How to play scattergories?

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To play the game Scattergories, one person rolls the dice. You start with List 1 and start the timer. You have to go down the list and come up with a unique answer for each number in the list and your answer has to start with the letter rolled. If your answer matches another person or if you leave it blank you don't get any points for that answer. The goal is to get the most points at the end of 12 rounds.
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