's hit points to zero through winning combats and performing combos.

"Yomi" is Japanese for "reading", as in reading the mind of the opponent. The Yomi card game is designed to distill the high-level mind games from fighting game tournaments into a simple card game that, itself, stands up to serious tournament play.

Yomi teaches you to pay atterntion to small clues that indicate how people think and act. Developing your Yomi might give you an edge in other games and even in other areas of life.

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