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Concept Cards Mixed Deck

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Concept Cards decks each contain 56 unique and interesting concepts, written onto playing cards. This free deck includes samples from all 5 types of Concept Card, along with the details of how to make the most of them.

To see the rest of the decks, take a look through the Concept Cards category

If fantasy isn't your thing, Check out the new science fiction set coming up here.

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Steve N March 09, 2018 7:44 am UTC
After downloading the rest of the Concept Card decks I noticed that you hid a set of generic card backs in the Urban Location deck. Why don't you drag that out and offer it separately?
(you could always add the file to each of the existing decks, but that would be a bit of work... ;) )

Also, for anyone interested, you can left-click on the picture in the top left, in this case the Concept Card picture, and get a nice big PNG to save and use as a card back. Do this for each of the individual decks to have a more customized deck back.
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Steve N March 09, 2018 7:56 am UTC
By the way, you don't actually need the back for the mixed deck above, those cards are in each of their own decks already, that was just my example...
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Steve N March 09, 2018 4:54 am UTC
Oh, one thing I was curious about: Down by the Secret, you have one or more plus or minus card suit icons. What do you mean them for?
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Steve N March 08, 2018 10:44 pm UTC
Well, I went ahead and picked up the rest of your Concept Cards!
I really like the ideas and versatility and though fantasy is not my forte, I shall incorporate them into a new campaign I'm going to start.
Any chance of seeing these offered as a PoD to print a deck of cards?

As for other genres, my current interest is the 1930s, gangsters, hardboiled detective noir, vintage low-powered supers, that sort of thing. I would love to see a deck of generic NPCs from that era!
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Stephen C March 09, 2018 3:21 pm UTC
We're currently in the process of kickstarting a Sci-Fi set, but once that's under way I'll take another look at getting Print on Demand set up for the US.

I notice however that you're London based? If so it seems likely you'd do well to pick up the currently printed cards from our ebay store (search: "Concept Cards - Decks of NPCs, Plots, Locations, Items and Monsters for RPGs") - or message us on Facebook :-)
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Steve N March 09, 2018 7:52 pm UTC
Cool! I'l be watching for that Kickstarter!

London?! No, sorry, I'm in Washington State, USA.
Though I'd love to visit London someday!

Oh, and while I have you here; When I went to print out the Character Deck (printing Actual Size) the cards came out the right size but the entire image is so low that I lose 1/16" off the bottom row of cards. This appears to be the same on every deck. I ended up printing at 99%.
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Stephen C March 09, 2018 9:52 pm UTC
Ah, the "Europe/London" by your post is saying what time zone it's listing things in.

And thank you for pointing out the printing problem - I'd completely forgotten about the fact that the US doesn't use A4 paper; at some future point we may well add additional templates for printing on Letter size paper.
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