Players stand in a circle. The First - A - raises the outstretched arms above his head, where both hands are holding an imaginary sword. This sword strikes the player with a loud and belligerent "Ha!" on the skull of any other player - B - (not necessarily the immediate neighbors right / left). The two players to the left and right of B then beat with their fictional, taken from both hands sword to the hull of B and scream during the impact loud and combative "Hey!". Player B now proposes with a loud and belligerent "Hu!" towards the skull of any other player C. This fails with "Ha" on the head of another player. The two players to the left and right of this hit the hull with a loud "Hey" ... etc.
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