A fast-and-furious two-player sword-fighting duel, using a specially illustrated poker deck! Based on the designer's own experience with college fencing. Rule cards are included, to make the deck truly portable.
Sample cards:Clashing Blades! is part of a collection of card games by Origins-award-winning designer... [click here for more]
Eight suits in classic playing card style! With this one deck, you can play classic card games like Poker, Tichu, Hearts, Spades, and Clubs as well as the best of modern card games like Lost Cities, Battle Line, En Garde, Parade, and more.
You get the four conventional suits -- spades, hearts, diamonds, and clubs -- as well as four new suits inspired by historical playing card decks -- cups, shields,... [click here for more]
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]
This is one of the earliest card games on record preserved in its entirety with all 48 cards intact. Its name means "Court-office Game". This handmade deck was commissioned by Ladislaus the Posthumous, king of Hungary and Bohemia and Duke of Austria from 1453 to 1457. Each suit sign carries the coats of arms of four kingdoms: France (fleur-de-lis), Germany (eagle), Bohemia (lion)... [click here for more]
Tavern cards is a gorgeous deck of full-color playing cards that you can use to randomly generate a tavern, then win at poker while you're there. There are the standard 52 cards as well as three jokers.
You can play any normal card game with these cards. Or, you can draw a handful and use those to randomly generate a tavern.
All 55 cards have original full-color art. You can use the pictures... [click here for more]