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Mage the Ascension Tarot
Developed by White Wolf Game Studio for their Mage: The Ascension tabletop roleplaying game in the original World of Darkness setting. Deck largely follows the Rider-Waite-Smith system but suits have been renamed to accord with the game system. Major arcana drawn by Joshua Gabriel Timbrook; suit of Questing drawn by Alex Sheikman; suit of Primordialism drawn by John Cobb; suit of Dynamism drawn by Larry MacDougall; suit of Pattern drawn by Dan Smith.
Tally Ho No. 9 Original 1885 Restoration Standard Edition
Home Run Games// 2017
Andrew Dougherty’s famous Tally-Ho brand started in 1885 and is still printed today. The original deck had the Ace of Spades with the Centre Street address and a Jolly Joker card. The Tally-Ho Joker was introduced 20 years later in the early 1900s. Due to the British origins of the phrase “tally-ho” which is associated with a fox hunt, later versions included a fox hunting Joker.
The original deck had a unique back and several versions were then used before settling on the familiar circle and fan backs.
Fifth Deck in a Seven Deck Natural Disaster Collector Series
The Bicycle Natural Disasters "Hurricane" Deck is the fifth in a series of 7 natural disasters. All the natural disasters are deadliest forces that mother nature has to offer. We expect to launch each deck 2-3 weeks apart keeping you in anticipation! The collection of decks will be produced by Collectable Playing Cards and printed by USPCC. Be sure to take shelter!
Printed by USPCC Bicycle Branded Custom Pips Air-Cushion Finish Custom Seal First run features a "Collectors Edition Seal printed" on the side of each tuck.
Printed by USPCC
First run features a "Collectors Edition Seal printed" on the side of each tuck.
Hand-drawn playing cards by Luke Tomski of Tomski & Polanski, printed by the Czech Hraci Karty (http://mycards.cz) and under the Pernowka Playing Cards brand/mark. Each deck is individually numbered (1-1,000). Bridge sized deck distributed without seal or cellophane. http://tomskipolanski.com/Highland-Fauna-Playing-Cards
Creator behind the scenes video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLVDtkJWMWU
Display deck to partner with the subscription deck as part of the Kings Wild Shorts subscription program. Display decks come in a blank white tuck box and are the exact same cards featured within the Limited edition deck.
The Pluma Deck features a blend of tribal and avian imagery, and is an updated version of a historic plate in the Bicycle® archives. The blue and brown colors play off each other in an allusion to earth and sky. The Pluma Deck features original artwork on the tuck, card back and the Ace of Spades. These decks were printed in the USA at the United States Playing Card Company and printed on premium stock with a quality finish.
Illustrated by Marius Silvestre. There are 56 cards, including 2 Jokers and 2 title cards, which show the French involvement in Algeria (1830-1962 French presence). The court cards depict Arab and French military and religious figures, with various arms on the Aces. The back design features 2 sets of Pieds Noirs (Black Feet) which is a term referring to French citizens who lived in French Algeria before independence. Specifically, Pieds Noirs include those of European settlers descent from France or other European countries (such as Spain, Italy & Malta), who were born in Algeria. From the French invasion on 18 June 1830, until its independence, Algeria was administratively part of France. Published by Grimaud with French indices on all 4 corners: Roi, Dame, Valet. The court cards depict notable people. HEARTS: Ace CONSTANTINE King ABD EL KADER Queen KAHENA Jack SPAHI CLUBS: Ace D\'ORAN King BUGEAUD Queen VIERGE BLANCHE Jack TITAILLEUR DIAMONDS: Ace CROIX DU SUD King BEY HUSSEIN Queen FATIMA Jack SAHARIEN SPADES: Ace D\'ALGER King CHARLES X Queen VIERGE NOIRE Jack ZOUAVE JOKER MAIN DE FATMA
Created by Paul Nojima, sold on Etsy.com, with each of the four suits representing the four main Houses of Westeros:
Diamonds: House Lannister
Clubs: House Targeryen
Hearts: House Baratheon
Spades: House Stark
Each number-card character has a portrait, name, and (associated) house sigil. This is a full 54-card poker-sized deck of playing cards. Each character is hand drawn and the Aces are the house sigils. The distressing on the vintage edition was done as post-processing before printing to create a deck of cards that actually looks like it came from Westeros. Each deck comes in a custom designed tuck box and the cards are professionally printed on high quality 310gsm card stock with linen finish.
There is the standard version with a white background on the cards and this vintage version which features an aged paper look. In addition, there were both a v1 (2013) and a v2 (2015) version of this deck that came in a basic clear plastic case. The newest 'complete version' (2016) does include a proper tuckbox.
This deck was printed by Grimaud in 1984 and designed by Jean Bruneau. Pirates et Corsaires is a deck pair, other deck being Corsaires, other being Pirates. Both decks have a similar look, but different designed cards.