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D&D 5E Cards

Posted: Sat May 12, 2018 12:46 pm
by Havard
Related Threads: D&D 5E Cards,D&D 4E Cards, AD&D 2nd Ed Cards, Dragonlance Cards, Mystara/Classic D&D Cards, Pathfinder / Starfinder Cards,D&D Based Board Games

Spellbook Cards (GaleForce 9)
  • Spellbook Cards: Arcane
  • Spellbook Cards: Druid
  • Spellbook Cards: Cleric
  • Spellbook Cards: Ranger
  • Spellbook Cards: Bard
  • Spellbook Cards: Martial Powers and Races
  • Spellbook Cards: Xanthar's Guide
  • Spellbook Cards: Elemental
  • Spellbook Cards: Paladin
  • Spellbook Cards: Arcane Archetypes
  • Spellbook Cards: Monk Traditions
  • Spellbook Cards: Cleric Domains
  • Spellbook Cards: Paladin Oaths
Dungeon Master Cards(GaleForce 9)
  • Monster Cards Challenge 0-5
  • Monster Cards II - Challenge 6-16
  • Magic Item Cards
More details on these cards here.


Ravenloft(GaleForce 9)
  • Tarokka Deck

Deck Building Board Games
  • Dungeons & Dragons: Dragonfire (by Catalyst. Card Building Game. Set in the Forgotten Realms).

Re: D&D 5E Cards

Posted: Sat May 12, 2018 2:03 pm
by Havard
Apparently GaleForce9 has more cards to be released in june this year:

Dungeon Master Cards
  • Monster Cards Challenge 0-5
  • Monster Cards Challenge 6-16
  • Magic Item Cards
More details on these cards here.

-Havard

Re: D&D 5E Cards

Posted: Mon May 14, 2018 6:12 pm
by Hugin
Havard wrote:
Sat May 12, 2018 12:46 pm
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Spellbook Cards (GaleForce 9)
...
I have most of these (all the spell decks at least) and I love them. They make preparing and referencing so much easier. I'm not the only one at our table that has bought them either.
Dungeon Master Cards(GaleForce 9)
...
I'm eyeing these up as well, but very much on the fence, as I'm unsure if their usefulness will be to same degree as the spellbook cards.
Ravenloft(GaleForce 9)
  • Tarokka Deck
This deck wan't originally on my radar for purchase as I don't play in Ravenloft, however, I've been thinking about grabbing it for use as an event/situation randomizer. I think could be a lot of fun. It would certainly be useful in a game run in Karameikos too.
Deck Building Board Games
  • Dungeons & Dragons: Dragonfire (by Catalyst. Card Building Game. Set in the Forgotten Realms).
I have this game too. It is a great game but it isn't easy. You have to understand going in that this is not an RPG style game, it is a fantasy themed tactical puzzle game with campaign elements. Only played solo, and likely only to be played solo, though I purchased it with that intent.

Re: D&D 5E Cards

Posted: Mon May 14, 2018 8:14 pm
by Havard
Hugin wrote:
Mon May 14, 2018 6:12 pm
Havard wrote:
Sat May 12, 2018 12:46 pm
...
Deck Building Board Games
  • Dungeons & Dragons: Dragonfire (by Catalyst. Card Building Game. Set in the Forgotten Realms).
I have this game too. It is a great game but it isn't easy. You have to understand going in that this is not an RPG style game, it is a fantasy themed tactical puzzle game with campaign elements. Only played solo, and likely only to be played solo, though I purchased it with that intent.
Are there ways we can tweak this and use the cards with D&D? :)

-Havard

Re: D&D 5E Cards

Posted: Wed May 16, 2018 11:49 pm
by Hugin
Havard wrote:
Mon May 14, 2018 8:14 pm
Are there ways we can tweak this and use the cards with D&D? :)

-Havard
I really don't think so, to be honest. The cards are firmly based on D&D, and in fact use published 5E art. I guess that means you could use the cards to show players an illustration of the monster without them seeing any D&D stats.

There are no mechanical similarities at all. The game 'converts' the D&D flavour to its own system.

Re: D&D 5E Cards

Posted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 7:56 pm
by Havard
Revised the DM Card section:

Dungeon Master Cards(GaleForce 9)
  • Monster Cards Challenge 0-5
  • Monster Cards II - Challenge 6-16
  • Magic Item Cards
More details on these cards here.


-Havard