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The Dark Deck of Many Things

Force the hand of fate and risk disaster for your chance at wondrous fortune!

Add some chaos to your RPG games with this mystical artifact. Manipulate the fabric of reality and place your fate in the hands of chance. Will your player's wishes be granted or will they face a dark twist of fate which forever alters the path of their character?

The Dark Deck of Many Things is a uniquely-illustrated prop used to represent the magic item from the D&D universe (The Deck of Many Things). Instead of using a standard deck of playing cards as a substitute, you can use this prop to increase the immersion of role playing.

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This deck is designed to look like a mystical divination artifact and can be incorporated by your Game Master in a number of ways. The illustrative style is boldly inked with occult themes that can translate to any number of RPG settings (e.g post-apocalyptic, wild west, eldritch horror, etc.) Individual cards could also be used as items or clues in your adventures or riddles, and may even inspire new ideas for puzzles and traps!

Components

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Why buy this?

  • Cryptic pictographs fit into any story setting
  • Styled with occult imagery to enhance immersion
  • Booklet provides universal effects for all rulesets

Requirements

<30
1-99
12+

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Publish Date August 17, 2017
Edition First
Department Tarot and Oracles
Genre Fantasy
Theme Magic
Audience Game Master
Primary Mechanic Storytelling
If You Like Dungeons & Dragons

Daragon Art

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Notes

  • This game contains a premium upgrade called UV Coating that makes the printed components more durable.

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Own It Played It Fun Priced Well High Replay Value Well Written Rules Nice Artwork

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