RPGs that use non-standard game cards
- Hans MessersmithCanada
OntarioYou wanna stay out with your fancy friends I'm tellin' you it's got to be the end (Don't bring me down, no no no no no) I'll tell you once more before I get off the floor (Don't bring me down)Don't bring me down, groos Don't bring me down, groos Don't bring me down, groos Don't bring me down
This geeklist is for games that...Recommend
a) use cards of some sort in their mechanics, and
b) these cards were originally designed for some other game or are used for some other game, but
c) are NOT standard playing cards (e.g. 52 cards, 4 suits) or tarot cards.
All of these games should be in Cards (Specialized), but are a small (maybe very small) subset of those games.
Examples of what to list here:
* games that use non-standard playing card decks (e.g. hanafuda, jass)
* games that use cards from some other game as part of their mechanics (e.g. Candy Land, Magic the Gathering)
I will also list games that use variations of standard playing card decks (e.g. pinochle, euchre) if those are specifically called out in the rules.
This was prompted by discovering Agents of Spectrum in the database, which makes use of the deck of cards from the children's game Candy Land.
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