You find yourself high in the mist-carved mountains of Shenkuu, wandering along its curved bridges and exotic architecture. Wanting to take a piece of this amazing landscape back to Neopia Central with you, you duck into the shop known as Wonderous Weaponry. There, among the gleaming sai and chakrams, you find a small deck of cards hidden on a high shelf and covered with a thick layer of dust. The cards are beautifully painted, depicting various lands and beings from Neopia.
When you ask the Shoyru shopkeeper why there are cards in a weaponry shop, he just smiles mysteriously and tells you that strategy is what wins battles, not weapons. He then deals the cards onto a table. You watch as he matches cards and captures the resulting pairs. After following his actions, you collect more cards than he does...yet your feeling of triumph is dashed when he announces himself the winner. Smiling at your shock, he tells you that while the game (which he calls Godori) is easy to play, it is difficult to win. As he deals a new hand, the Shoyru begins to explain the