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I have Cards Against Humanity with all the expansion packs that come with blank cards. I have some ideas for cards but there are so many I couldn't possibly remember/know all the ones that already exist. Is there a way to search if a card exists without having to manually look through every single card?

I tried the PDF on the website but it does not seem to have the expansion packs and it is not searchable.

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What prevents you from using CTRL-F to search through the PDF? –  atk Apr 7 at 10:40
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@atk I guess the cards are rendered as images and not text. Trying to search for a card I can see in the PDF says no results found. –  Fr33dan Apr 7 at 12:40

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You can use these URLs to see the current version of the cards directly from CAH:

These text files are updated frequently, whenever the base CAH set is updated.

For some expansions, .txt files also exist:

I wasn't able to turn up the white cards or other expansions through URL hacking.

There are also a couple of 3rd party sites and Github repos which have collected lists of the cards, both the main set and various expansions:

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BoardGameGeek.com seems to have a listing through expansion 3. You might be able to find more be going through the first couple pages of Google search results and second level links. This was found through the 3rd link in the search results.

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I found mention of that, but was nope not to have to register on a site just to get a list of cards. –  Fr33dan Apr 8 at 2:05

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