FNF Vs. AGOTI - [Friday Night Funkin']
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Friday Night Funkin is an electronic dance music sport with a bit of a twist. It is played by two teams of five players who are also two umpires, a umpire and a timekeeper. Each team of five players is divided into two competing units called “Fnf” and “Agoti” (pronounced Ag-oh-tee). The rules of the game are similar to football, in that both teams try to score a goal by dribbling the ball past the opponent's goal guarded by a goalkeeper. The only difference is that instead of kicking the ball, you play an electric rhythm instrument like a guitar or bass. These instruments are called 'Funkin', which means to play loud music in English, and they can be plucked or struck by banging them against any hard surface. Each team has five members: a team leader, a goal scorer and four support players, who must provide for their teammates whenever possible. To win, you must complete your goal without allowing your opponent to finish first.
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