✂ cuts 📄 covers 💎 crushes 🦎 poisons 🖖 smashes ✂ decapitates 🦎 eats 📄 disproves 🖖 vaporizes 💎 crushes ✂.
- Rock is represented by “💎” (U+1F48E Gem Stone), though may be replaced by “Rock” when Unicode 13.0 ships in 2020.
- Paper is represented by “📄” (U+1F4C4 Page Facing Up).
- Scissors are represented by “✂” (U+2702 Black Scissors), note without the U+FE0F variation selector.
- Spock is represented by “🖖” (U+1F596 Raised Hand With Part Between Middle and Ring Fingers) .
- Lizard is represented by “🦎” (U+1F98E Lizard).
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