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Eric T
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I am trying to make the Tikitavy's Fairy Tale deck using printer studio. Can anybody provide the exact types of cards and quantity for each one?

The problem I am having is the card counts don't make sense. The BGG description says


1 rule book
100 cards
84 colored cards (28 green cards, 28 orange cards, and 28 yellow cards)
7 cards with "*" notation (in each color)
4 cards with "*x3" notation (in each color)
4 cards with "1" notation (in each color)
5 cards with "3" notation (in each color)
5 cards with "6" notation (in each color)
1 card with "7" notation (in each color)
1 card with "8" notation (in each color)
1 card with "9" notation (in each color)
16 black cards
4 cards with "-1" notation
6 cards with "2" notation
2 cards with "5" notation
1 card with "6" notation
2 cards with "7" notation
1 card with "8" notation

When I look at the Tiki cards there are two types of "3" cards. In the red there is an "3" Elven Warrior and a "3" Fairy Queen. The BGG components list has 5 cards with the "3" notation..which ones do I use? There are other cards with different types as well

Any help would be appreciated.
 
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I have uploaded here an Excel file with a manifest of all the cards.

The basic Fairy Tale has 80 cards. The advanced rules add another 20 cards.

In the basic game, each of the three main colors has four card with value 3 (e.g., Elven Warrior). The advanced game adds one card with value 3 to each of those basic colors (e.g., Fairy Queen). The basic cards with value 3 and the advanced cards with value 3 are completely different in their function in the game. The only thing that they have in common (other than color) is that they are worth 3 points each at the end of the game.

Edit: added link to file page, which has now been approved.
 
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gillum wrote:
I just uploaded here an Excel file with a manifest of all the cards.

I will update this post with a link to it once BGG has approved my upload.

The basic Fairy Tale has 80 cards. The advanced rules add another 20 cards.

In the basic game, each of the three main colors has four card with value 3 (e.g., Elven Warrior). The advanced game adds one card with value 3 to each of those basic colors (e.g., Fairy Queen). The basic cards with value 3 and the advanced cards with value 3 are completely different in their function in the game. The only thing that they have in common (other than color) is that they are worth 3 points each at the end of the game.


Thanks...It's been awhile since I played. I just realized the upper right corner has a number. The top is a small number, the bottom is always 100. Hmmmm...100 cards in the deck....that has to be the total type of that specific card out of 100.

I am a dufus .....but the excel sheet would be nice

thanks
 
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Update: my uploaded file has been approved and is now available here.
 
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Is there a chance we can get the info on the new cards for the last reprint? I really appreciated your excel file in designing my own retheme.
Thanks!
 
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ovresmot wrote:
Is there a chance we can get the info on the new cards for the last reprint? I really appreciated your excel file in designing my own retheme.

I uploaded a new Excel file with the new cards.

It's with the original one at Fairy Tale Card Manifest.

Make sure to get the one dated May 8, 2014.
 
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