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Crown of Tines (Masks Only)

Crown of Tines (Masks Only)


Crown of Tines is based off of an occult card game for 3 to 8 players originally played in the salons of the French Court in the 17th century. The game experienced a brief revival in the mid-1800's thanks to renewed interest in the American Spiritualist community, but quickly faded away due to controversy surrounding it's origins. Now, the Triskelion Society is happy to restore and remaster...   [click here for more]
Crone RPG  $10.00

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Crown of Tines - Custom Playing Deck (2-Pack)

Crown of Tines - Custom Playing Deck (2-Pack)


Crown of Tines is based off of an occult card game for 3 to 8 players originally played in the salons of the French Court in the 17th century. The game experienced a brief revival in the mid-1800's thanks to renewed interest in the American Spiritualist community, but quickly faded away due to controversy surrounding it's origins. Now, the Triskelion Society is happy to restore and remaster...   [click here for more]
Crone RPG  $15.00

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Crone - GM Cards

Crone - GM Cards


A set of GM cards for the Crone Roleplaying Game. Requires player character cards and Crone Manual for play. Crone is a game about witches, wizened old women who wield vast magical power. These witches don’t build gingerbread houses or eat naughty children - well... most don’t. Instead, they travel the land, going on adventures, visiting ancient ruins, fighting powerful...   [click here for more]
Crone RPG  $25.00

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Crown of Tines - Custom Playing Deck

Crown of Tines - Custom Playing Deck


Crown of Tines is based off of an occult card game for 3 to 8 players originally played in the salons of the French Court in the 17th century. The game experienced a brief revival in the mid-1800's thanks to renewed interest in the American Spiritualist community, but quickly faded away due to controversy surrounding it's origins. Now, the Triskelion Society is happy to restore and remaster...   [click here for more]
Crone RPG  $10.00

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